Saturday, 4 July 2015

OOTD Time warp & Nostalgia featuring Anokhi & Fabindia

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By Tarry
“Have you ever wondered how nostalgia isn't what it used to be…”
- Jasper Fforde  


Nostalgia.... it's such a beautiful word. We often get nostalgic over many things.... the first time we danced in the rains, the first time we went to school, our first friends, those hide-and-seek moments with friends, some quite moments in our old house or a place we love... oooh! even as I write this, I feel nostalgic. 

And sometimes, when we visit a place which has been a piece from history, we feel nostalgic too. We wish we can go back in time, enjoy some peaceful moments we yearn for, make a new treasure of memories and come back to become nostalgic once again, just one more time. 

This is what exactly happened with this shoot. Exploring a lost heritage, we ended up in a time warp. The outfit, the jewellery, the surroundings and the mood just added up to all we thought of. The calmness of the place, which once would have been a centre of activity, enveloped us to make the morning even more beautiful. 

So my dearies, presenting the OOTD,
Time warp & Nostalgia,
Featuring Anokhi Jewelry & Accessory & FabIndia
  
Indian Fashion Blog / OOTD Time warp & Nostalgia featuring Anokhi & Fabindia 

   The post brings together two of my favourite brands, Anokhi jewelry and Fabindia. And also, a magnificent monument that once has witnessed some beautiful times. The true beauty of this monument came out when we were shooting their early at 6.30 a.m. Moosbagh, once a hunting lodge for the British, now lies in ruins... If you want to read more about Moosabagh palace, read here 


Indian Fashion Blog / tribal pendant by Anokhi Jewelry


Indian Fashion Blog / tribal pendant by Anokhi Jewelry

Now, let me talk about this piece of jewellery. One of the most fascinating pieces from Anokhi's grand collection, this pendant is an antique old tribal piece which has been recreated. The old world look of this pendant gives it a rustic charm which can overshadow anything. Even in this ootd, it beautifully overshadows everything around it and enjoys being the hero... Team it with a simple outfit and it speaks volumes about your better tastes in life :-) 

Indian Lifestyle Blog / Long skirt and Kurti by Fabindia 

The outfit too is another favourite of mine. A long colour-block skirt, which is flowy and crinkled in cotton, it speaks COMFORT in capitals. The top is a short kurti in leaf print. I got both from Fabindia (will be posting more about my experience shopping from them online). The skirt is just perfect for summers and monsoons alike and has a lot of 'gher'. Super comfortable and gorgeously ethnic, it also has a small pocket to keep your knick knacks if you want to walk around in it hassle free. Love both. 


Indian Fashion Blog / OOTD Fabindia skirt and kurti
Indian Fashion Blog / How to style long skirts

These little boys from the adjoining village were just too happy to pose with us

This post, and more to come, is in collaboration with Ajay Jain of Waltz Tours & Travels Pvt Ltd. Check out their website here. As I said, Ajay breathes tourism and for him, the true nature of a city is through its old galis and heritage. He lives for showing the unseen side of places known or unknown. PEL, photographer Naeem Chishti and Waltz have decided to showcase some old galis, markets and long lost heritages of the Lucknow city.


Passionate teammates Ajay Jain and Naeem Chishti. A Big thanks to you guys

Now, not speaking much and just going back in time, I'll leave you to enjoy the clicks... 

Btw, this post is a special gift to Abhilasha Mehta, lovely fashion blogger from Looking Good Feeling Fab. Love how she styles ethnics in a gorgeous way and I feel so inspired by her. Love you girl! 


Indian Fashion Blog / OOTD Fabindia skirt and kurti
  
Indian Lifestyle Blog / The Moosabagh Palace Lucknow

Indian Lifestyle Blog / The Moosabagh Palace Lucknow

Indian Lifestyle Blog / OOTD Monsoon fashion 

Indian Makeup Blog / Simple makeup for monsoons

Indian Lifestyle Blog / The Moosabagh Palace Lucknow


Outfit :
Top and Skirt : FabIndia (Got from their online store, review coming soon) 
Jewelry : Anokhi Jewelry & Accessories (Checkout their FB store)

Photography : Naeem Chishti





How did you find this ootd?
Do such heritage places also make you feel nostalgic? 


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9 comments:

  1. Cool...liked this post and the outfit...its simply pretty

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  2. Loved the pictures Tarannum ! :-) Pretty skirt..
    www.reviewwali.com

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  3. Thanks Vishakha... your comments are always making my day :-)

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  4. Brilliant is the word Tarry. . Too good.. way to go.

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  5. u look just so royal in the pics....

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  6. Thanks Harini.... your words mean so much

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  7. He He He! this is such a lovely comment Rachna... Thanks dear

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  8. I liked the whole nostalgia feel of this post.. the pics have been beautifully captured and of course stunning you ♥♥
    The neckpiece is so unique and the outfit is something I would like to sport considering m on the heavier side.. :)

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