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PERSONAL TRAVEL

RUST

EDITORIAL

Kurti Aurelia, Acid Wash Denim Jogger Alia Bhatt for Jabong, Beige Sandal Forever 21, Accessories all from Paharganj, Boho Bag Label Monalisha    
L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes Mascara | Miss Claire Soft Matte lip color, 04 | Maybelline Color Show Nail Lacquer, Ladies Night
Photography By : Aman Agrawal |  Modelling, Styling, Editing and Creative Direction : Monalisha Mahapatra
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RUST is a form of earth element developed by the the phenomenon of existing nature, the raw nature of rust gives you an intense outlook towards what exactly the era we are in! Having said that, there can’t be any perfect match than that of  khadi and rust all together.
The raw art form of Indian culture as well as the fashion is certainly beyond our reach as we call ourselves ‘Fashionista’.
As being an Indian fashion blogger i have got an advantage to do a post other than just western outfit and trust me I am not at all an Indian outfit person when it comes to daily styles, but I have been asked to do a post by so many of the blog followers lately to do an Indian outfit style, so here it is an effortless indo-western street style. As a personal stylist I always look for comfortable as well as affordable fashion that’s what the idea behind this look is.
What place can you think of which gives you such Indian feel in Delhi? None other than Old Delhi I suppose, so Aman and I had chose to go to the streets of Paharganj and catch up some of the street shops and understand the aura. The only reason we chose Paharganj for the shoot was because we knew that this outfit is gonna rock the streets of Old Delhi as it’s filled with Indian culture since ages. We had witnessed Colorful jewelry shops, Dream catchers, Intricate pieces of old building etc while shooting.
Anyway kurti is an Indian Wardrobe Essential. Every Indian girl has at least one kurti  in her wardrobe, if not more. We all have been there, loving and hating the Indian Ethnic wear options all at the same time. Overtime this love-hate relationship has only strengthened the simplicity element that there is, the distinctness it offers the wearer on a global platform and not to forget the unmatched comfort one enjoys in these Kurtis.
I Have teamed up this beautiful khadi  mustard & maroon phulkari kurti with denim joggers (cuz I am a diehard denim fan) to make this look effortless as well as indo western at the same time. Have added a red oval bindi with some chunky jewelry and half knotted hair with a boho bag and beige sandals to complete my whole look.
Love Mona

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