HEAL THIS HOLI : EMBRACE ITS HUES & ESSENCE!

NAMASKAAR🙏🏻

By the time you read this blog or this blog post reaches you, you would have already played with myriad of colours and enjoyed Holi with your friends and family in full fervour or, must be dealing with the  hilarious and tedious  aftermath of the celebration!! As in, trying to rinse yourself off colours, marks, stains and what not and not to forget,  the content tiredness and fuller tummies after the “H” Day!!!


It was an intentional decision! The decision to write the blog on the very day of Holi. You want to know why ?! Well, i wanted to bring to you all my thoughts and emotions and of-course, all the glimpses of my day, exactly the way this Holi brought to me. I have had a very ebb-tide; love-sulk kind of a relation with this festival. Holi & Me, we have seen our bad days; we have never hated each other but there have been few years in the past where we have not been best of the friends either! So, yes, i wanted to feel where do we stand in each other’s lives this day, and when we come face to face what would it be like!

So, here iam happily tired, bathed and washed, in my bed with a hot cuppa and writing! And yes, you got it right, hell yeah its a good news! Me and Holi are great friends this year and I intend to make it last this, for lifetime.

Indeed, Holi is the greatest festival celebrated all across our Bharat!And with what Love, what enthusiasm and eagerness! Children, youngster and elderlies all wait in all earnestness and prepare in advance for this special day. Whether food, music, decor, dance or laughter, Holi makes us unlock all our darkrooms and fills them with colours and enlightenment. We embrace our selves and others leaving all barriers and bitterness behind in true spirits of our traditions.

And why not!

If I rewind my life and look  back, i feel that childhood years were the years when i used to be most keen, excited and happy to celebrate the festival of Holi. In fact, this must be the case in almost everyone’s life. We were naive, innocent, carefree and so spirited back then. The only motive at that time used to be to ‘make the most out of the moment‘; to quench the thirst for sheer fun, total happiness and  tons of laughter. I fondly remember that how we used go around our colonies in groups with bucket full of balloons and colours in our “thaila’s” along with sweets and water to drink and whole day, all boys and girls, would gang up and play Holi and would sit  under mulberry trees singing and dancing  till our eyes literally would shut out of exhaustion and our parents came looking for us. Our holi celebrations would go on for days till atleast our colour and balloon supplies exhausted. Those were the days!


Never once, we felt conscious, vary or insecure of our surroundings or scared of the people around us.

But today i pondered and pondered  as to  What  changed over the years?! Holi still comes every year and is celebrated with same gaitey all over the country and brings showers of colour and happiness in everyone’s life. People forget all hatred, ill-will, malice and forgive and forget and hug it all out!

Like me, many of my girlfriends too became reluctant and sulky over the years and started participating less in the festivity and each one of us every time when asked; had some or the other reason or  excuse as to “i hate gulaal“; “im allergic to colours“; “i have sensitive skin or sun rashes” or what not!

Literally, there came a sort of phase in my life when my mind accepted for a fact that “I Hate playing Holi . Period”. But never until recently did i ask myself Why?


Well, actually this self introspection and hunting deep down my soul’s recesses is the result of so many episodes i keep listening to these days. Especially a week ahead of Holi, messages and initiatives like #buramanungiholihai #holikenaampebatmeezinhi #nomeansno ….and gross and shocking news of girls being attacked with semen filled balloons; molestation etc… stirred some cord inside and got me thinking and talking to many of my girl friends, children etc.


Today’s Woman sure knows to voice her heart out and why not its her prerogative, rather anything and everything that bothers our psyche, weighs down our heart, or  threatens to take away our rights, should be

VOICED OUT AND HEARD.

Yes, why should on the name of celebrations or under pretext of a festival or anytime in general, we should be harassed, bullied, cajoled or made to feel discomforted. Whether through eyes; lewd remarks; or physical touch or persuasion or, even to tolerate an unfriendly or overfriendly company.

We grew upto a time when we girls even if we felt hurt or witnessed misappropriation or cheap behaviour, we avoided the situation or preferred to keep it all locked up inside us rather than voice it out, let alone stand against it.


Now that we have found our voice and have overcome our own inner dilemmas we reassess our decisions and inner mental blocks . Atleast i did!

Yes, many a times me and millions like me have witnessed, tolerated; or succumbed to ABUSE of any kind, ON THE NAME OF FESTIVITY, especially during Holi as is the nature of the festival that allows people to come near you,sometimes ,out of your comfort zone.

So, much so that i can vouch most of us women have faced abuse in one way or the other, at times like these and acts of groping, molestation attempt or even verbal attacks have left a scar in the minds of many. These unhappy, uncomfortable memories when don’t find a way of expression, they rather become a bitter boulder somewhere deep down inside; a colourless void or a sour wound.

And knowingly or unknowingly, we find reasons to blame, hide or shy away . I feel this is one of the major reasons that incidents like these subconsciously, lead to staying away from such a beautiful, colourful festival of life.

Few such bitter memories did leave some dark impact on my psyche too and rather unknowingly, i started excusing myself from this festival, Up until a few years ago…. hesitantly i made progress with baby steps towards this festivity and started to let go.

Let Go! Well, yes today on this festive day i sit down to write because I Marvel and I SUPPORT and I SALUTE The WOMEN WE HAVE COME TO BE! WE RECLAIM OUR VOICES AND WE STAND UNITED !

But even more so, I INVITE !

I invite mothers, sisters, daughters and friends! I invite you to let go! Let go all that’s locked inside; lift that boulder; open that window of your soul; revisit your scars; your demons and don’t you bury them….. find your way; any which way you choose and Let Go and Heal !  Heal and Celebrate ! Celebrate Holi ,Celebrate Life! Burn the demons in the pious agni  altar of Holika dehan and purge yourself off the burden and set yourself free.


Its Time! The Time is Now! This World is a beautiful place and One life is all, we have to celebrate! We can’t wait for this place to be the safest heaven, nothing is nothing can ever be! But We Have The Power, The power to live life; The power to heal ! The power to create a safe and strong Mind, Body and Soul!

I Have allowed myself to heal over the years and i feel this Holi I Have Healed completely! No more dark demons!

I played to my heart’s content; i celebrated with my loved ones; i enjoyed the best possible way i knew; just the way i wanted to, in the comfort of relationships; danced; ate and made merry and of course, clicked tons of pictures and sealed new, happy memories in my life and forever!


Well, a note to the perverted few of the world! Don’t try to take undue advantage of our civility; cause NO CERTAINLY MEANS NO! You want to celebrate, well celebrate with ones willing to reciprocate;on the name of festivity you cannot claim proximities which are well beyond your limits! Don’t think we can’t show you doors!or chains or handcuffs, keep imagining!


And warm hug to the amazing  men in my life! Thankyou for being the sunshines of my life, World sure seems a rainbow 🌈 full of promises of a colourful festive  life!

Till Next Time ! Holi Hai !!! Rang Barse!! Always in your lives!

Chao! For now!

much love XOXO! Vashi / That PashminaGirl💋

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Pee Buddy Review

💁HEY LOVELIES!

So, I’m back with a blog post!! This time its a collaboration for a Review!

The product under review is PEE-BUDDY  by PeeBuddyIndia.

I chose this collaboration in keeping with my endeavour to bring in brands, products or topics that are organic in their essence, conscious in their branding, sustainable and revolutionary and contributory to humane side of the Mankind. This brand is all this and more.

👉PEE-BUDDY ‘GIRL’S BEST FRIEND FOR UNFRIENDLY TOILETS’!!

This very first tag line got me curious and I jumped on the opportunity to review it!

WELL! You only tell me which girl wouldn’t? And hence, the collaboration.

PEE-BUDDY! GIRL’S BEST FRIEND

🤓Do you remember the school picnic days? the excursions? the college tours, the hiking, competition trips or matches trips?

AND now the weekend getaways, road tripping, travel plans, bus hopping, mall shopping?

Well that’s  a truth when we say all these memories and events lead to so much fun and happiness but I’m talking about that one thing that’s common in all of these and is not a happy or fun memory !!?

LURKING FEAR!

How can we forget ladies?! The worst part and the first thing that comes to our mind, at least my mind  for sure, is the thought of  having to use a PUBLIC TOILET!

EWWW AND YIKES!! ARE MY FIRST REACTIONS TO THIS THOUGHT!

WOMEN WOES!! WHILE TRAVELS OR IN PUBLIC PLACES!

We women have been facing this grave issue of going out of our homes for work or leisure and dealing with unhygienic, dirty, smelly, stinky public toilets since ages!

Every time I have to go out for more than few hours, I cringe at the thought, “What if, I have to use a public loo? “All my growing up years, this thought has always bothered and disturbed my happy trips somewhere or the other. I have seen many of my friends and classmates often cancelling their outdoor plans and trips for fear of this. This fear lurks at the  back of my mind, still whenever I plan something.

The unfriendly public toilets with a lack of hygiene, dirty, unkempt, uncleaned,  unwashed and multiple-used not only make us sick  but  threaten of  contracting various infections and specially UTIs !!

FEAR OF UTIs AND INFECTIONS, UNHYGIENIC UNFRIENDLY TOILETS!

Many a times when the situation is exigent and I have been forced to try out a public loo; I have entered them  with restraint but the next moment I have seen myself running out without using one! But holding onto a full bladder is equally unhealthy !

STRANDED! AND OPTION-LESS!

India as a country has developed manifolds and reached many milestones in the past century and I am a proud citizen. Many programs, schemes and movements have been initiated and are being followed for the upkeep of nation’s hygiene, health and public areas in general. But as a woman I still feel that we women have to compromise a lot in terms of hygiene and sanitation.


Why Pee Buddy??

I think all the females reading this would relate to this women-woe and must have faced this problem many times and this is my reason to review this product all the more. I wanted to try this product myself to see if it is actually the buddy it claims to be? and if yes, then I would really want to spread the word and sensitise and educate my women tribe to ‘Say no to dirty toilets’! ‘No to UTIs and ‘To lets talk hygiene!’.

This weekend I finally got a chance to try this product and review it on the weekend travel getaway! And to my wonder of wonders I thoroughly enjoyed my road trip without any moment of a worry at the back of my mind! All thanks to my new buddy PEE-BUDDY!

Already recommended to my friends and fellow travellers and was amazed to see their reactions and hear their personal incidents on this front!

So, let me brief you guys on the product and write my detailed review as well. This product PEE-BUDDY as the name suggests helps us girls to ease the process of peeing in public toilets. Be it anywhere from restaurants, malls, hospitals to road, rail, airport travels.

👉Its INDIA’S first ‘FEMALE URINATION DEVICE’!

That gives females the FREEDOM TO STAND UP AND PEE in advent of dirty, unfriendly toilets.

A BUDDY, A SAVIOUR!

Talking of Freedom, this device is no less than revolutionary movement that gives us women freedom from a major women woe and is a step towards safe, hygienic world for women.

So, this device basically comes in a biodegradable envelope that contains a  one time  usage funnel/ strip, which is made of a coated waterproof paper  that can easily be disposed off in dustbin after usage. M.R.P of single funnel is 💰Rs.30/- only.

Its an easy to carry everywhere, hassle free device which can be opened and easily placed and then thrown after usage. The directions to use are clearly depicted on the envelope.

Trust me ladies’ I found this device an answer to my problems, especially that of contracting a UTI! It is also a boon to the ladies with joint pain, arthritis or patients and even pregnant ladies as it allows us to stand and pee without any worry.

TRAVEL IN COMFORT AND HYGIENE!

Its  a very positive review from my side. I’m going  to stock these right up and I’m sure you will also give this device a try and definitely bring it into your travel lifestyle.

As, its high time we should say No to unhygienic toilets! Why should we suffer when the saviour PEE-BUDDY is here. So, lets make it a companion for life and travel in comfort, style and hygiene all the time.

ALSO, word for all my 🤷‍♂️GENTLEMEN readers, if you chance upon my blog post then do read this with interest and help and inspire the women in your life to adopt and adapt this product in their lives for better and easy hygiene and comfort .

LETS SAY NO TO DIRTY TOILETS! YES, TO FREEDOM!

FOR ALL YOU LADIES LOOKING TO BUY THESE. THE LINK IS GIVEN HERE:

Go to the website www.peebuddy.in

Also, upon using my unique collaboration code ” PBPASHMINAGIRL” ,

You will get a 5% discount. SO, HURRY! GRAB THE OFFER!!

👆THIS OFFER IS VALID FOR TWO MONTHS FROM NOW!

P.S.  Do check their all female comfort range of products as well. I’m looking forward to reviewing them as well.

AND If you try these, don’t forget to comment and give your feedbacks to both  PASHMINA GIRL + PEE-BUDDY INDIA, on this blog and all  our social media platforms  (Instagram + Facebook + Twitter etc)

Well, that’s a wrap from my side on this blog post! Chao for now!

I WILL BE EAGERLY WAITING TO HEAR FROM YOU IN THE COMMENT SECTIONS. DON’T FORGET TO LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, SHARE AND COMMENT!!

MUCH LOVE XOXO!!! THAT PASHMINAGIRL!💁

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Celebrate the Goddess within You

Hi Readers !!

WAITING TO KICK START THE BLOG !

I’m back with my second blog post. This post is a celebration of the soul of Womanhood and so is the fashion and styling that I have woven into this post. For me a Soul is WHITE… Pure, Serene and Angelic. and my soul has  something to say to you.

Let yourself free for some moments in your life. STOP! Stop doing whatever important work that you are doing. Loosen Up! Take a break. BREATHE! Breathe deep. Shun away all the chores, world’s burdens, duties and responsibilities and all the turmoils and chaos.

HEY YOU! YES YOU WOMAN !

Just few moments for yourself. Only few… I promise!

Stand in front of the mirror. Devote a minute. No, don’t hurry, stay there for a while please.
When was the last time you actually took time out to gaze into your reflection for longer than a few seconds? I’m not talking about mechanically getting ready for work; or to hurriedly dress up before entering the kitchen or to put on make-up for an obligatory party. No! What I meant was when did you spare sometime out; out of love for yourself or to admire your beauty at leisure, to see those features; those worldly wise eyes; that crooked smile, that impish nose; those new found wrinkles and that grey speck in the hair.

Come let’s admire together… God’s Strongest and most magical creation.

Keep looking into the mirror and connect with your reflection. Admire her beauty, give her a well-deserved grin. Feel you are passing through the epidermal layers of your body and reach out to the Goddess that resides within.

She is residing inside of you. Crammed-up & locked in some lonely, deep, dark dungeon of an ancient Haveli in your heart, that was once lit with laughter of a young, bratty, carefree little girl. Today, no-one visits her. She is buried under the pile of worldly worries, duties & responsibilities that crowds your head-space today.

She is covered in the black residual angst of the busy, burdened heart but her fairy duststill sparkles from places beneath the soot.

She is unmistakably sad !!!
Sad, not because she is wronged or lacks the will to stand out or has seen only dark times. She is sad because she is forgotten! She is sad because that little girl who was once her friend has not visited her since long. That girl has grown up to be a Woman and has a world of her own.
In the fight to reach afar; to meet her responsibilities and never ending duties; in the race to be what is expected out of her and keeping everyone happy. She has no time for the Goddess within her. Slowly the goddess is dying, she’s calling out… calling out to, her only friend.

So have you looked into the mirror enough? Keep looking till the time you find that Girl-Woman.

Now that you have found both, understand they both reside inside you. Both are your reflections. All that, the Goddess inside you needs is a little of your time and love. She is the one who instills the aura in your persona and uniqueness in your being. Do not forget! She has been there all along; when you got scared at that extempore competition but still won; when you were banned to dance but you danced your heart out nevertheless; when you dreamily gave that speech on your farewell and talked about your dreams and desires, some still unfulfilled; when the chubby you joined the football team and everyone laughed. She was there when you first wore a saree which looked more like a lungi and even when you cooked your first half-burnt meal.

NO TIME FOR HER!

She is the one, the Goddess in you, the magic in you, who never lets you back down. She is the one who gave you that wand and the invisible crown and fairy dust in your hand. You went on to become the best possible self of you, a self you loved, a self who has perfected the art of wearing a saree; cooking a perfect meal and giving the best speeches ever.

Today, you are adept at all the worldly things and more. Yet the Goddess cries.
She cries for those days when you used to revel in your own self, never bothered about what anyone said or criticised. She yearns for those leisurely, fun-filled days when you used to do as you pleased; picked up what you fancied; said what you felt; with absolutely no care about what the world said and expected out of you.

She wants your love, your admiration, your adulation. She wants you to cut yourself some slack. She wants you to judge yourself a little less. She wants you to flaunt your self just the way you are. Whatever Shape, whatever Size, whatever Age, whatever Colour, whatever Height. She wants you not to constantly nudge & torture yourself into the race of being the best mother, best wife, best daughter, best sister. She wants you to rid yourself from the worry of these called tags of ‘a working selfish woman’ or an aimless ‘identity ridden homemaker’. More so, of being called a ‘man -eater widow’; ‘a lusty cougar’ or a ‘gold-digger’.

She wants you not to succumb to ever changing worldly beauty standards and feel a mis-fit in the world where everyone is judged; some called ‘blonde bimbettes’ or ‘sexy brunettes’; ‘size zeroes’ and ‘fat hoes’.To not follow fashion fads; or trends blindly; to not go by rules someone else made;to not order a pizza if you preferred dal- chawal; to not be a party animal out of obligation; to not judge or bitch about fellow sisters to be a part of any mighty social group; to not put on makeup if that’s not your style.

Rather, say what you feel; eat what you please; wear what you fancy; do what your heart tells you not your age, people or their social status.

She wants you to revel in the divinity of your Womanhood; to keep the Goddess alive. Shower her sparkly dust to everything you touch. She wants you to let the little girl live inside of the Woman you are now. To take pride in your likes & dislikes. To take time out for your own self and the little joys of life even if its for a few moments in a day.Whether its reading or music; laughing with friends over a cup of tea; shopping or dancing in the rain; staying in your pyjamas and torn- tees; whatever that makes your inner Goddess happy and thriving.

Coming to the outfit and styling part of the blog, ITS BEEN STYLED FOR ALL THE GODDESSES OUT THERE.
The dress i picked up for this post’s shoot is a basic cream-white, soft, crinkled woven cotton skater dress; it has a delicate lace detailing, bell-sleeves and cold shoulder. Its from the brand STALK BUY LOVE and is named Alabaster dress.

This outfit was love at first sight; even though i had pledged not to go for anymore whites; couldn’t resist! Guilty as charged! I have a thing for whites; i feel a little more of myself wearing it. This dress is comfortable and easy breezy and brings out the inner GODDESS in me; happy, dancing and confident in her skin. As much as this outfit goes by what’s trending, in terms of sleeves and cuts; i went in for this one because of the fabric, silhouette and colour. My perfect go-to outfit for summers, monsoons and fall.

My LWD-little white dress has become a wardrobe essential as it can be used and styled in multiple ways; It can be a perfect comfy travel outfit or can be worn for a brunch or an evening party. It can be highlighted with accessories and you’ll be good to go for an event.

For the first look i have teamed the outfit with just a white-floral tiara; for that angelic look; in dedication to today’s topic.

THE GODDESS IN YOU!!
REVEL IN YOUR DIVINITY

For the second look i have paired the dress with a quirky shirt and a broad tanned belt at the waist and tanned comfy pom-pom tie-up flats; perfect for travel; coffee date with friends; shopping or hopping places; a tanned travel bag is used to highlight the look at places.

KILLING IT IN SOME TRAVEL READY OOMPH!!
SOME AIRPORT KILLER STYLE STATEMENT MAYBE!!
TRAVEL HOPPING IN STYLE
TOO TRAVEL TIRED TO CHANGE FOR THE NEXT EVENT.?

The third look that i have styled is by using a floral, printed pure-chiffon dupatta with the dress, tied around the waist with a tanned belt and some black bangles just to add to the look and you are good to hop from an airport look to a party look!! (the outfit is too comfy to change, better style it up a notch and attend the party!)

BLACK BANGLES & SOME CURLY ENTANGLES
THE EXTRA MILE IN STYLE
SASS IT UP A NOTCH AND PARTY!!
WITH THE INVISBLE WAND,THE CROWN SPREADING SPARKLING DUST AROUND!

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💃🏻OUTFIT DETAILS

DRESS : Stalk Buy Love #babesofsbl
SHIRT : Sarnam Quirk Store, Bangalore
DUPATTA : My Jammu Wardrobe
BELT : Colaba, Causeway
SANDALS : Westside Stores
BAG : Pelle / www.pelle.in
TIARA : Monica Store, Jammu
BANGLES : Colaba

💄MAKE UP DEETS :

Nude natural look using Maybelline NewYork, The Nudes Eye Shadow Pallete.
BASE: L’Oreal True Match BB Cream & Concealor; Lakme Highlighter & Revlon Photo ready Compact
MASCARA: Diana of London
Eyebrow Pencil: Diana of London
💋On the Lips: Amway Coffee Shade
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So, that’s a wrap on this blog post!
Hope, you liked what i created and the write up as well!
Do 🗣comment and ✍🏿write about your feelings on this one.
I’m waiting to read your valuable suggestions.

CHAO! UNTIL NEXT TIME! 💁XOXO!!

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Wearing my Mother’s Touch

Namastey !!

My first blog post ! I have all the feelings juxtaposed inside of me. I’m a nervous wreck but super happy and hopeful as this feels like my calling! I thought and thought time and again, tore many a pages from my diary. What should I write about in my first blog? Would it be impressive enough? Am I doing justice to the shoots? I’m already joining the band wagon pretty late! Will today’s learned readers have time & love for my work in their busy lives? In today’s fleeting world, will I have few loyal critics. All this was messing my head ,so I closed the diary, shut down the computer & went out for a stroll to clear my head. A breath of fresh air did real good to me. A sense of calm achieved, I realised that the first thing that brought me to setup my own blog was to have a place where I can be unapologetically me. I wanted to share my persona in the truest sense with the like-minded people. Then why these doubts? They have no place in mind.

So, here I am, pretty confident & transparent with my first fashion blog post. I bring to you what comes easily to me.

My momma has been the benchmark I always wanted to achieve. I’m her shadow and that’s who I want to be. So, the first garment I wanted to style on my blog

1. had to be something from my momma & my mommyland,
2. had to be a piece with Indian hand-work,
3. had to tell a story,
4. had to be my most favourite one,
5. had to be a style that reflected my persona.

So, I chose a Saree; my quintessential go-to traditional outfit forever. This one is a Kashmiri Pure Chinon fabric, a must-have in all wardrobes and trousseau’s of J&K women. A bottle green six yards of sheer elegance with mukaish hand-work (fardi, badla work of shiny dots on the fabric, though nawabi, lucknowi art form but zealously pursued in J&K), perfect for this season, neither too heavy nor too casual.

Currently my favourite and most prized possession, I had thrown a huge tantrum back then when momma gave me the news that she had given a Saree for dyeing and hand-work and that one day it would be a part of my wedding trousseau. I don’t know what got over me and I started finding faults with the choice of colour, work and the fact that if it was for me, then, I should have been the one to choose. To my surprise, when the final product arrived in my momma’s hand, and she unveiled it, I was AMAZED!! It was the perfect shade of green I liked, perfect amount of work and an easy-breezy light weight fabric. Nevertheless, I had to maintain my annoyed-daughter-face, and still looked for excuses to not approve of the Saree. Why do you think I was behaving the way I Was?

I tried to hurt my momma’s emotions that day of which I repent till date. I thought many a times then, that why I behaved the way I behaved. A teenage girl wouldn’t understand the complexities of her own growing self but today, that girl is a woman; her reflections more clearer, her emotions more sorted. Today I understand that the fact that, the word wedding trousseau triggered many unknown emotions inside me that day. The first one being, my momma is going to give me away one day. Rest were all excuses.

So folks, I have styled this important piece of my life in two ways.

First, I have styled this Saree with a plain magenta raw silk choli/crop-top; with an intention to make the look not so heavy and to let the Saree do all the talking. I embellished this look with silver metallic jewellery; a chunky peacock neck-piece, and lotus jhumkis. A smokey blackish-green eye makeup and pink lips; and let my hair the most natural way I keep. Also, for the cover shoot of my blog i styled this same look with a gorgeous pink and white double-shade stole of kasmiri aari work from my collection.

Saree with a plain magenta raw silk choli/crop-top
Teamed with silver peacock neck piece and lotus jhumkis
Silver lotus jhumkis. Sheer love
And that mole… my heart on my cheek

My second look comprises of the same Saree paired with a very quirky, trendy, urban white off-shoulders, bell-sleeved top with my most favourite mangoes print on it (mango being the king flavour of the season).

I embellished this bold look with a gorgeous metallic belt (my favourite accessory in my wardrobe) and continued to team it with the lotus jhumkis.I tied my hair in a basic bun and a satin clutch sling to complete the look.

Saree paired with a quirky, trendy, urban white off-shoulders, bell-sleeved top
Quirky mango print off-shoulder top paired with the Saree
Sealed the look with a silver metallic belt and green satin clutch
Drool-worthy green heels to slay the look

OUTFIT CREDITS:

Magenta Raw Silk Crop Top/Choli : Kainaat Studios Jaipur
Mango Print Off Shoulders : Myntra
Saree : My Personal Wardrobe Collection
Footwear : Catwalk
Jewellery : Silver Palace Mumbai

Please drop your comments and suggestions about my post and the styling. It would mean a lot. Let me know if you would like to read more such stories on my blog.

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