Summer Lookbook | Look 14

Back from a bit of a break – we travelled to the hills but I found myself mostly shooting so it didn’t turn out to be a break I deserve but luckily I love what I do so I don’t want to kill myself for not taking an ACTUAL vacation now that I’m back. Oops! On the brighter, more exciting side – I have loads of new looks for you guys so yayyiee! ANother addition to the ‘SUMMER LOOKBOOK’ before summer ends.

August was an insane month work-wise, I did SO much, I literally never thought my body and mind would be capable of cramming so much work in 1 month – but I did it – and I kicked ass. September has been pretty crazy too and I know it’s going to get even more so towards the end. I have lots of exciting shoots and projects coming up – I feel like a bouncy ball bouncing infinitely against the walls just thinking about the things I can do with the projects at hand – my mind never shuts off – I really need to take out time to meditate. Can you tell? From the way I’m writing? How frantic/distracted my brain is? Phew! I need a fucking vacation! This line almost seems like a joke to me now.

Getting back on track – I have the prettiest, moth ethereal Indian outfit for you guys today. Not Indian in a let’s attend wedding functions Indian, but a lot more sober, understated, almost calming, ‘I feel like wearing Indian all day today’ Indian. Makes sense?
It’s in one of my favorite current fabrics – Chanderi (I’ve seen an impressive resurgence of Chanderi fabric recently with quite a few Indian labels using it in their collections and I’m loving it! Or perhaps it’s just because of the season?) All outfit details are as usual given at the end of the blog post along with all the product links incase you guys want to shop this look.
ps – I shopped these as separate pieces from the website and put them together – the kurts & slip + dupatta + pants.

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | full front dupatta back twirl

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | half front arms squeezed

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | short necklace details

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | full side dupatta one hand fly

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | half side hair fly

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | fabric layers

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | dupatta unheld

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | full side long cover

The Loom | Akanksha Redhu | embroidery details

{ Outfit Details }
Chanderi Tunic + Printed Cotton Slip: The Loom – Direct Link
Chanderi Dupatta: The Loom – Direct Link
Cotton Pants: The Loom – Direct Link
Earrings: Beserk Official
Necklaces: eBay
Location: Ranikhet

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18 Comments

  • Reply September 14, 2018

    Ranjitha Govindaiah

    love the way you have styled the salwar….
    and this color looks so elegant

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      Thank you so much! 🙂

  • Reply September 14, 2018

    Instagram Blogger

    I like your look 14 because it’s very traditional & you look more beautiful in our Indian look❤️

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      That’s really sweet of you! Thank you!

  • Reply September 14, 2018

    Neha Rathi

    I like this look for the perfect festive seaseon.It’s classy,comfortable and fashionable.

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      Thank you so much! I love it too!

  • Reply September 14, 2018

    M

    What a pretty pretty outfit and you look ethereal.
    Could you tell me what size you’re wearing if you don’t mind? Ive never shopped this brand and was wondering how the sizes run.

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      Hey I’m wearing a Medium for the Kurta and Large for the cotton pants 🙂 Hope that helps!

  • Reply September 15, 2018

    Suman dugar

    This is my favourite look.
    So simple ,elegant , fresh look.
    Perfect indian look. Plazos , chanderi kurta is always amazing. Looks very pretty. U nailed this look with minimal accessories and slip ons .. the way in which u styled dupatta is nice . Chanderi is my fav fabric. Its very comfy and looks elegant . I WILL WEAR THIS LOOK in durga puja diwali and in so many functions .participated in your giveaway..

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      Chanderi is such a lovely fabric right! Thank you so much for your beautiful comment! 🙂

  • Reply September 15, 2018

    Sonam Panchwani

    The traditional Coord set is looking beautiful beyond expectations. It is giving a Indian cultural look. It is showcasing as if a NRI (foreigner)is in love with her traditional look. You are looking really pretty!!!

    It is said YOU NEVER GO OUT OF STYLE but this proves right only when you yourself love what you wear!!!
    The same feeling comes when I saw you in this pic!!!
    Pretty Akansha!!! ♥😘

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      Aww thank you so much Sonam!!

  • People say you look beautiful when you wear branded clothes!!!! The fact is people look beautiful because they wear a smile on their face and clothes are worn by them!!!! ♥

    • Reply September 15, 2018

      admin

      That is absolutely true! 🙂

  • Reply September 16, 2018

    Karishma

    Simple ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Beautiful❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Elegant ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Totally loved this look .❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Lots of love ❤️❤️❤️

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      admin

      Thank you!! 🙂

  • Reply September 16, 2018

    Venus

    You look resplendent here. I like this look the most because of it’s subtle yet fashionable appeal. The colours are classy and perfect for a summery event. They way you have accessorized it is also beautiful.

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      admin

      Thank you so much Venus! So kind of you!

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