Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Dia in printed Salwar Kameez

I am so impressed with Dia Mirza’s next door look at the screening of Kangana Ranaut's film Queen. While Kangana and Sonakshi opted for short dresses, Dia choose to go traditional. 

Curvy actress Huma looked SO SO in a horizontal striped tee paired with black tights. I am not so impressed with her outfit, while Sonakshi looked stunning in a short floral spring sun-dress.

The Queen movie has been the biggest Bollywood movie this year. It’s a story of a woman who decides to go on her  honeymoon alone, as she was dumped by her groom on her wedding day.

Dia’s look – She wore this beautiful printed salwar suit that had floral prints all over. She paired her outfit with a chic silver metal bracelet and earrings. A cute silver Kholapuri chappals complement her look.
Check out her look at the event -

Pink lip gloss and straight hair added to her simple yet sweet look.

Spring and Print Fashion -

Yes,  printed fabrics are everywhere this spring. Here are my tips on How to wear prints

  • Keep it simple and sober. Don’t go overboard it with so many accessories. Just go with simple earrings or a chic neck piece.
  • Soften the look with a base color. You can complement your look with some base color to match with your bottoms. For example Neutral prints paired with easy off white, creams and metallics looks best.
  • Mix and match prints with complementary combination. Mixing Polka dots with stripes is chic and very popular trend among youngsters.
  • Cool chappels and flip flops looks best with floral prints and stripes. 

Cbazaar has launched their new Sprig Summer collection. For exclusive designer outfits, check Cbazaar– the leading online website. Cbazaar offers attires that reflect a perfect mix of creativity, aesthetic design and comfort.

Cbazaar also offers a wide range of Indian attires for men, women and kids online. Cbazaar is one of the leading online apparel stores for weddings and red carpet events. Check out their new collection which is perfect blend of modern and traditional designer attires.

Prapti Bagga Arora

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