My Story of Styling a Kurti to A Dress || Sushma

Hey everyone!!
How's your week going? Apologies for the blog being off lately. I was going through a lot of stuff at once which kind of needed more attention, that I couldn't take out enough time needed to share new posts. So here I am back again with another guest post from one of my sister's closest friend Sushma. I believe that fashion is everywhere in our day to day life, and its just the perspective with which we look at the things that matters. She kind of proves the same through her post. So let's know her "Story of styling a Kurti into a Dress" in her own words.


My husband and I were heading to Nagarjunasagar Dam, which is one of the popular weekend getaways from Hyderabad. I was looking to dress up in really comfortable cotton clothes, yet trendy, for hot Indian weather.
I’m someone who always shops more for less, but shops good! My friends, colleagues have always admired my shopping sense and they say I have an eye for good things. Off late I was shopping only online that I refused to purchase something offline. But I did not find my comfy-trendy summer dress online.  
One evening, in a mall close by, I found this bright white & indigo print no slit kurti (Indian ethnic costume) in my size priced for 800 INR ($12) and it was on half-price sale (I got it for $6). The kurta also had pockets, which is very rare. My immediate belief was I can transform this in to a trendy dress, with minimum styling and accessories. Without further notions I grabbed it and bought it without trying!
Back home, I started to style this dress. Since it did not have any slits and it was an A-line kurti, it was an easy task. All I did was paired it with a thin brown colored belt, a statement boho neck piece and ear rings, and metallic slip-on sneakers which complimented the whole look.
 And there it was my styled dress. I received a lot of praises for this idea, dress, and the pictures.
I always target a white background for my clicks since they enhance the whole effect!
Go ahead and try this, don’t be shy to experiment with clothes, who knows what you end up transforming!!!!
I completely love how she transformed a simple kurti, into a voguish outfit. I'm in love with your neck piece. Thank you Sushma for sharing such a lovely inspiration. As always thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope you all loved the post like I did. Feel free to share your ideas or thoughts in the comments section. I will see you again with a new post.

PC: Pallav (my hubby)
Dress: Max Fashion India Livaa
Belt: Pantaloons India
Boho neck piece from,
Black metal Chandbalis (ear rings) from Indian street shopping,
Vincent Chase Sun glasses from
Makeup: Light summer makeup (L’oreal Pro Matte) and Mac lipstick (Ruby Woo)
Shoes: Shoetopia slip-on sneakers from


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