Crop Top: Target; Skirt: Janpath, Delhi; Kolhapuris: Janpath; Necklace: Charming Charlie; Sling bag: Street store
Hello Beautiful People out there. I hope you all are having a good time this spring. Summers have almost started here and that reminds me the summer of Delhi..those tan faces, those hawkers on the road side selling cold beverages, that feeling of getting into a shed while walking under the sun and those Sarojni and Janpath market for their cotton dresses, Kurtis, Kolhapuris and Jholas and of course for loads of Indianism. Indeed I miss them all. In this blog you will get to see all. However, I came up with a twist and I think I can carry it here in Chicago as well. I am excited to share this with you all. I am a huge fan of Indian dresses and hence chose myself to be in this blog. Bear with me. 😛
Look1:  This look is very simple and yet attractive because of this full length A-lined blue skirt. I owe a big thanks to my sister for getting me this skirt. This skirt is just beautiful. It has this indian lace on the border and that’s the highlight of this dress. I paired it up with a cream crop top to make it look trendy.
I wore my fuchsia Kolhapuris which is another import from India in my last visit. I know why my baggage was overweight. Actually it has to be because I will never stop adding this kinda stuff to my closet. I just love it. So, my kolhapuri’s was a blessing to this dress. I looked pretty wearing this dress.
I accessorized it with my pearl necklace which is one of my favorites, black Jhumkis and an arm bracelet which is an outcome of my online shopping spree. The sling bag is another beautiful piece I added to this attire. Again, this is also a gift. My Besto got it for me and gave it on my way to the airport. Such a beautiful surprise it was. This multicolored embroidered clutch is meant for this dress. Try this Indian look with hint of western fashion.


Look 2: This one is a typical example of fusion. I paired my same crop top (in look 1) with my favorite pair of denims from Zara. I feel I am Zaraholic 😉 since half of my closet is from Zara. With the dress I added this beautiful printed jacket. I bought it from Akkriti store in South Ex , Delhi. Akkriti has awesome range of printed Kurtis and Jackets. I was window shopping and saw this jacket and couldn’t resist myself from buying it. This print is so ethnic and the feel is authentic. I grabbed it immediately. One quote on the jacket says Horn OK please 😛
Crop Top: Target; Denim: Zara; Jacket: Akkriti; Shoes: Love culture; Glasses: Old navy; Accessories: Love Culture
I completed the look by adding tan sandals to this attire. These shoes looked so smart and were super comfortable. To this Indo-western look I added loads of accessories. I wore these multiple rings which gave this attire a chic look and golden handcuff which added spice to it.
Another one is this long neck piece. I always wanted one longer necklace and felt satisfied after buying this. You gonna see these accessories more often and my addiction for them will be evident in my future blogs.
                Carry these two looks this summer and shout out your DESIness. And of course keep it super stylish.
                                                                                                   नेहा 🙂
Fusion Feast

5 thoughts on “Fusion Feast

  • June 19, 2015 at 2:44 am

    awww… thanks Yamini. Appreciate your comment here. I will definitely be coming with many more blogs like this. 🙂 :*

  • June 19, 2015 at 2:43 am

    Colormelimitlessly by Kaisha Appreciate your comments here Kaisha, I am so happy that you liked my jacket. I also loved your look specially in the pastel skirt and those brown shoes are awesome. I am gonna follow your posts. 🙂 <3

  • May 28, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    Oh Neha! one heck of a post about 'desi' looks. I absolutely love desi attires and 'desi' dresses. Loadz of love. keep them coming beautiful!

    – Yamini – from the cab 😉


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