Friday, June 29, 2012

And You Thought Its a One Way Road










Most of the times there are more than a one way of doing a thing. My little factory of words is kinda closed today. So I guess I would not be able to tell it in a way I would intend to. I guess all I want to say is that at times we should just try to find new ways of doing the same things.
A few days back, my sister and I decided to do something; to do things differently, in more ways than one. So we thought of being creative. Like most elder sisters, I ended up doing most of the work, but both of us were kinda happy with what we discovered.


We discovered how to wear one dress in two ways. Well, guess it was all about accessorising.
With the Indian look, she wore a pair of traditional slip ons, and an ethnic looking neck piece. For the second look, she wore yellow heels with a different neck piece and a braided belt.
And yes, this is not a dress. It is a W kurta. A special thanks to Fashion and You for this; I could not find this one at the stores.





















Kurta: W (bought from Fashion and You), Braided belt: Fashion and You, Yellow Heels: Carlton London, Green Slip Ons: Catwalk, Neckpieces: From the shops near ghats of Varanasi

6 comments:

  1. Oh Rupa I envy Munni.....I want you as my sister...... What a creativity, AMAZING

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  2. Awesome! Loved both the looks.. The western scores a notch more owing to the added element of Yellow! Way to go!

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  3. Lovely dress...and beautifully described...buubbly ne sahi likha dresses k mamle me creativity koi tumse sikhe...and photographs are awesome....

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  4. Lovely dress....beautifully described and as bubbly said creativity to koi tumse seekhe....photographs are awesome.....

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  5. love the western outfit....specially yellow sandals!!

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  6. Great post! I was looking for articles on top apparels in India and I came across yours inspiring read. Keep post! :)

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