I like to call this FabIndia chic as the look is best supplied by this brand & its me-toos. It’s about Indian prints, natural fabrics like cotton or silk and traditional jewellery designs in silver or wood. In the past few years, FabIndia have added a decent jewellery range to their merchandise, which complement most looks. But their designs are best matched with their own pieces – kurtas, kurtis & mix-match salwar kameezes. Like a lot of urban women, I’ve found this look perfect for everyday work wear since it is comfortable, smart & appropriate for most situations from a board meeting to a temple visit to an impromptu after-work drink with friends.
Here’s my must-have collection that matches the Indian end of my wardrobe.
These are (from left to right):
- Silver filigree ear hoops: FabIndia
- Thin silver chain: Neighborhood silver store
- Elephant pendant on silver base: FabIndia
- Silver bangle: FabIndia
- Silver ear danglers with green semi-precious stones: Goa flea market
* Cross-posted to Divadom.
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