As you know, the whole idea behind this series was to break the norm of wearing blingy & OTT outfits to wedding functions, create looks that are affordable and basically, to add a #revived piece from my mom’s closet.
So coming to the mehendi look, I decided to go monotone this time & picked this unconventional kurta set from The Loom. Made using Khadi Cotton, the asymmetrical kurta paired up with palazzo, with intricate quilt detailing at the hem was a light & effortless choice to manage all the hustle-bustle of the occasion!
Carrying a dupatta with henna on your hands become a task for many & you either end up pinning it up or opting for an outfit that doesn’t involve one. I did not want either of the above options, so I decided to go the belted way! This beautiful phulkari embroidered dupatta is one of my mom’s treasured possession & it ended up being a perfect match to my attire.
Added dainty gold elements in the form of an intricately detailed maangtikka & a nosepin! Middle part with bangs pulled back, easy hairdo & a hint of purple over the lips before heading out.
A little about the brand || The Loom aims at bringing together beautiful Indian handcrafted products directly from the artisans from all over India for those who want outfits with a eclectic vibe. We, Indians love celebrations, therefore the brand makes sure that they incorporate an element of celebration in their designs, striking a perfect balance between subtle and statement!
Kurta Set – The Loom | Dupatta – Borrowed from Mom | Maangtikka – Tribe by Amrapali
The last look of this series is coming soon. Stay tuned!
Much Love :*