This post is gonna be very colourful and I’m really excited to share with you all. I have created 3 different looks in collaboration with ‘fashiana’.
‘Fashiana’ is women’s clothing brand from Jaipur. They have a huge collection of products ranging from women’s wear to home decor…….and everything is so colourful. All these products are made in India, handcrafted by local craftsmen using indian prints and techniques. These are perfect for Boho and Indian fusion looks.
I’m in love with their ‘Mandala’ products. Mandala design is a complex abstract design which is usually in circular form. I have been thinking of buying a mandala mat since very long time…… So I was extremely happy to receive palazzo pants with mandala print from Fashiana.
I recieved two palazzo pants and a long skirt and I created 3 different looks. I’ll start with my favourite, check it out…..
1. Boho beach look: I wore blue mandala print palazzo pants for my 1st look. These are my favourite and white pom pom detailing is the highlight of these palazzos…..pom poms look really cool and feminine. I paired these with a blue sequined crop top coz I wanted to show off beautiful mandala design on the upper part of the pants. Kept accessories to minimal with only a silver nose ring and completed the boho look, styled my hair with small front braids. And added blue shimmer flip flops to complete the beach look. Its perfect for a beach party!
2. Glam chic look: For this look I decided to go ‘print on print’. I wore these beautiful monochrome mandala print palazzo pants with a pink printed scarf top. These pants have mandala design on the lower part, so I chose to wear a long top with it. The lower edge of the top perfectly complements the mandala print on the pants. Kept accessories to minimal with only a watch and a silver metal sling. Completed the look with comfortable cherry pink suede box heels & two low buns. You can wear this look for a day outing.
3. Indian fusion look: I created this look with Fashiana’s fuschia pink long skirt. This skirt is very pretty with camels all around the border, looks like a lehenga. I teamed it up with a crisp white shirt and a pom pom belt. Accessorised it with jhumkas, lot of metal bangles and gold wedges. In this look I decided to go bold with a big pink bindi. With this pretty ethnic skirt, you are sorted for coming festive season.
So, tell me in a comment which one did you all like? You can buy these here.
Go, add some colour to your wardrobe with Fashiana.