Mumbai Diary Part 4 of 4- Impromptu Indian outfits feature

Hey readers, It feels strange to bring you the final post in this series after a really long time. It almost feels like a movie sequel being made after years..ha ha! 
This post brings you a glimpse of some of the creative fun I had while in Mumbai. I simply love the unlimited possibilities there are with fabrics, design, style and custom creation, all to fit in your budget too! So I’ve been looking forward to occasions to sport my self designed outfits!!

Take a look at not just one but two outfits..

Occasion– Birthday dinner and mock-tails at ‘Zaafran’- a classy restaurant 
located on the scenic Sydney Harbour, offering a delectable Indian fusion cuisine
Custom creation 1 This beautiful moss green ‘tussar’ silk fabric I got made in to a
smart kurta (top) The hi-light of the outfit is the silk tribal print dupatta (scarf) that 
I fell in love with at first sight!
Green ‘tussar’ fabric and silk dupatta, off white leggings- sourced from local store
in Mumbai
, Dull gold clutch- Forever New, gold ballet flats- Rubi shoes 

Custom creation 2– A kurta (top) made out of a silk stripy fabric that was meant to be
 a dupatta (scarf). The fabric was a bit of an ‘ugly duckling’ case and no one in the family
liked it, but it turned out quite interesing as this top! 
Custom creation 3- A delicate, simple yet outstanding little creation, designed using
emeralds and diamonds, this pendant satisfied my desire of possessing
precious stones (somewhat!)

Pretty bangle set: sparkly emerald green that works well with both the featured outfits

Indian designer wear has truly evolved fabulously over the years and there are numerous options to suit everyone’s taste and style. It has been on my wishlist for so long but I guess that “Masaba” dress or saree will have to wait for a while, in the meantime I’m enjoying self creations!

P.S. I absolutely love ‘Masaba’ creations, her style is unique, quirky and top class!


  1. Ohh thr it is the final post on ur mumbai fun!!! Ur self creation of dupatta to top is brilliant n the accessories look so rich!! I also loved the dupatta of ur b’day dinner outfit!!

  2. You look pretty good in Indian ethnic wear. The first snap of the post is so mind blowing. I was wondering if you have ever tried with designer saree for your post. If you wish, we can do an outfit post with you.

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