I give a shout out to all of you out here. Whoever says you can’t do something, make sure you do it and show to them. That is when our humanity will progress.
Yes, you girls will be the ones standing as examples to hundreds of other girls and women searching for one small spark in life, where they would need inspiration.
Girls grow up into women and women are required to be the best of everything. Girls are required to be beautiful women, educated, humble, polite, well-dressed, achievers, role model and what not?
We are supposed to be the perfect blend of culture and modernisation, the perfect definition of Sabhyata. Sabhyata in Hindi means politeness, decorum or even urbanity.
Some of us might think how can a person be so modern yet traditional?
When your knowledge and thoughts that are inculcated in you, are modern and yet you have learnt all about culture and tradition. It means you are a fusion of modernisation and tradition.
All of you might have known by now that my forté is fusion wear. I love styling and designing my clothing wearing some elements from the west and the east combined.
When I found this brand called Sabhyata Clothing, it totally evoked myself from me, as the brand portrayed contemporary ethnic attire in a very beautiful manner.
They have a beautiful range of block prints, ajrakh, dabu and many more traditional Indian textiles. They have used all of these in creating perfect ethnic wears for the modern-day woman.
I chose a yellow kurta which is a double layered anarkali with a flare ideally worn with a chudidar and a dupatta. But then when I found the beautiful skirt in the complementary colour, I knew that I had fallen in love with it. For a lot of people this colour combination is too bright as we are moving to the modernisation of the boring greys. But, if you all have seen our tradition, India portrays beautiful bright colours. One of the main reasons foreigners are attracted to India is because of the vibrant colours.
Colours make me happy and be me. The beautiful floral print skirt and the double-layered anarkali were the best combination of complementary colours. I have added a head chain which has an emerald drop and a big bindi even though they say I look older. Doesn’t that completely transform an outfit into something extraordinary. I have also added a neck piece made of indigo, pompom and coins which is not a normal neck piece.
The bangles in my hand are in pop bright colour, which are not at all in sync with my neckpiece but are in sync with my mirror and pompom earrings.
Namrata here has wonderfully styled a daily wear printed kurta which can be worn with leggings into a graceful occasion wear by adding a palazzo pants and a Kashmiri cap, which has given it a unique look. She has beautifully matched her silver stone jewellery with her earrings and jutis.
Both of us thought that if we have an umbrella it would be wonderful and yes the pots behind gives the exact feel of the pink city Jaipur, which is one of my favourite places in India due to its beautiful colours.
This is one of my favorite look books that I have created recently and just by using daily wear clothing from this beautiful brand Sabhyata and converted into an editorial look.
Hope y’all liked what I have created.