As the caption says it all, this post is about why can’t we wear white during festivals or any other auspicious events. This idea to create this post struck my mind when I went to choose an attire for the festive season and while I was shortlisting these two, my mom exclaimed that am I planning to wear white on Diwali? and I was like, why not!
While others choose outfits in a vivid color palette or metallic tones, wearing white will not just make you stand out but will also break the monotony of colorful outfits year after year. The main objective is to defy the notion about certain colors not suppose to be worn for festivities. Go ahead, and break that mould by styling it right!
For this look I paired a pristine white pintuck kurta along with a midi skirt with hints of gold & a sleek red border. Added a red & white striped stole & ethereal earrings with miniature pearl drops.
Lastly a low bun adorned with marigold flowers. Because a jasmine gajra is too mainstream!
Kurta, Skirt – FBB (Fashion Big Bazaar) | Earrings – Earth, Wind and Fire Jewellery | Stole – Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary
Shot for the first time at night and trust me it was not easy. After ‘n’ no. of failed attempts we could manage this. Hope you all liked it.
Wishing you a very Happy Diwali!!
Much love :*