Feeling hippy? Don’t shy away from experimenting with heavy pieces, turbans and peep into your wardrobe to mix and match for a different look each time.

The moment you look at maxi skirts, peasant tops, straw hats, turbans or huge printed scarves, Aztec prints, chunky jewellery, absolutely weird sunglasses – you know what you’re thinking? “I definitely need to make a trip soon”

 I have started developing a bit too much of liking for tunic and peasant tops. So, when I saw my sister having one & not caring enough for it, I had to take it from her. Considering we are different sizes finally, this top was a bit loose for me but that’s exactly what I loved about it. I wore this with a lace skirt in white. Unfortunately, the turban didn’t go very well with the look [simple ‘cos I had a lot of kids staring at me while we were shooting & yep, I got conscious]. Anyway, if you are looking to going boho someday, don’t forget to add a headwrap or headband or a turban. Throw in a few braids too. Keep it messy.

For my accessories, I wore A LOT this time. Now, that’s the interesting bit here! I skipped neckpieces here & put on a huge stack of beaded bracelets in pastels along with chunky and some delicate set of rings.

On my feet :: It’s fun to play around with pieces making use of them just not as how they are meant to be used. I stacked one ankle with two anklets [Hand & leaf] and took a bracelet, added a few more links to it & wore it as the chunkiest piece. On the other ankle, I kept it subtle by just wrapping around a choker neckpiece as an anklet.

Messy waves, loose outfit, lots and lots of accessories – What else do I want?

Pic Courtesy ::  Nagoor Photography









:: Outfit ::

Top:: Promod

Skirt :: F21

Accessories :: Zahana

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post! Until next time..


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