Weekend outfit post! Yes…I know, I am late in posting the deets of the event as many of you already wrote to me. So here is the post!
As I am person with a keen eye for detail hence I won’t write anything until and unless I really think is worth publishing. Call it a writer’s block. Anyways; for the event, I chose to wear something comfy yet chic. I love summer dresses and I love outfits that can be transformed just by changing the accessories! And this dress definitely can be paired with literally anything to create countless looks. I also carried the designer clutch which I really love and painted my lips pink (something different for me!). I usually love minimal make-up 😉
Whether you have a contemporary pristine all-white wedding or traditional scarlet affair on your mind – The Vogue Wedding Show (VWS) 2015 was a one-stop exhibit to pick up the best of the bridal fashion in India. It was a 3 day grandeur event curated by Vogue India which showcase the latest and most exclusive services. It’s a private and a luxurious event held at the Taj Palace, New Delhi with opulence. India’s leading fashion couturiers such as Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi, Anita Dongre, Monisha Jaisingh & Tarun Tahiliani to name a few showcase their bridal collection. One can interact with designers personally if appointment is booked prior to the meeting. Apart from jewellery and other exclusive gift items & services, it also captivates your attention by organizing masterclasses by industry experts. There are sessions on skin, hair, wellness, wedding planning & make-up. The who’s who will be there to tell you about having the perfect wedding. It’s always better to have such expert tips handy. This year’s show gave a closer look at the latest runway collection.
Here are the glimpses of the outfit that i wore 🙂
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This post is in collaboration with Vogue!
What i wore
Split wrap dress – Forever New
Pearl statement necklace – Accessorize
Gem cluster beaded sandals – Accessorize
Designer Clutch – Kashish (Hyderabad-Banjara Hills)