The ‘desi’ in me is always looking forward to some Indian wear. Every time I wear an Indian outfit, it instantly connects me to my culture. Here in Colorado, winters are harsh. So the best time to enjoy Indian clothes is summer season, early autumn and late spring. Traditional Indian clothing is not cut out for brutal winters.
The Indian fabrics, prints and textures have a different charm and feel to them. I mean what’s not to like about them?? It’s just impossible not to be seduced by the fabrics of India. I really appreciate when people from other countries admire things which represent Indian culture and traditions.
Coming back to this outfit, it’s not a brand new outfit. I have worn the same outfit many times in last 6 years. I wore it this week for a casual breakfast date with my international group of friends. Every time I wear it, I try to change the accessories and footwear which keeps the entire look fresh. I do wear this kurti with white churidaar ( slacks) , ankle pants and skinny jeans but I personally like it better with white capri’s.
Outfit details :
Blue Kurta : Anokhi
White Capri Pants: Anokhi
Mojaris : Fab India
Bangles, Earrings, Anklet , Necklace : Oxidized Silver from Fab India
Blue Striped Bag : Aldo
Photography : Susan Webb, Catherine Debaise
Rise and Shine !!