3 Looks with 1 Hot Pink Cami

Max Fashions has come up the Spring Summer 2015 collection and its so cheery & colorful! The colors were great, bright, happy and summery!!! One color that esp. caught my attention was the gorgeous hot pink! Well, I'm not much of a pink person. You wouldn't have seen many OOTDs of mine with pink. But this color was not a girly pink. It was a much brighter pink! A found a pink camisole with an interesting back neck design with bright blue trims and I opted to pair it with 3 other pieces to create 3 different looks. Here they are!!!
And yeah, to go with this bright, sunny look, I opted for the hot pink lips & dusty rose eyes!
First is a bit semi formal look, the styling is formal, but the print & colors are playful, going with the trend for florals, in bloom!!! 
Camisole, Skirt: Max Fashions
Blazer: Persunmall
Shoes: Thrifted from a Flea Market in Chennai
Earrings: Naidu Hall, Chennai

Skin: Revlon Photo Ready Foundation in N*de
& Revlon Photo Ready Compact in Light / Medium 
Blusher: Lakme Pure Blusher in Peach Affair
Eyeshadow: Coastal Scents Go Palette in Beijing
Eyeliner: Lakme 9 to 5 Eyeliner in Jade
Kajal: Himalaya Herbals
Lipstick: L'oreal Paris L'Or Color Riche Moist Matte in Glamor Fuchsia

Second is Free-Spirited Traveller look. I skipped the jacket and took up a floral printed jeans instead of the semi formal skirt! A spacious tote bag and a happy lacy hair accessory and multiple strands of beads accompany this look.

Camisole, Jeans: Max Fashions
Bag: Received as gift
Earrings, Hairband: Made by me...
N*de wedges: Globus
Beaded chains: Handmade by the tribes of Rajasthan

And finally a Bohemian Rhapsody! A wide, maxi skirt of blues with print that reminds of the gardenia!!! With quirky blue accessories that are traditional & native, and combining them with modern outfits, just to suit my personal style!!!
Chennai being a hub of art & culture, and fondly called the cultural capital of India, the backdrop of my OOTD should also reflect it right? You've already seen the Fleur-de-lis wall art as background in my earlier post. Introducing another wall art here! I call her Medusa. Yup, you read that right. Medusa is the Greek monster lady! My thought - every monster would have a pretty face also, just to lure her victims. Here's my version of Medusa - the Temptress!!! A detailed post just on both the backdrops, coming soon. Watch the space!
Camisole, Skirt: Max Fashions
Goggles: Thrifted from a Flea Market in Chennai
Earrings & Short necklace: Kairali
Hand Painted pendant: Handmade by a Mural artist of Kerala
Draw String Bag: Handmade by the tribes of Tamil Nadu
Blue glass bangles: Thrifted from a Flea Market in Chennai
Beaded Green bangle: Handmade by the artisans of Uttar Pradesh 
Arm band: Handmade by the artisans of Rajasthan 
Rings: Naidu Hall, Chennai

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