Hello folks! I tried to ensemble a look that’s my personal uniform. Haven’t heard about personal uniform before?
A personal uniform is the style that we identify with the most. My most favorite and most worn look has to be an Indo western outfit with earthy undertones.
This Kalamkari printed midi skirt is one of the most favorite addition to my wardrobe. I love how it gives a whole Indian-Boho silhoutte to my look. Fab India is a go to store for these kind of hand block printed outfits. Check out their stores for a variety of palazzo pants, skirts, kurtis and even tops in this print.
I fused my basic black crop top with this lovely skirt and some minimal gold jewellery. This whole look makes me comfortable in my own skin. I have a dusky skin tone and these shades of black, brown and gold together enhance my Indian skin type.
Do you have a personal uniform? Don’t worry! If you don’t have a uniform or don’t know what it would be, start with your favorite clothes as the basis of your uniform. This is the kind of stuff you are comfortable wearing and that looks best on you. I am sure we all have a personal style consciously or unconsciously.
I wore a pair of dark brown pumps with this Indo-western ensemble just enough to make it look very sleek and simple. I did not want to overdo it by wearing kolhapuris or jootis.
Midi skirts are the most beautiful fashion comeback in recent times. When I found this printed midi skirt at the Fab India store, I was elated. A combination of midi skirt and Indian prints is like a beautiful dream come true. How could I not buy this?
I am usually not an accessory person. But an indo-western outfit naturally forces you to wear a neckpiece and trust me it always happens.
This oxidised gold tribal neckpiece was from the street markets from Singapore and it went very well with my Indian Boho look.
This oxidised gold pair of earrings (baali) is an absolutely ethnic jewellery. I was so proud when I could pair it with this neckpiece and after the output I got. You get a little Yay-I-did-it feeling when your most ignored accessories rise and shine when you leats expect them. Does it happen to you too?
Did you like my Indo-Western lookbook? What is your personal style? I would love to hear from you.