For this post, I have created two looks from my all time favourite brand. The two looks that you can adorn if you want to ditch ethnic wear but still can compliment festival mood. The touch, the feel, the design and the quality bespoke itself for Label Ritu Kumar. The prints and fabrics are in accordance with the aura of being comfortable in what you wear. Here is a short video from where you can have an impression of what the whole collection from Label Ritu Kumar is all about – Click Here. The prints and tones are subtle yet they boldly speaks of an occasion. You can shop all these pieces from Ritu Kumar store at DLF Promenade, Delhi.
To compliment these outfits I paired the jewellery from House of Tuhina. Why to always carry bling accessories and walk the road, it’s the time that we hug these hand made jewellery that looks elegant, sophisticated, raw and luckily match up with most of the outfits. What’s best to own a statement piece that can do wonders with ethinc, western, boho and many other looks.
I guess, you would have seen my last post around festivities, specially focused over card parties. If not, then you can click here. As Diwali is around the corner and luckily it’s in mid week, as the week-ends are spared and we would be getting more days off from work than expected. 🙂
We all have heard now and then that we should not support crackers or we should not burn or light them as it causes pollution. Well, Diwali was celebrated when Lord Rama came back from 14 years of vanvas. His friends and family celebrated that day by lighting candles, treating their neighbours and celebrating the homecoming of their lord. It is said they did not light crackers, because it was not a festival of noise but of lights. But when it comes to the present times, no matter how much pollution these crackers create, people still burn them. We cannot change the fact of burning crackers on Diwali and I guess, we should stick to it. What should we do instead is to spread knowledge of safe and happy Diwali, we should talk about celebrations in the manner that no harm is done to anyone. A Diwali, where if anyone wants to light crackers, they should but limiting themselves when it come to numbers. I guess, that’s the only way we all can live as a happy family.
I paired both the outfits with Forever 21 boots. Just to show you, how lovely and versatile these pair of beauties are. You can also pair these outfits with block heels. Try to avoid flats, though it would not loo bad at all but heels would just enhance each part of it.