Happy Diwali in advance people!!
This festival brings a lot of fun and fashion in life as everyone wants to look their best, flaunt their style & look like a super fashionista!!
I am sure you all must have bought the best clothes & accessories for you and when it comes to kids…all the parents can go to any mile to make them look out of the world!! right guys??
In my last blog you must have seen that breaking the rules in fashion is innn…..specially this Diwali as it makes the child look different & breaks away from the old norms of this society!!
So, let’s try another look today which is uber classic and a never dying fashion combo – combo of two most beautiful colours black & gold. They blend beautifully to give that much needed festival look. This look again is an amalgamation of ethnic wear styled in a modern wear.
I got a black pure brocade box pleated lehenga skirt which I kept till her ankle as I wanted to imbibe a skirt look more than a lehenga look. I coupled it along with a full sleeves pure silk top which I got finished using these golden buttons.
To balance the ethnic and modern touch I added this black dupatta finished with the same golden brocade along with plain black mary jane T strap shoes. To fix her hair neatly I used these golden hair clips which no doubts tucked her hair in a very new edgy style!!
I thought of tying the dupatta over her head as a head gear but Omaira being the naughty and super stubborn Omaira she was just not ready to embrace that new style so, ultimately and as always I gave up after trying some 20 times…ohh I am so tired don’t have enough words to explain….I am sure all mothers will understand! Right mommies??
I am sure you all must have liked this and will try this combo on some occasion or the other as this kind of combo trust me will never be out of fashion and will always look as classy as always!!!
Please kindly write about which look you liked the most & why and how can they be better, what are your twists & new version of these looks. Have a great day ahead and a super fun shopping for your little angle’s Diwali looks.
Did you know?
Colour Gold is the colour of success, achievement or triumph. Associated with abundance, prosperity, luxury, elegance. This colour implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance.
Quick Tip : Wear the same black top along with any light coloured lehenge finished with golden broad border. You don’t need to add any dupatta or any other accessory as it will give that modern Diwali look to your child!!
Brocade lehenga choli :: Hotshot kids fashion boutique
Shoes :: Flipkart