It is never late to be gracious to the handloom workers of India because the eternal fabrics they have been providing till today are imcomparable. Out of the plethora my most favourite is Ikkat , which you would have known by now seeing hy previous posts . National Handloom day has passed , better late than never , here is a post featuring a Handloom attire with a combination of Ikkat and Mangalgiri .
Recently I collaborated with a store called Jasthi Clothing , they gave me a chance to customise an outfit for myself from their new collection . I opted for an Ikkat maxi dress . The blue and mustard combination is a rare scene , which attracted me towards it more . In case you are looking for options of wearing it : a casual festive lunch with family by adding statements earrings to it , an ethnic day at work or college and an outing with your girls . You can also add a Aztec scarf to it with shades for a more chic look . I opted for a very minimal style so paired it with tassel earrings , wedges and a simple watch . Not to forget the bold lip colour that elevated the whole look to another level .
A few pictures 🙂