Monday, 22 August 2016

Scarlett X The Broke Chica

Hello Chicas,

With the festive season around the corner, each one of us are on the hunt to get hold of as many traditional outfits as possible. To make this task easier for you all, I am sharing with you my very first blog post on an ethnic look. Yes, it has been more than a year since I started my blog, but I really didn't get a chance to flaunt ethnic wear. People who know me are aware of the fact of me turning up in pujas in Pajamas. :') For me traditional outfits are usually reserved for weddings and other family functions. I'm not very fond of wearing them on a day to day basis as I am way too clumsy to carry it off. I recently got the chance to meet this amazing designer Shweta Dudani and her collection of Indian wear left me completely spellbound. So, I got hold of this outfit to showcase it on my blog, but before going any further, let me introduce you to her brand SCARLETT.


ORIGIN: Three fashion obsessed friends with no degree in the field whatsoever started the label in a room in their paying guest.

NOW: A full fledged workshop with people working round the clock to manufacture both off the rack and on demand couture collection. Specializes in designing clothes that are a trade off between traditionally rich in terms of ethnic forms of embroidery and contemporary in its silhouette.
Currently run by Shweta Dudani.

You can find them on the social media here:

Facebook link: Scarlett by SNG
Instagram: Shweta Dudani

Coming to my outfit, I chose an ethnic jumpsuit in contrasting colors, maroon and peach. The upper part of the jumpsuit has intricate floral zardozi detailing with sheer cut out on the waist and back. Whereas, the bottoms made up of silk give a very royal touch to the attire. The best part about the jumpsuit is the  skinny dupatta which gives the outfit an ethnic touch. Managing a dupatta is one helluva job for me, but this pleated stitched dupatta made my life so much easier. Also, you can play with the dupatta and style it in various ways, or even ditch it for a modern fusion look. To compliment my outfit, I opted for a statement ring and half moon drop earrings in golden and maroon. A cream snakeskin minaudiere and maroon lips tied up the look together.

Hope you all liked the ethnic look.
Have a great week ahead.
And, for people residing in Kolkata do checkout SCARLETT's fabulous collection at their boutique in Salt Lake city. 
Happy Shopping! :)
Much love.
Ritika. x

Outfit Details:

Ethnic Jumpsuit: Scarlett by SNG
Earrings and Ring: Thrifted
On my Lips: L'oreal Pure Garnet 

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