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Monday, December 19, 2011

Being a Bride's Maid - Style 6

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One more of my best friend got married and it was in a quaint town filled with heritage and culture down south, called Chidambaram. Here are my Travelogue posts of the places I wandered in this beautiful town: Pichavaram, Natarajar Temple, Anandeeswarar Temple.
Her wedding happened pretty much near the Natarajar Temple and this is what I wore to her wedding.
Dress: Bhushavali [Made of Natural Dyed Khadi (Handspun Handloom)]
Leggings: From a Street Shop in Chennai
Footwear: From a Street Shop in Delhi
Clutch: From a Street Shop in Chennai
Yeah, this top indeed has a teeny weeny story behind it. One thing was that I always wanted an empire line dress with lots of flare. Second this was that when I saw this orange, red batik work saree (Yeah, it WAS a saree!!), I decided this saree was gonna become my top. I combined it with a green fabric for the top portion added some sequins, painted details and zari lace work and ahoy, there was my top. With so much going on, on the top, I got this skin colored legging to balance that top.
Makeup base: Lakme 9 to 5 Creme Compact in Marble
Eyeshadow: Lakme eyeshadow quartet in Moon Dust
Eyeliner: Lakme Defining Eyeliner in Midnight
Rouge: Lakme Pure Rouge Blusher in Peach Affair
Earrings Main: Tanishq
Earrings Sec: From a local jeweller
Earrings Danglers: Sahaj India
Nailpolish: Revlon Streetwear in Tangerine
Neckpiece: Sahaj India
Bangle: Handmade by a Pakistani Artisan

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30 comments:

  1. Nice creation. Lovely colour combo.

    www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.com

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  2. Wow!This look of yours is so intense!Love it!

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  3. I love Indian wear!!! It looks so elegant. I can't believe you made that top by yourself!!! You look gorgeous:)

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    1. Glad that you love Indian wear Audrey. Thank you so much for your appreciation love.. :)

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  4. Hello,

    Wow,wow,wow.Stunning,alluring,fabulous.

    Best wishes,
    Joseph

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  5. You're amazingly creative.
    Manvi.x
    http://mmlabelsandlove.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Manvi. Thanks also for coming to my blog. Isn't this your first visit here. Do drop by often sweety.. :)

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  6. Lovely dress! I think I would have paired it with different coloured shoes, though, and maybe heels instead of flats :)

    Leia

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    1. I would have paired it with heels too if the venue was more accessible. It happened in a village, so you know, the restrictions... I couldn't go as I would in a city... :)

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  7. Great! Like the skirt! Though I also would have worn heels.

    Love
    http://www.meghasarin.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Megha... :) The venue of the wedding was a village, so couldn't wear heels!!! :(

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  8. Thanks for liking my creation ^_^
    Please do visit again

    Love the color combo

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  9. oh i love the color combo an the accessories!

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  10. Dazzling & colorful with matching accessories.Bhusha you are simply stunning,sensational & sensuous.You must have been the star of the evening.

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    1. Thank you so much Ram Sir... The bride was sizzling in her Kanjeevaram Silk, and ofcourse, she was the head turner!!! :):):)

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  11. I really like the dress. I love all things long and flowy :)

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    1. Thanks Gayatri. I too love flowy, long things... :):):)
      And thanks for dropping by dear. Do drop by often... :)

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  12. OMG that is absolutely gorgeous!! You are so talented it's crazy! Wow. ^_^ I love the colors and the accessories are right on too!

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  13. the best of wishes to your friend!
    I love how you create your outfits, searching for the right fabrics and colors. Very creative!

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    1. Thanks Tali. And I'll convey your wishes too to my friend.
      And thank you again so much for your appreciation... :)

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  14. I was able to attend a traditional Indian wedding at one of the Long Island wedding venues. Your dress is so much prettier than those I saw, to be perfectly honest. You look great in it, too.

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    1. Thank you so much Britteny.
      That's so nice of you... :)

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  15. great outfit!traditional but trendy and elegant yet.powerfull colors!greetings from greece :)
    http://youniquesdiaboliques.blogspot.gr/

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    1. Thank you dear! Glad to have a reader from Greece! :)

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