Diwali Outfit with Soch

The festive season is in full swing and I wanted to bring in Diwali with this lovely Indian outfit courtesy Soch.in
Soch opened it’s first store in 2005 in Bengaluru and has gained loyal customers and a strong holding ever since. You will find a large variety of Indianwear along with casual kurtis, full salwaar kameez sets (like what I’m wearing), sarees and even a well curated range of western-wear. When you visit their website there is a sense of elegance that you will find running through not only in their layout but also the outfits they offer – nothing gaudy, flashy or shabby. The brand image has been well thought of and executed and that is why I particularly like it. The garments are sensible, look beautiful and rich and can be worn with ease and comfort.

In Delhi, Soch has stores in Lajpat Nagar, Karol Bagh, Cp, etc. They have a huge number of stores all across India and you can locate their stores by clicking on this link.

I decided to go for a set of salwaar kameez with a churidar, a kurta and a jacket that compliments the kurta. If you remove the jacket, it’s a sleeveless kurta that can be worn casually during the day as well. Forever a fan of black and dull gold embroidery, this look was love at first sight for me. Accessories can just be statement earrings and a great pair of heels or comfy juttis and you’re set to celebrate Diwali in your festive best.

Hope everyone has a lovely day! Peace and light to all!

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | full front from below

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | middle part front half

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | half front arm on waist

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | full side front arm raised

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | face sun on hair

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | sitting

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | half front dupatta twirl

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | back twirl long

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | middle part face eye down

Soch | Akanksha Redhu | full front arms on waist

{ Outfit Details }
Outfit: Soch
Earrings: eBay.com
Juttis: Fizzy Goblet
Watch: Rado
Photographs of me courtesy Aman Godara

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10 Comments

  • Reply October 21, 2017

    Sandy

    You look beautiful and this outfit is perfect for Diwali

    • Reply October 22, 2017

      admin

      Thank you Sandy!

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  • Reply October 22, 2017

    Tessa@thegirabroad

    That is a very beautiful salwar khameez. I loved the lipstick too.

    • Reply October 22, 2017

      admin

      Thank you!

  • Reply October 23, 2017

    Shreya Sharma

    The best part about the outfit is the detail work it has in a complete dress. Very professionally designed.

    • Reply October 30, 2017

      admin

      Thank you!

  • Reply October 23, 2017

    vernit

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  • Reply October 28, 2017

    Yatina Red

    Diwali is the biggest festival In India. Diwali is the festival of lights and color, every thing will colored around you. Everyone starts to prepare for celebrating the Diwali in full of Cham. People shopping much more to decorate to homes and surrounding atmosphere. With that all age class from small to elder shopping for personal purpose. Specially ladies purchase the cloths to for self or family member also.

  • Reply November 9, 2017

    Arindam Chanda

    Wow, great ethnic wear image. I buy a gift from https://www.couponsji.in/offer/brand/Zipker for my wife. After visiting your blog.

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