http://ezeta.com/index.php?option=com_content I have styled sarees and ethnic dresses for my blog. This is my first time styling a dupatta. I got a stunning bright ikat dupatta from Assal (FB/Instagram), a Mumbai based brand that has a variety of products ranging from Kolhapuri chappals and Khun tops to Ikat dupattas, shirts and tops. This brand explores traditional crafts from all over the country.
should you buy accutane online The dupatta has a double Ikat pattern, and is from Telangana. Ikat is a resist dyeing technique where bundles of yarn are tied and dyed before they are woven. The tied areas resist the dye, thus creating a pattern. These patterns take form when the yarn is woven into fabric.
I styled the dupatta with a plain black cotton anarkali from Anokhi Jaipur, and a pair of black jeggings. A single bangle, a pair of earrings with black stones, and a pair of peep-toes in high heels rounded off my look.
What do you think of this look? How would you style this beauty?
I will back soon with another exciting post, till than take care y’all.
Photos by : Nikhil Babu Thomas