Keep smiling people ??!!
I am super tired but I have saved a little energy to write as I just love writing down my experiences and talking to all of you!!
I am sure you all must be thinking…me tired = Omaira running around…that’s for sure and will always be like that but to add to my list is DIWALI & all the arrangements, cleaning jobs it comes with…I am sure each one of you is going through the same… Right??
Being in the situation the most difficult puzzle is “What to wear & make her wear”?? It should be nice, trendy but most importantly it should be comfortable for the child!!
So, I am always here to help you…I will share 4 to 5 beautiful looks in the coming week so, that you can enjoy these festive seasons without breaking a sweat.
I made a rangoli outside my door and as usual she got in the loop of repeating her favourite colours – blue, pink, yellow, red & soooo oooon…
Festivities means a lot of colours & patterns…so let’s begin with the first mesmerizing look in which I incorporated a blue Silk strapy peplum top which has a dramatic frill at its waist line and sweetened it a little actually alot by adding this pink multi tier lehenga skirt with this golden gotta work on the edges….don’t forget people its Diwali…embroidery & works are a must for all ages 😉
To make it look traditional ethnic wear I added these gold plated chains and pendants over & tucker her hair with a bold golden hair clip…its looks ohhhh solo adorable!!!
She is also witnessing a lot of other activities – making of sweets (lodoos, barfis….yummy..my mouth is full of water!!)
She’s not a sweet tooth but she was loving the sight of them and I made her taste all of them…that was the hardest part…trust me!!!
I am quite again crackers but just to make her understand I took her outside where some kids were lighting them…in the beginning she looked quite frightened but later she was fine & looking at them with those galry & Stary eyes…
She loves dancing…my friends often make fun of her as she starts moving on any tune…so living her passion she started dancing again as soon as she heard a dholwala playing…he was really good!!
This is all I have for today…I hope you like the look & if you do go check the links given below. Keep tuning in as I will be posting many other Diwali looks and help you decide the trendiest look for your little fashionista!!!
Did you know??
Diwali is a five day festival in many regions of India, with Diwali night centering on the new moon – the darkest night – at the end of the Hindu lunar month of Ashvin and the start of the month of Kartika. In the Common Era calendar, Diwali typically falls towards the end of October, or first half of November each year. The darkest night of autumn lit with diyas, candles and lanterns, makes the festival of lights particularly memorable.
Quick tip : Mix a westernized crop top with a printed long skirt…doll up some jewellery & here you have a modern Diwali look!!!
Lehenga :: Amazon
Peplum top :: Hopscotch (similar) || Kraftly (similar)
Hair accessorizes (hair clips) :: Amazon || Kraftly (similar) || Firstcry (similar)
Shoes :: Myntra || Shoppers stop (similar)
Neck piece :: Flipkart