Saturday, August 11, 2012

OOTD- Something Traditional / What I wore at Rakhshabandhan!

Hey everyone !
Hope you all are doing great. This week has not been very good for me. Apart from some personal issues, I had been invited by SIGNATURE for the Delhi Couture Week- Day 3 to feature Manish Arora and Anju Modi's shows at my blog!!
But Alas... As the luck would have it- I could not attend the same due to some problem and I really really feel sooo bad about it !! I was looking forward to attend the same sooo eagerly and had thought to share the awesome pictures from the event with you all !! But anyways, it wasn't in my hands- Maybe I get this opportunity again sometime...

Moving forward, I had mentioned last time that I'll be sharing the outfit I wore at Rakshabandhan - which this year happened to be an awesome Get-together at my place as it happened to be my Naanu's birthday as well. So all the relatives gathered at his place to celebrate the same as well as Rakhi !

I wore a Kurta and salwar at the occasion with a pair of wedges. And for the records, this is my first outfit post at this blog wearing Indian traditional clothes.
Well its not that I don't like ethnic wear, just that I avoid wearing them in summers as I sweat a lottt and managing a salwar in summers can be tough !!!

So anyways, here are few pictures of what I wore-

And here are some of the goodies I got at Rakhi as gifts -
All things ALDO !!
So do you love wearing Ethnic clothes regularly or like me wear them less often?? Share with me what you like about Indian Ethnic Wear!
Loads of love


  1. You look lovely! I barely wear ehtnic clothes but I really admire when a girl pulls them off beautifully !

  2. love the outfit and the jewelries!

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  3. Awesome outfit! I love the accessories!

  4. You look great, Nitika! Love the colours on you!

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  5. Nice outfit :). I love patiala salwars :)
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  6. Beautiful outfit, you look lovely....i love the work on your kurti!! :)


  7. ethnic clothes is such a great idea! yours is so lovely:D

  8. What beautiful colors, especially for more traditional clothing! I haven't worn a kay po in years, and I probably won't until I get married, lol. I think it all just depends on the culture, but I really love your top, very pretty indeed! Thank you so much for visiting my blog, hopefully I'll see you back soon!


  9. Hi
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  10. Awesome, I love the color coordination!

  11. Great colour combination. loved it.


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