Showing off my new Indian outfit. Such sets of a skirt (lehenga), a blouse (choli) and a shawl are no less popular party outfits here than sarees. I prefer them because they are easy to put on, no fuss as with draping a saree; they show off figure no less than a saree does and they are really stunning. I believe you have heard such a statement that one should not mix more than three colours in one outfit. Well, it doesn't apply for Indian outfits. There may be as many colours mixed up as one wishes. Let's count how many there are in my today's look: golden, red, orange, dark blue, blue, yellow, purple. Seven! Just as many as the rainbow has! And I must say that I enjoy having all these colours together in one outfit!
Anyway, I decided not to add any more colours and chose my accessories in those shades that are already there in the set: blues, purple and golden. The necklace, the earrings, the pin and the ring have a peacock theme in their design.
I really enjoy wearing Indian outfits, especially those for parties. I feel like an Indian royalty - a maharani - when I am dressed in such kind of lehenga-choli set with all those stunning jewelry as accessories.
Lehenga choli set - http://www.indianweddingsaree.com/ peacock necklace and earrings - http://indianbeautifulart.com/ peacock feather brooch - Avalaya, bangles, purse and ring - local
Have a nice weekend!