“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” ~Coco Chanel

Hey! lovelies,

I hope you all are doing great.

Are you excited for my new post?  Oh I’m sure you are! :p

Summer is here!! And so are the comfy kurtas.

 From a simple casual look to an edgy bohemian look, a kurta is absolutely versatile and would add just the right splash of colours to your summer .

A summer blog is considered incomplete if I don’t mention my eternal love for kurtas.

So here I am today treating you guys with a post in collab with Shop On Moda.

Shop on Moda is one of the online fashion website providing you with Exquisite Designer Wear and Brand wear. From the latest trend wear in the market to the customized designer.

They’ve a collection of a lot of brands with variety of products including dresses, denims, lehengas and a lot more!

It can definitely be your go-to destination to shop.

 

I got this block printed front slit kurta & personally I loved it.

Hand block printing on textile is an art form that has been doing the rounds since ages. It is something that is classy and evergreen. Block prints is one of the strongest trends for summer.

Block print kurtas are evergreen.

I’m in love with this beautiful trend. 

The good thing about block print kurtas is their versatility. Pick a cotton one for a subtle day look, Pair these kurtas either with a palazzo, jeggings, jeans or leggings. 

Also don’t forget to add your favorite silver jhumkas and jutties /sandals And!! you’re good to go.

I paired this front slit kurta with blue legging. 

This kurta itself is a statement and doesn’t need any accessories, but for a more dramatic effect I wore an ethnic silver ring, Afgani jhumkas and ethnic wedges to complete the look.

And how can I forget my boho clutch.

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I hope you guys like this post.

I’ll be back with my next post.

Until next time

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Tamanna

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Photography  by : Mukul