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Deepavali Day Three. I kid you not when I said the party doesn’t stop 😉 This time around, the party was at my place.
This is what I wore;Top, necklace, earrings and bangles: Bazaar at Bukit Jalil.
Mermaid leggings: Fashion Forward.
Since it was in my house and I could foresee a lot of running around, I wore a white cotton kurti top with some embroidery designs in white as well to match my mermaid leggings. Mixing my traditional top with my modern leggings was a huge hit!
Everyone needs a white kurti top, it’s the easiest thing to mix and match for every occasion!;
These huge silver hoop jhimki earrings were purchased 3 years ago, and I got them for RM10 a pair (I have the same ones in gold as well :3). Since my outfit was very bare, I had to have some accessories that stood out, and these earrings did the trick;
I got this gorgeous paisley mango printed necklace for an absolute steal! It was Rm35, and worth every cent! I love how traditional it looks but can be worn on a daily as well. The details on it are really intricate & classy;
Just to add some bling and colour to my otherwise plain outfit, I wore chunky bangles in shades of blue and green with rhinestones on it for some glam. I also added a big mother of pearl designed ring;
The night before, I had drawn tiny neon peacock feathers to my nails using this technique; HERE!;
Lastly, my faceeee! I did minimal skin make up for a natural look, but this time since I was wearing something plain, I got to play dress up with my eye make up;
I did a shimmery emerald green, turquoise and bronze mixed smokey eye using my Miss Rose palette (tutorial on this soon!) & played it down with nude lipstick from Stage.
My teardrop pottu was from Urban Aura Signature. I am thrilled I got the entire set of pottus from here as I’ve been only wearing those throughout Deepavali;