We've often heard that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Thus simple and organic defines our todays post. Although we shot this in the scorching weather which has now turned pleasant and bloomy all thanks to the rain gods. Its totally a weather which turns out moods for a holiday, a good road trip with friends or just sit at home and sip hot coffee and have hot bhajiyas with family.
Getting back to what we are wearing - cotton block prints and some comfortable pieces from Khara Kapas
. They have some good handcrafted stuff made from really breezy and airy cotton and mulmul
fabrics. The cuts are unique and we have tried to keep the indian vibes alive in our styling. If you are the cotton kinds like us, you must look out for their collection.
Urmi is wearing block printed anti-fit pants with a cross over flap with a crisp white shirt styled with mirror-work belt on the waist and the evergreen plimsolls. Hemal has donned a maxi dress as kurta with palazzo pants, and a clutch that she picked up from her recent visit to the Rann Utsav in Kutch (Gujarat) and ofcourse bindi.
Find direct links to these pieces below.
Urmi's Outfit: Pants - Khara Kapas | Shirt, Zara | Cropped top, Forever 21 | Belt, Goa Flea Market |Footwear, Zara
Hemal's Outfit: Maxi cum Kurta - Khara Kapas | Palazzo pants, Bandra | Envelope clutch, Kutch (Gujarat) | Bangles, Local shop | Footwear, Zara
Photo Credit: Jaina Kumar