Story of Royal Blue Ethnic Dress

Dear loves, are you guys happy to see the winter set in? Although the temperature has come down, Delhi weather is worse at the moment because of thick smog created by pollution. Delhi peeps, please be careful and take all preventive measures to not fall sick. I just hope the situation gets better in the coming days as I’ve planned several exciting shoots and posts for the coming months!

Coming back to today’s post, if I may ask..is it safe enough to say that you are already enchanted by the dress on this post? The Indian fashion industry is currently revisiting its roots to extract timeless ideas of our rich culture and heritage. And this particular piece is bespoke and every bit relevant in the current times. The colour, the elegance and the regal style, time for me just stops whenever I glide this beauty on myself. I just cannot get over this dress.

I love ethnic dresses, especially the ones that are full of vibrancy of some our states. I find a potpourri of culture, tradition and richness in the fabric of this dress. This seems like an ode to the cultural richness of our country which has birthed many a different perspectives in the fashion world. Bright coloured and vibrant, the prints on this dress are an perfect blend of intricate work and is spellbinding. It successfully retains the ethnic character yet shows it off contemporary style. It has got pockets too!

I fell in love with this dress for its bright hue, that single handily lends a captivating look to it. Comfort is as usual a priority for me and the cotton fabric with a flared and loose fitting makes it the perfect ethnic wear. I completed this look with a pair of light blue beaded mojaris from my friend’s closet. If you love ethnic wear with a modern take, this dress is it in the truest of senses. Also, can you guess how much I got it for..? It cost me Rs. 699/- I’d say that was pretty much a steal deal. Hope you guys enjoy the pictures as I loved creating them! Connect with me on Instagram @srirupa.b and on Facebook @fashionmoreorlessblog

Till then, love and see you!

What I Wore:

Dress: Max Fashions

Mojaris: Lajpat Nagar

Watch: Tommy Hilfiger

All Pictures by CHINMAYA Parija

Instagram @chinmayaparija85

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