Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The gypsy princess

With the head chain in place and her black sheer maxi well cut, the gypsy princess decides to take over the world, one step at a time. While head chains and maang tikas have been around for decades, this Indian inspired gold piece of head gear that I decided to work is my fall accessory 101. While we predict chunky gold pieces will rule in Fall 2013, I will wear this gold chunky piece on my head, for I am the urbane gypsy princess. The filigree gold earrings with the green drops complement the head chain just enough to let the golden made up eyes add the final touch. If you have not checked out Anushree Jewels, you might want to take a look for classic Indian inspired costume jewels that totally had me in a heartbeat.
The woman who enjoys the goth fashion as much as her Indian heritage. The complete toss up between the urban woman who wears her classic black maxi and the Indian inspired gypsy who wears a head chain and punjabi jutis to bring out her complete adoration for Indian fashion. Is there something in between? An Indie goth gypsy queen who walked with a spring in her step. The belief that fashion may fade, but style comes with a deep sense of conviction. :)








Wearing:
Black sheer maxi: Fabric and made by my best friend, S.
Head piece: ASOS
Earrings: C/O Anushree Jewels
Shoes: Bought in Amritsar

Photography Courtesy: Saumya Kalra

Till the next one, 
XOXO

27 comments:

  1. Love your jewels! Great look!

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  2. Gorgeous! Your dark circles are almost gone! Is it your concealer or sm new cream?

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    1. Thank you! :) Yep, used a concealer :D But thankfully dark circles aren't too big a problem for me. But that Clinique cream didn't do much.

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    2. Oh! And u have such lovely straight hair too :) may i know what concealer and foundation you are using?

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    3. Thanks a lot :) I use a Clinique foundation and revlon photo ready concealer

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  3. I love the concept of this post..black sheer dress offset with chunky ethnic jewelry. I always find ways to incorporate the traditional pieces with the trendy ones and I think you have done it here perfectly. love your headgear with the intricate design!
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    ~ashy
    http://thezingofmylife.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks a ton Ashy! That's exactly the kind of a look I was going for :) will check it out :)
      Xx

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  4. Ooh! You are surely my favorite Gypsy....queen, as I have already said! ;)

    And to think that you've bought that awesome maang tika on ASOS! <3

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    1. I know, right? I couldn't believe it! And as stupid as I thought buying something indian from asos was, I just couldn't resist this piece! :)
      Thanks love
      xx

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  5. Disco, you know I love this. Oh-so-much!

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  6. Really pretty dress. <#
    Xx
    Rhea
    http://fuss.co.in

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  7. Looking so pretty in black, love the head gear!
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  8. I could have not imagine a prettier gypsy queen! Lovely jewels and lovely you! :D

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  9. Bold move wearing it on the head Shreya ! But it is looking very pretty on you...The perfect way to bring personality to a black dress is statement accessories.. and you have done it so well!

    Swati @ The Creative Bent

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    1. Thanks a ton Swati! :D Wanted to keep it bold with the headpiece :)
      Just discovered your blog and I'm really liking what I see! :)
      xx

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