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with a bold lip

There's something about weddings that makes me want to croon "caaaaaan you feeeel the loooooove tonight?" Such an act would certainly clash with the resting bitch face pictured in the photo above. 

This was one of those "picked out under 10 min" outfits. I had initially planned on wearing a sari, but the morning of I realized what a dumb assumption that was. Obviously I was not coherent enough at 8 AM to put in the effort to painstakingly drape a long piece of cloth over my body. Or have my mom painstakingly drape a long piece of cloth over my body. Not to mention that I had to wear 2 more saris that weekend. Have I ever mentioned that Indian weddings are suuuper long? Cause they are. (When my parents got married, it was a one week long ordeal!) 

Rather than trying to find a nonexistent, comfortable dress in the dark corners of my closet, I stuck with something from my everyday wardrobe. The beauty of a simple black and white outfit is that it can pass for casual or formal. Heavy jewelry didn't really vibe with my look so, I went with a cheeky clutch and a bold lip to spice things up (I know, I'm a real party animal.) 

top: asos, skirt: zara (similar), shoes: kensie, clutch: urban outfitters (a similar splurge), lipstick: nars


16 comments

  1. You look absolutely stunning! So gorgeous! I love all the bright colors of the wedding! Indian weddings always look like so much fun!

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  2. Wow, absolutely gorgeous photos! It looks like quite the wedding and of course, those outfits! Just stunning!

    xo Jackie
    Something About That

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  3. Looking fab! I wore something similar to a wedding recently, cannot go wrong with monochrome! xox

    afashionation.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. You look gorgeous!! I love going to weddings!!
    ~Sara

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  5. Wow! Beautiful photography! I know saris are a hassle, so good choice with the black & white outfit and pop of color on the lips! That wedding looked beautiful by the way, just stunning.

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    Jen xx
    jenteablog.com

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  6. Okay...not gonna lie, I'd like to go to one Indian wedding...just once! Because it looks fabulous.
    And yesss, gotta love a good black and white outfit! Yours is a perfectly chic look for a wedding. Love the mesh-like skirt.
    Ooooh, but wow, that navy blue and gold sari at the end.... SO GORGEOUS *_*

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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  7. Mili you look gorgeous in a saree! And I so wish I had bought that zara white skirt! It looks amazing!

    Jenny’s Bicycle-Indian Fashion Blog!!

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  8. You looked stunning in both outfits but that sari looks AMAZING ON YOU. You need to wear more blue and gold. It's such a beautiful piece I could cry.
    mortem blonde

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  9. Love your first simple look! My family would never let me get away with that, but you've got a great point. There are only so many saris one can wear in a weekend!
    Also, that velvet and lace sari is EXQUISITE...you look absolutely amazing in it!
    (I also love weddings...I haven't actually been to a real one yet, but there's one coming up in April and I'm beyond excited!)

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  10. let me say both looks are absolutely fabulous. really, the first one just blew my mind and then I saw the sari and was amazed again. probably some of your most amazing looks ever. huh, the first one is just pure flawless class, full of it! and how gorgeous are the colours of that wedding! once again, amazing! I loved that post!

    Maiken,
    Maikeni blogi - part of me

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  11. Love the skirt on your first outfit as well as your red lips! The sari looks really gorgeous on you. Great photography too!

    Katrina Sophia

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  12. Oh gosh, looks like such a stunning wedding! Beautiful pictures. And I love the bold lip, it really compliments the simplicity+classiness of your outfit.

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  13. WOW you look stunning in both outfits, specially the sari! the gold colors and the blues just goes so beautifully with your skin color and gorgeous long hair! I didn't know Indian weddings where that long but if they are all as beautiful as the one you went to, I would love for it to dance a month if I'm invited haha Thanks for sharing :)
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    Milu
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  14. Love that white skirt! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. You have some beautiful photos here.

    xo, Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

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  15. your monochromatic look with a pop of red is a complete show stopping look! i love it! Plus you are absolutely radiant in both outfits lovely!XX

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