Hope you liked Part I of the Revival Project series. Here is Part II of the series. These are actually five dresses from The Revival Project that I had styled over two years ago. I had shared them on my old blog. Re-sharing the pictures here for those who would like to read them (again).
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A silk marvel in bright candy coloured stripes that will bring sunshine into your life instantly. Style it with your favourite kolhapuris/juttis to give it an ethnic touch, or your strappy heels/pumps to give it a modern twist.
I kept the look simple as I wanted the dress itself to be the highlight. Paired it with an ethnic necklace and golden sandals.
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Originally done in yellow and red, this beauty will make everyone ‘stop and stare’. Sport this assymetrical dress with a thin leather belt, and you are good to go.
I wore a pair of orange brogues from Promod and green Rayban aviators to give the dress a playful, day-dress feel. I skipped the leather belt and went for a necklace.
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A simple and comfortable cotton dress in Ikat print. Perfect for hot summer afternoons for a brunch with your girl gang.
I completed the look with a red handbag and a pair of bow-sandals from Aldo. A dress that I would happily dance around in; epitome of comfort!
Twist in the Tale
A sleeveless slip-on dress with pockets. Looks simple and sweet till you get to the back! Wear it with a beaded necklace or a funky neckpiece, or let the back do all the talking 😉
I wore the dress with a simple neckpiece and a pair of juttis. Elegant and comfortable, a wonderful choice for Indian summers.
Colour Block Tent Dress
Taking colour blocking to the next level with this happy dress. Wear the colours of the rainbow, and prance around 😉
This is one dress that doesn’t need a lot of accessories, just a pair of aviators would do. A cozy cotton dress perfect for a lunch date with your friends.
Loved all the dresses, didn’t you? Let me know what you feel, and how you would style them.🙂 Also, follow The Revival Project on Instagram and Facebook for updates. If you would like to visit their website, here is the link.
See you soon with a new post <3
Also, here is a picture with my hubby who helps me with my outfit planning and shoots 😀
Photos by : Bindush Benny