It's been a long time since I posted an Indian party look. And as you know I do love dressing up for Indian parties. But then I spent three months visiting UK and Belarus and when I came back there was no parties at all - no season. Finally, today I can show you my new party dress and I consider it the prettiest dress I have ever owned so far. Well, actually it is not a dress but a skirt with a long kind of jacket worn over it. But it does look like a dress though.
Another summer outfit in the middle of Autumn. Still warm here but mornings and evenings are getting colder and soon it will not be possible to go sleeveless. But for now I can and I do. It was impossible not to fall in love with this skirt. I am such a sucker for floral prints especially for such beautiful as this one.
One third of October is behind and still I can wear a sleeveless dress. Isn't it cool? This dress is new and of course I wanted to show it off before weather changes. It has the 60s vibe and the first thing that attracted me in it was this lovely Old Delhi print. I also liked the colours combination - very sunny, very joyous, very pretty.
This is a very simple tunic-like dress and the main reason I purchased it is its so lovely print depicting some kind of mystical creatures. The dress is very loose and better to be worn with a belt. However if your aim is to hide your figure then wear it on its own. Besides being so loose the dress has side slits and I would not recommend to put it on on a windy day - it can reveal just too much. As there is hardly any wind in Kathmandu (except the place where I usually take photos, ha) no need to worry about that for me.