When prepping up for Mehendi, yellow and greens are my personal favourite. Generally you don’t find mint greens in lehengas so when I found this one from Saumya and Bhavini Modi, I thought why not to style it the way I would want to dress up for my best friend’s mehendi function. This pink and and mint green combination that is not yet common, is totally worth the effort.
Though on personal front I prefer to wear lehenga with a dupatta but as you can also wear it as a crop top and skirt, as the designer speaks, I though to give it a try and well, I loved it.
To glam up the full look, wear it with loads of bangles and a heavy dangler. Though you can even pair it up with a mattha tika to look on a traditional side but to be honest that can kill the vibe of this outfit. As even though it’s originated from Indian background but it has a touch of modernity. So I would prefer good heavy loop earrings and lots of bangles than any other jewellery.
She stomped into his dreams with a winged liner looking oh-so perfect, she moved above him with her eyes look right at his heart. She knew she was the only one in it but that doesn’t really satisfied her. She always wanted more, more of everything as how can she settle in less when her love has crossed all boundaries. One day he said, that he love her endlessly but was that enough? Even though her crazy heart said no, her mind shushed her. She knew they wore those mad couples who don’t show love but inwardly can hardly be without each other. Love is not really what you think it is, everyone has different ways of expressing it but that doesn’t mean that your counterpart loves you a little less.