Pink Palettes

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What I’m Wearing – Vasansi Jaipur pink anarkali, Topshop shoes, Stylefiesta.com sunglasses
With my wedding just around the corner (or so you can say), shopping for Indian clothes has become a part of my daily hygiene. I know pretty much every designer’s habitual trends and spotting a label while someone walks pass me at a wedding is no biggie. Hence, naturally, one of the most important factors I consider while shopping for this segment under my wardrobe, is uniqueness and dissimilarity. To cater to these needs, I’ve discovered that shopping from individual boutique stores in other cities work as a charm. In-house designs promise singularity and with the mix of different cultures, you’re exposed to tons of authentic, yet fun outfits. Vasansi Jaipur, with stores in Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Indore, did wonders for me on some of my outfits and I’m going to be showing you all of them, starting now!
Pink is not an obvious choice for me when it comes to traditional wear but I just couldn’t resist with this one. I especially loved the collar and the hint of can-can perfect for a little flounce. This anarkali was handcrafted out of organic raw silk which gave an impeccable finish to the outfit.
See how I styled my outfit and take a look at more of their collection here.
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