Keep Epic Hand-Printed Fabrics on Your Fashion List
People are brandaholic, they love to tell brand names whenever going out with friends or uploading their images on social media. But, beyond brand name we have many things to include on our fashion list.
Indian Kalamkari or Qalamkari could be a nice option. It is a hand-printed or block-printed cotton textile mainly produces in Andhra Pradesh.
The look I am describing is a combination of western jeans and Indian kalamkari.
The Indo-Western look:
In this image you can see that I am wearing a maroon coloured Padana or Machilipatnam styled kalamkari kurti, which has been paired up with a pencil fit jeans.
In this look, I did not use much accessories excepting that artichoke green wayfarer shaped sun-glass and a pair of jutti (shoe).
I kept the look as much as simple I can to give an intellectual touch.
As it is all about a day look, I used very light shades to complement the entire look and the ambience.
I used a weightless mousse foundation, which is perfect with my skin tone, mascara, a light brown lip-gloss and of-course contour stick as I love tannish look.
I always believe that when you are creating a look, it should be creative. We can do this kind of combination with other Indian traditional arts too. So, do experiment with your look and share your ideas with others by leaving your nice comment below.
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