Sunday, May 28, 2017

get inspired by ancient Muslim dresses

If you aspire to look like a Mughal Princess, get inspired by ancient Muslim dresses, colors like Iranian turquoise with gold and perfectly cut silhouettes.

mughal

For jewelry, it's all about layering! Don an emerald necklace along with a nice choker that sits well around the neck, a big maang teeka, earrings and a statement nath. But it's the elegant and traditional passa that takes your straight into that era so don't forget to wear that!

passa
As far as makeup is concerned, dark smoky eyes with lots of kajal, lots of blush, glossy lips and pulled back hair should do the trick.

If you want to opt for a typical Hindustani look, then that has to include some fresh mogra flowers in your hair, a striking maathapatti and a bindi. To add a modern nuance with that, you can keep your hair textured, skin dewy with dark and smoky eyes.

mathapatti
If you are a boho bride, go in for an unconventional color with an even more unique pattern on it. Let your hair be messy and don't forget to add a 'me' touch in anything you do!


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1 comment:

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