Indian touch 

Hello guys

I really appreciate your interest and I am always open for suggestions.

By now, you must have guessed my love for Kurtis. Well I think, a girl looks best in traditional. 


The occasion was shiv ratri; so I decided to wear this kurti for the day. The kurti is a basic printed kurti from Tibet market atmy hometown. The kurti is yellow in colour with a touch of blue prints in it.


I am wearing it with the jhumki’s from cp, delhi and jutti from Lajpat, delhi. And before I could think for anything else, I decided to wear a red bindi with it, to create a much different look to it. 


The bindi made it look very grounded. I loved the look, how it turned out to be. 

Much different, much Indian 

 

I hope you like what I have tried to create. 

Thank you 

Thesmilinggirlofficial 

Picture credits Pooja pegada 

Advertisements

Casual carrys 

Casual college days can’t get more decked up than this. A casual everyday kind of look. 

Hey guys,

I hope you like what I am trying to create. I would love and appreciate your interest and suggestions. 

The colour black which can deal with any occasion or any casual day and can also help to create a much enhanced glam look with the basic clothes. It made this look unique aswell. 


I am wearing a black kurti from utsa, westside. The footwear is from a street shop at Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi and my earrings are from Sarojini. 


The plain black kurti with tassels on the front gave a different look altogether but pairing it with the gold footwear and gold earrings, changed the whole look into a much glam look. 


It looked simple yet classy. For a change , a look much different to any casual day. 

Gold is beautiful 

 I hope you like what I’ve tried to create. 

Thank you 

Thesmilinggirlofficial 

Pictures by 

Pooja pegada 

Bohemian match 

Hello guys, 

I hope you all are doing great. And I would love and appreciate any suggestions or ideas. Thanks for your interest. 

So, I was going through my moms wardrobe and found this jacket, which was a gift to her by my father , he got this from Arunachal. 

I thought I could use it for a look. And after digging on my cupboard I found a kurti which I could pair it up with it. 


The kurti and leggings are from westside. The footwear also from westside. The earring from cp, New Delhi. The printed white kurta went well with my bottle green bohemian jacket. 


The jacket is a traditional dolman style jacket, sleeves loose and bell shaped. These jackets are usually loose with broader shoulders. The jacket has little thread work detailing in the front and back of the jacket. 


This jacket gives a little fresh touch to the old boring kurti. 



I hope you like what I’ve tried to create. A sense of fashion from my end. A touch of me to you. 

Thank you 

Thesmilinggirlofficial 

Pictures by Pooja pegada