Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Downtown Banjaran :: Everyday look inspired by fabulous Banjarans

Hii there!!! Thanks for reading friends.
I am still not that better from the muscular pain. Its coming back every now and then. So avoiding any hush hush movements. Therefore late posts. BIG SORRY :(
Weather is getting really cold up here. Trying all my layering techniques to get some warmth. And this blog came up as a result of the same experiment. Its perfect outfit with layers in this very chilli weather without any show.

The complete look. Long skirt, sweater, dupatta, braided hair, colourful and light weight accessories and chunky boots.


 I love my Sarong/ Dupatta. Trying to store all the sunshine in it.

 Sarong is a multi purpose piece of clothing. It makes up for a good Dupatta here. Duppatta is a quintessential part of Indian outfits. It oozes grace and mystery. Its usually worn to cover upper half body and spreads over head. In many a places its also helps as a traditional veil. I have always had a fascination for a dupatta. I still do and get to wear it as much as I want.

 Love utilizing these Indian accessories. They always look pretty and opulent. I better have a complementing outfit to match their richness. This is the ideal attire to carry these jewels. 


A chunky braid style very well suits this look as you can see. I am happy to have some sun. 

This skirt has so much fabric that you can wear a velvet jegging underneath for warmth and still look fine.

Keep reading and keep writing to me in your comments. Thanks to all the subscribers for keeping my spirits high. Hoping to get better and post a new outfit soon:)
Anjali
Sweater :: Old Navy
Sarong :: TJ  Maxx
Jewellery :: from India





10 comments:

  1. gorgeous it is!! n nice pics..

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  2. Thanks to you for this beautiful skirt :)

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  3. The dupatta is very beautiful indeed. A very graceful garment! And the chunky boots offer a striking contrast. Hard and soft, as it were. The same with the sweater; it offers a measure of restraint that balances the flow of the skirt.

    This reminds me of something that might interest you. A few years ago, when my wife bought a saree in San Francisco, I took the opportunity to pick something out for myself. (No, not a saree.) Although part of an ensemble, it's the long vest (whose actual name I can't remember, alas) that I use the most. Along with an old-fashion cap for a playful, the vest helps soften an all-black ensemble of sweater, skinny pants, and combat boots. Picture here So, a mix of hard and soft too. :)

    I hope you find relief from your muscular pain soon. I understand how challenging that can be.

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  4. Thanks Fred.Thanks for your appreciation and thanks for your wishes, am feeling much better now, seems like my new routine and sleeping on floor is what I need to do. I am going to have a look at the pic and give you a shout :)

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    1. Glad you're feeling better. Thanks for the shout! Much appreciated!

      I'm eagerly looking forward to your next blog post.

      Oh, one little thing...it's Frederik, not Fred. I'm picky about that. :)

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    2. Sure Frederik :)… am working on my next blog, will show up soon :)

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  5. Hey La Professionnelle, long time. Thanks. I learned it from a tutorial on you tube.

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    1. Sitting with a mirror and glued to yotube hair videos is on my long to-do list :)

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  6. Fantastic blog and brilliant post!!! You're amazing!!! Your sense of style is fantastic too!!! Absolutely brilliant!

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