Holy jeez time is seriously just flying … It’s already been a week since the Mother Daughter Event and the month of May is going to be over in another two weeks? =S Wow. Anyway, with this OOTN I stepped away from the usual glitters and sparkles and chose a “breezy” saree – typically an easy manageable, fun printed 6-9 yards of fabric which comfortably drapes the body and allows my tiny legs to move a lot quicker 😉 Ha-ha! Kind of perfect for this event as I was aware as to how humid it would get backstage and the possibility of running around with my head cut off prior to the fashion show feature of the event.
Majority of you have already probably noticed that I LOVE prints and whether it be a plain jane outfit or not, I always try to incorporate some sort of prints into my day-evening outfits just to spruce things up a bit. Additionally, I have mentioned before colors and specific color combinations play a crucial role when it comes to my personal style. I LOVE color-blocking as well as adding a pop of color to a neutral outfit. With that being said, the “breezy” saree I chose to wear was an animal printed saree – leopard, zebra and cheetah printed; as odd as that sounds it was done tastefully. The color combination was a tangerine/coral contrasted with black, that darker neutral is the perfect emphasis to pair opposite a warm color and allows for the versatility to be worn in the evening.
When it comes to any sort of fully printed ensemble; western, indian or fusion; I keep the rest of the styling fairly simple, therefore the entire focus goes right to my outfit. With this saree, I kept my hair straight with a bit of a tease, rose-gold pigmented smokey eye with winged liner, a dark red/burgundy and my jewelry from Blue Ruby – Alexis Bittar Lucite bangles and Miguel Ases earrings!
Photography: Neelu’s Click’s