Sometimes, I’m not sure of why I choose certain pairings. Like this one! So the dress is an everyday staple but so are the cotton dupatta and nude pumps. Together it’s not so much of an amazing outfit, but truth is this the warmest winter dress I’ve ever owned. The soft warmth of the dupatta and heavy cozy blanket-like feel of the dress felt amazing.

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Photography by Susheel Sanketh Rai | Styling by Nita Dsouza

Dress: red dot by Fabindia | Shoes : Allen Solly | Sling bag : brigade road | Dupatta : Fabindia | Ring : Sarojini market

Always cozy ,

Nita

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Sometimes we make an error of strange proportions just because we aspire to be something we are not. Like right now I know I’ve grown fat but my heart greatly desires to fit into my S sized outfit. Yes guilty as charged the maroon linen dress is an S. So I’ve had to alternately style it to fit my current situation because of my grave desire to wear it! I wouldn’t dare to call it my best styling in my Fatty situation, but hey! My fat situation has made me wear a lot of styles I don’t like

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Photography by Susheel Sanketh Rai | Styling by Nita Dsouza

Dress wore as a jacket: Fabindia | Cami and necklace : Pantaloons | shoes: blak | belt: splash | Bag : max fashion | Palazzo : mygnaini.

Have a great week ahead!

With love.

Nita

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I wasn’t really Indian. Being a Christian in India was like being the unwanted child left behind by our forefathers who were unwanted settlers. Of course, a lot of things of the past have lost their importance over the years. Also being named Nita made it difficult for the average Indian to even believe I was Christian. I used to hate wearing Indian wear, primarily because during every national event and holiday I never had a proper outfit to wear to school. Until of course I discovered the saree, something I adapted pretty quickly too. But kurta’s was a “never want to wear” feeling.

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However, those feelings fade growing up. It doesn’t really matter because I was never expected to wear Indian ethnic to any of the major events. What really happened was, I discovered a new love for Indian wear when I worked for Fabindia for two years. The best challenge at the job was the ability to mix and match the available products to create a full outfit. Kurtha, pajama, and dupatta too with the value adding accessories. I find summer the best time to pick out my kurtas to wear, also the best season to wear the vibrant Indian` colours.

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Photography by wanderlust artist | styling and editing by Nita Dsouza

I was hoping to create an all Fabindia products in the ensemble, but I guess I haven’t worked there long enough to acquire those many products. My Verdict: Kurta’s are a favourite outfit for the summers. Also, the beauty of a kurta can be magnified or destroyed by the way the dupatta is draped. Show her some love and be fully aware that she will make or break the outfit you choose to wear.

Kurta, dupatta, bangle and earrings: Fabindia

Leggings: Bossini (very old)

Footwear: Commercial st, Bangalore.

Bag: Silk exhibits cum sales

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Hope you like it 🙂

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