I made this maxi skirt long time back, but somehow never wore it. Its a fitted skirt with saree like pleats in the front. The fabric is handloom fabric woven in the north-eastern part of India. The specialty is the heavy border design with is again completely done by hand in handloom.
Turtleneck Top: Naidu Hall, Chennai
Skirt: Bhushavali [made of Handloom fabric]
Iyer Pendant: c/o Ashvita, Chennai
Btw, is it really a pendant??? Naaah.... Check it out below...
Iyer is a caste in India and this is a cartoonist depiction of Iyer of Tamil Nadu, with the typical hairstyle, triple white line of ash on forehead, the rudraksha beaded chain, white sacred thread across the chest, bare chested, white draped dhoti garment on waist.
This pendant was gifted to me by the multi branded, fine living store, Ashvita - a store that sells awesome quirky, retro, colorful stuff like these! The pendant is by the brand, Urumi. It is a brand of quirky apparel and accessories. This pendant was absolutely fab. And the best part, its not just a pendant... the lower half can be separated to reveal a very functional 4GB pendrive!!! This piece is called Iyer Usb... Now, that's called Clever!!!!!Don't forget to Like me in Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Bloglovin'!!!
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