Effortlessly Beautiful this Summers ft. Aurelia

Dressing in light material, bright shades & floral prints, staples to an effortlessly beautiful look for the summers right? Now what if I told you, you can get all this even in your Indian wear (and say goodbye to those jazzy looking suits) & look chic! Surprised right? So was I!


Whenever we go to buy Indian wear we either get outfits that are too heavily done up or that are just too simple. I somehow don’t find the right kind of combination between modern and classy, somehow I always felt either the Indian wear was too loud or a little too dressy and worst was it making me seem older. Aren’t you also on this perpetual quest for chic Indian wear? Now that you know we share the same sentiment, it shall be fair that you trust me when I say; Aurelia’s Spring Summer Collection is something you just won’t be able to resist. Trust me you will feel the same when you see the images, because pictures do speak a lot more than just words do.

I decided to put together Three different Indian wear Looks with Aurelia’s Spring Summer Collection (that I instantly fell in love with) and here is what it looked like!
Photography Courtesy Kruthika Pillai (Instagtam- @kruthika_pillai)

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  • Delicate Darling

Delicate looking print oozing elegance. And of-course the pink just adds that feminine touch to the look. You do know that blush pink is super trending right now so this makes that perfect day wear outfit for any season. I opted for a magenta coloured palazzo to add that touch of brightness to the look and of-course the crystal drop earrings gave the looks that extra touch of elegance.

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  • Little Miss Sunshine

Hello sunshine! Summer time is the time for all the yellows and oranges to get out of the closet with a bang. This kurta was kind of my favourite because of its cotton linen feel. The most appealing and summer perfect fabrics are the cottons and the linens. Ideally the bright colours work best paired with the classic colours (whites and blacks), if you want the yellows to really stand out. Again I couldn’t help pair this kurta with a pair of palazzo pants not only because palazzos are trending but because the loose feel is quite airy and comfortable than clingy lowers!

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  • Glam Chica

How about not being typically Indian and OTT with the bling! I love bling and there is just no harm in a little bling-a-ling but at the same time we don’t want to blind the crowd do we :p This outfit being black is best for an evening occasion. Play up the look with a different coloured bottom and different coloured dupatta like in this look. Of course me being me, I love being unique so I did a turban style to give this look that extra glamorous factor. But head chains or mattha pattis also look quite fabulous when wanting to play up a look.

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 You can check out the rest of the Spring Summer Collection on Aurelia’s website- www.shopforaurelia.com 

I hope you all enjoyed watching me in this desi avatar that I rarely get into but I absolutely felt comfortable because Aurelia wasn’t the typical kind of Indian wear. And I did style it also in my own way to give that TSC touch 😉 Don’t forget to leave your comments below because the encouragement does really motivate me to do more.

For any queries or suggestions drop me a mail at aleena@thestylechair.com or just find me on Instagram @thestylechair

PS. If you liked the turban look and wish to try new styles with a scarf then watch my YT Tutorial-

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