Minimal festive

I have been talking about festival season for quite sometime now: events, accessories or makeup, trying to come forth with more things for you!  Finally, I am doing a full look, which I call as ‘Minimal festive’img_1121_fotor-modified

Yes, when it comes to my personal style, I am not very high on bling. Be it for festivals, parties or weddings,  I like keeping it low key, as that is sheer grace for me (though sometimes, I am high on bling!).

For my minimal style, I found this gorgeous kurta, which is from new collection of Westside called ‘Utsa’. I styled it with palazzo, a Ganpati necklace, Kashmiri aari work clutch, silver jewellery and gave final touch with a big black bindi (I love them!).  This is my kind of festive!!

Style tip: You can also tie a hair bun and go for heavy earrings like chaandbalis instead of necklace, to add more bling.

Do you also love minimal style for festivals! Do comment.

Live & love,


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Kurta – Utsa Westside,

Necklace – Khan Market, New Delhi

Silver bracelet – Bg’s

Kashmiri aari work

14 thoughts on “Minimal festive

  1. Hi Charu.. You are looking pretty in this attire.. Im also a person who loves to keep the look simple.. Bindi looks good on you 😃 This can easily be tried.. And yeah as u said, i would prefer a bun and big silver jhumka or chandbali since the kurta has a closed neck. 😃

  2. U look beautiful….loved the way u paired everything😍😍 that bindi looks stunningly beautiful on u😘😘

  3. Love this look a lot.. 😍😍😍 the way you carry this look is amazing.. 👌👌👌 love neckpiece, clutch, bracelet a lot.. ❤❤❤
    Black bindi gives another definition to this minimal Festive look… 💕💕💕

  4. U ver looking beautiful in this attire , juz love d way u ver ur outfit,bindi suits u pretty well n I loved ur bracelet tht was my fav😍, from ver can I get tht

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