My first photoshoot after the earthquake. What have I been wearing these days? Nothing fancy, of course. Mostly it's been loose pants or a maxi skirt paired with a t-shirt. Or something ethnic such as kurta-salwar combination.
Today again I'm wearing my favourite navy blue maxi skirt that has been featured on this blog so many times already. Yet another way to wear it: ethnic. Add an Indian kurta (tunic) with a fancy ethnic motif, large jhumka earrings, a chunky bangle - done.
Also, today I want to show you the Kathmandu valley temples and historical places that were completely destroyed or severely damaged during the quakes. They say that you never know how much you love something until it's gone. I knew that I loved those places, their beauty and their special atmosphere, but only now that they are in ruins I realized just HOW MUCH I really loved them.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square and the town's streets
Patan Durbar Suare
Swayambhunath stupa complex
These monuments will be restored I believe because the Kathmandu valley is not really itself without them, though of course it will take time. Perhaps, some places will not be possible to reconstruct in their original way as for example the medieval streets of Bhaktapur.
Navy blue maxi skirt - Next, peacock motif tunic - Aurelia, metallic bangle - Lucas Jack, jumka earrings - from Nepal, sandals - Refresh
Hope you're having a nice day!
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