It’s spring time. It is that time of the year when you suddenly see colours erupting everywhere after a long dry and dull spell of winters. Guess that’s why we celebrate Holi , the festival of colors this time of the year.Never thought of it this way.Going Holi and colorful, I paired the brightest orange long skirt in double shade, with ethnic Indian motifs in golden colour printed on it and a embroidered yellow border to go with it. That’s a lot of colour for someone like me who prefers neutral shades, well most of the time.Paired the long skirt with a collared white crop top. If you can carry the fusion look ,it’s apt for an Holi after-party, a mehendi or sangeet ceremony considering the wedding season is on, and you want to take a break from the predictable salwaar kurtas ,sarees and heavy lehengas, you can try this look.
Skirt: Globus ,Crop Top: Vero Moda, Boots: Heels, Shades: Promod, Neckpiece: Kazo
Lipcolour: Pure brick (Aishwarya) by Loreal,Star collection, Golden necklace and earrings:Vintage