Today is Rakshabandhan,
and I wish all beautiful sisters and brothers a wonderful Rakhi festival.
Well as we all know, Rakshabandhan is a festival, celebrated by our country India, where a girl tie a beautiful thread called Rakhi, on her brother’s wrist.
And in return he promises to protect her and also gives a token of his blessings in form of gift(s).
I am sure all girls must have selected their piece of Rakhi, sweets and most importantly what to wear on this auspicious day 😉
I chose to buy Chota Bheem Rakhi for my brother, as its his favourite cartoon character,
with some motichoor ke laddo to make this day even more sweeter.
Yes, I have bought this beautiful piece of kurti, filled with floral embroidery and block print in multiple colors for that quirky yet traditional feel.
I will be adording this self-made neckpiece in meenakari in navy blue for that bling in my look. Why should my feet remain unnoticed???
So I ordered these pair of flats from Myntra, which arrived in time.
And to complete the look and keep all the cash given by my brother, I teamed the look with this simple yet sexy sling bag in pink, which I purchased from UCB.
So girls, stay stylish and sexy while not to miss irritating your brother, as he does.
Kurti by Haute Curry from Shopper’s Stop
Yellow leggings from W
Footwear from Myntra
Sling Bag from United Colors Of Benetton
Shades from Forever 21