Winter is in but its disappointing me. Its actually not at all too much cold outside and I’m already refreshing my wardrobe by my late winter outfits. Light layers, soft fabrics, three quarter sleeves these are what I have to pile up. This is the real time to enjoy the sunshine as you can chase the sun without having a heavy winter wear.
Recently I have introduced a collection of Kurtis (long tops). The collection is mostly appurtenant to late winter. These Kurtis are something you can easily wear in a sunny morning. The feminine looks of the collection has been designed so perfectly that one can have it on any morning event at the same time for the entire day. The surface embellishments are very good in quality that it can be used as a regular casual wear. The silhouette of this pretty delicate collection is quite simple but unique. You can have my full collection here.
I have paired this Kurti with a black palazzo pant (these Kurtis will be absolutely cool with low waisted jeans), sandals and clutch. Finished it with Dhokra bangle, ear rings and neckpiece.
Hope you like the look!
Dhokra is a non-ferrous metal casting, using the lost-wax technique. This technique is about 4000 years old. Dhokra Damar are the tribes from traditional metalsmiths of West Bengal, from where this metal casting has been named as Dhokra or Dokra craft.
Long Top (Kurti) – RUDRITA
Palazzo Pant – Simpark Mall, Kolkata
Dhokra Set – Handicraft Fair, Kolkata
Sandals – Cleo
Photographs courtesy: Swarnendu Ghosh
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