It’s a while since I posted something from my wardrobe. My latest inspiration was none other than the charming lady of Bollywood Anushka Sharma. Trust me, I don’t copy her. She is just one of the actresses I follow for her acting skills & super cool attitude in movies. Anushka is back with her latest release Phillauri.
Anushka Sharma movie Phillauri has released yesterday & getting good reviews. You can read movies review at Phillauri Review. The idea is brilliant since I have not seen such beautiful & friendly ghost in my life. Philauri is the story of a female ghost of Phillaur village Punjab.
Alright, my today’s story is about my wardrobe inspired by Phillauri Punjab look. I love Punjab anyways for it’s food, farms & fashion. Punjab is soothing in all ways though I am from Haryana. There is always science behind Indian rituals.
My cousins engagement function & as always I was unprepared. The moment I turned my TV on, there was this clips of Phillauri movie trailer where Shashi-the ghost is talking to Kanan. And, I decided to wear my old skirt I bought 10 years back to fuse with my kurta which I bought from Shoppers-stop India. Women in Punjab & Haryana used to wear long skirts in daily lifestyle & dancing with that swirl must be enchanting then.
Rest of the story, we will describe with pictures. I have used my iphone for the pictures since I did not click for commercial purpose & posting it now on special request from friends. I am sure quality of the pictures will not bug you much.
Minimal is the trend of fashion worldwide. Since it was a day-time occasion with family, I had to add little crisp of Indian colors. This net dupatta with gota lace was perfect match with kurta & my outfit was ready for the day.
I have avoided wearing heels to keep my dancing moves easy. There is a secret tip for tall girls that, prefer flat footwear’s for family functions if you love dancing else you will end up with swelled feet.
Earnings are gifted by my sister which I used finally with my today’s outfit. These earring Chandbali are already in my top list to go since they are very light & extremely beautiful. You can use stone Bindi’s as nose pin if your nose is not pierced like mine. Keep it natural beauty if it’s a sunny day.
Chandbali’s are traditional Indian jewelry loved by modern ladies now. Wearing Ghaghra with kurta is such pleasant appeal.
A simple watch is one single accessory never goes fail for any outfit I wear. Yellow is my love always. Orange Dupatta adds a little more to the spark of the entire look with yellow kurta.
Traditional Punjab dressing is- wearing long kurta’s with skirts (Ghaghra) & jutti’s. You can choose your jutti’s according to your color choices.
I am not a heavy make-up person since it gives a tiresome look in short period of time. I tried orange lipstick shade from Faceshop & Lakme eye liner without wink.