Indianizing Christmas Day outfit :)

Remember the blog post I wrote last year Indianizing St. Patricks Day outfit
You don't, do you?
Then sprint over to that post first.

Ok, now that I have your attention.. 

Please note that I am back to blogging.. as always. I now started calling myself as "Occasional blogger" after I realised that I can't be regular here anymore. Though I have been reading other blog posts quite regularly, but writing one has become so hard for me. So I hope I will let myself have this tag at-least. 

While I was chilling on this 5days long weekend break loading myself with sugar, I decided to do this Chrismassy post. It is a beautiful time of the year everywhere and what more than dedicating it with a red outfit!
This dress is one of my all time favorites and very special. Its a simple ready-made dress (which I stole from my sister 😬). The color and fitting instantly caught my eye and I love it more for the mesh fabric and dupatta. I paired it with antique colored jewellery and brown sandals. (Gold shaded sandals would go more well with this outfit.) 

I hope you all had a nice Christmas and enjoy this post. Do you have any Christmas outfits? Do share.. 

Here I am.. channeling the bit of desi inside me 😬




This ring is not clear in the picture but it has been gifted by a friend back in college.. back like in 12years ago. It's a heart-shaped ring with stones that I used with many outfits. I am not a ring person at all.. but I can't believe that I still have it in very good condition even after all these years. Anshu, if you ever see this post, you would be proud of me for treasuring gifts 😀
That mandatory twirl
When I felt head-spin post the twirl 😂

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