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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Festive Indian Outfit by Bhumika Sharma

Today's post is a little different from my usual posts because I decided to feature this gorgeous Indian outfit by Bhumika Sharma. I wanted to wear in Indian outfit for this post for two reasons. The first reason being that Diwali is this Sunday (Diwali is the festival of light and signifies the victory of good over evil and is one of the biggest Indian festivals of the year). The second reason is that wedding season in India is in full swing so I thought this would be a good example of an outfit that can be worn if you are a guest at a wedding.

I think this outfit would be great for either Diwali or an Indian wedding because it's so comfortable and easy to wear. Now, if you're Indian, you know that Diwali functions and Indian weddings call for lots of dancing and this outfit is perfect for that. It's so flowy, lightweight, and easy to manage that you won't have any trouble dancing the night away in it. Some traditional Indian outfits can be heavy and wearing them for long periods of time can be a full-on cardio session. It's also hard to find intricate and elegant details in an outfit that's more on the lighter side. However, the outfit I'm wearing in this post is not only lightweight but also features absolutely breathtaking embroidery that really ups the glam factor of the overall look without compromising comfort.

I wore this outfit in two ways. In one look, I paired it with a tikka, which is an Indian headpiece, and in the other look, I decided to wear it without the tikka, to show how it can be worn in a more casual way as well. The versatility of this outfit is yet another reason why I love it so much.

I ordered this outfit and the tikka from Pernia's Pop-Up Shop which is an online fashion store (based in Mumbai, India) that offers a hugeeee variety of Indian outfits and accessories made by top designers in India. I highly recommend that you check it out if you're looking for an Indian outfit to wear for any occasion!

Happy Diwali to all who celebrate!

Ciao!
-Ravenna













Tikka: Pernia's Pop-Up Shop (sold out)
similar here 
Shoes: Fab India







8 comments:

  1. I dont know if I can say "happy belated Diwali"... but I do hope you have a great time on the festival of lights! Great outfit!!! love it!
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    1. Thank you! You can definitely wish a happy belated Diwali! :)

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