'Tis the season of holiday parties and we got you covered on making the most of your Indian outfits this time round!
I know I've said this before, but December is my most favorite month of the year! I love how there's a festive cheer in the air, and I love that there is always a holiday party around the corner to dress up for. But then there are also those impromptu/ weekday parties that I have to get to right after work, leaving me little to no time to play dress up. I figured you might experience the same thing in the coming weeks, so here's a handy hack that will take you from formal to festive without much effort.
I took this tulle dupatta that has a heavily sequined border and simply used it as a cape over a bodysuit and skinny jeans - and voila, we have a couture-esque outfit just like that! The original outfit by Soiree Couture is a pleated red georgette lehenga with a sequin, floral embroidered net blouse (check my Instagram for the original outfit!)
I'm always looking to add an ethnic spin to my daily outfits using Indian pieces, and I'm super excited to do more such outfit posts! Stay tuned for the next one!
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Miraya originated as a concept magazine for a Publishing class, but much of it now exists online and has been adapted for this blog. The core remains intact, and that is to explore the changing landscape of contemporary Indian fashion through the international lens, engaging readers in a creative juxtaposition between tradition and modernity. It is spearheaded by the Founder and Creative Director, Namrata Loka.
Namrata R. Loka
Founder & Creative Director