Breaking the monotony…

How many times have you thought of looking different each time there is a function you have to attend? And what is the definition of different for you – is it wearing a different color Lehenga or a different color saree or maybe a churidar with a different pattern?

Let’s change the definition of different. For me ‘different’ means wearing something which defines me and that in which I am comfortable. Just because everyone is wearing a saree or a lehenga, it is not necessary for me to wear the same. Because I am not comfortable in those. By the end of the day, I don’t wanna feel exhausted.

Here is what I do:

  • Look for pants which are comfortable as well as traditional
  • Pair it up with a full sleeves or 3/4th sleeves plain t-shirt
  • Carry an ethnic dupatta over it and pin it up in a way that you don’t have to fidget with it
  • Jewellery: Either big earrings or a big neckpiece that stands out
  • Hair: Leave it open or tie it, whatever you are comfortable in
  • Make-up: Again, whatever you can breath in (not very heavy make-up)
  • Footwear: Pencil heels would look the best with this attire but if you are not comfortable with heels, go for ethnic ones, flats are fine (mojri, wedges)

This is something which turns all the eyes at you & there you are, all comfortable.

You can also email me your fashion and style tips that works best for you, which I can share on my website at fashion@diptik.in

 

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