Diwali has always been the most awaited festival for me. It's that time of the wear when despite there being no wedding, you get to dress up as formally as you want. I spent a good amount of time in South Delhi hunting for my dream outfit but ended up coming home empty handed. As all my readers know this by heart now, I am a sucker for online shopping. Whenever I'm having a crisis in fashion, online websites come to my rescue. This time it was no different. Facebook helped me locate Craftsvilla- a website which has a wide collection of ethnic wear for both men and women. At first I was skeptical to order ethnic wear from an online website but then I thought about the lehenga which was lying in my cart. I had to get that outfit or it would have haunted me for the rest of my life. The lehenga was everything that I had dreamed of. The quality was stupendous, ghagra was light and the outfit made me feel pretty, In a nutshell, it was a great buy.
The digital print lehenga that I ordered came semi stitched so I got the choli designed and got a latkan put on the ghagra. As I got an off shoulder choli made, I decided to keep it simple by donning only heavy indian earrings. The length of the ghagra was just perfect for my height so I chose a jutti for the footwear.
Lehenga: Craftsvilla Simple Lehenga; Earrings: Greater Kailash 1