My Ethnic Look with Anarkali and Chandbalis

My Ethnic Look with Anarkali and Chandbalis
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When it’s about going ethnic, I am just another Indian woman who is crazy about Anarkalis.? So, while browsing through the internet (shopping sites rather! ?), I stumbled upon these websites that sell ethnic outfits most of which are Bollywood replica sarees and salwar suits. There are so many of them nowadays you see?

As far as my memory goes, the frenzy for the Bollywood replica outfits started with Craftsvilla (at least I loved it at the first instance). Not only that, the outfits look so tempting and at a throw away price, that any woman would fall for it. So, I zeroed on this black anarkali with golden zari work and broad gota at the borders which I simply loved at the first sight.❤️❤️


The process was smooth, as I received an instant email confirmation from the provider on purchase. They were on time and I was more than happy that it was my first buy from Craftsvilla. Yes, on opening the stuff and after wearing it on I can say that it’s quite different from the actual product but looking at the price it was still worth it. It’s different that my inches are a bit inflated, so please ignore those super curves of the model!? ,So when, I was up for a casual evening event I flaunted it with great excitement. What better than black that gives an instant lift to your entire look? While the dress was a perfect fit for the evening, it even made me appear slimmer.

Black Anarkali

Coming to the accessories, I matched my #blackanarkali with the traditional #Chandbali ❤️(my recent high-street buy which I so like) and a simple cuff that balanced the zari look perfectly.


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