05 October

Hi everybody !

Diwali is around the corner. Though there has been a great change in Diwali-Celebration-Scheme "(Crackers and get-together etc which have almost vanished ) since 2000's :D yet craze to stylize and be unique is till omnipresent... and is same for me..

Earlier, almost 1 month prior to Diwali, I used to start searching for something simple yet stylish and always used to end up buying lehengas or sarees ( yes, I love saree soo much)But this time i literally promised myself that, I wont be wasting much time on dress-hunt, plus I wont be wearing those basics and would definitely try something simple yet different, no matter what.

And to my surprise,  yesterday only whilst roaming in Lajpat Nagar i found this super cute boho kurta and the moment I saw it I knew, it would be going in my closet . I have a thing for Boho and Hippy styles. They kind of give me a very laid back and relaxed feelings.
A very boho-autumny kind of front open kurta that has certain style of petals allover ( I think this type of design has some name, but poor me, who is very bad at remembering names, so sorry :D) . 

Allover prints were again in style this year, all over instagram and tumblr accounts. So I went for this kurta. It was front-open with cutest buttons on earth. I kept lower lower portion opened , for a shrug look. The red borders very smartly accentuating the whole look of the kurta gave it a retro vibe and antique silver button hangings made it more boho and ethnic.

If you do not know I am short height-ed (Not that short :D but still proud ), so paired it with black heels from H n M.
Black Afgani pants are from Melange, which are so comfy that i cannot even tell.

To spice it up a little bit i added this choker from Forever 21 (Favourite store ever ♥). Its embellishments literally matched with the attachments of buttons (I dont know what to call them). Adding a choker can be little tricky sometimes, but usually round necks do well with 'em. 

For the makeup part, as its not that autumn-ish here in delhi yet, so I kept it simple. I used, little bit of foundation from Maybelline, Brick-red eye shadow from Inglot, Bronzer from Nyx, Mascara from Maybelline and last but not the least, the very authentic SIN from Mac and voila, i was done.

And as a piece of suggestion, no better place to buy earings, than Sarojini Nagar. This silver piece literally costed me nothing yet literally is gleaming up the whole look.

And reflectors are for fun (from H n M ), don't worry, I will be wearing them only during day time (and may be in evening while burning diyas and some crackers ;))

Putting together this outfit was fun and above all, this did not bring drought to my pocket :D. Hopefully I will be wearing this on Diwali only for day outings like going to my family and friends

 I am not sure if you can find exact similar kurta in Lajpatpat Nagar, but you can find something-like this for sure. Adding some itsy bitsy pieces to your simple outfit can make it look quite interesting and ostentatious.

What are your plans for this Diwali ?

Also for more pics head over to my Insta stories :D

A very Happy and prosperous Diwali in advance to all of you :) 

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