Happy Wednesday Girls! Hope you had a lovely February. I had the most hectic month so far, with so many weddings, family functions and traveling. I thought to dedicate today's style story to my love for indian attires : pure ethnic or contemporary indo-western.
This month onwards I am starting a special series : Wedding Wednesday where i'll share my style and some ideas for you to dress up for weddings
(whether you're attending or a bride yourself)
For those who know me personaly, know how much I love dressing up in indian outfits, I get so excited everytime I get a wedding invite, (hehe) 😅 😜 Honestly, I'm one of those girls who go mad planning everything, being a fashionista it's always a task to look your best when everyone you know is Uh-So-Stylish. I'm sure many of you can relate to me on this.
"Do I care what you think about my dress sense?"
Confession : YES!
Therefore, to save you all from such myseries, I have teamed up withwww.stage3.co for my debut post in the 'Wedding Wednesday' series.
STAGE 3 is an incredible platform where you can rent high end designer outfits at almost 10% of their original price, so now you don't have to burn a hole in your pocket to attend a friend's or a distant realtive wedding. All you have to do is log onto their website, select your outfit, give details and voila! get it at your door step.
This gorgeous asymmetrical embroidered jacket with ombre dhoti from Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika, is absolutely perfect for any festive occasion especially if you're attending a pre-wedding affair of a friend or a family member like a Sangeet Ceremony, where you want to look stylish, but don't want to spend too much or repeat any previously worn outfit.
I've styled this outfit with almost no accessories except this Maang-Teeka that I borrowed from my sister, I am wearing my favorite black heels from Forever 21 and a gold clutch.