Roaring Ahead With Our #stayhomedressmore Challenge
Adjusting to a change isn't an easy task. Right?
This pandemic has forced us to make some tough decisions and also restricted us from traveling. Interacting with people, celebrating an occasion, or even going out has reduced significantly. It's time for a new normal. Most of us have started adapting to this change, while for some it is still a difficult road. But let it not hold you back from doing the things you enjoy, for instance dressing up in your favorite outfit.
This led to the #stayhomedressmore initiative, to motivate everyone to get their outfits out and sport a look for a new setup.
Here's a glimpse of the #stayhomedressmore. Let's have a look at the interesting ways our participants styled outfits for a home setup. These outfits include- sarees, dupatta, and kurtas.
- Sneha Gole
A professor and feminist, Sneha has wrapped this Khesh Cotton Saree for an online lecture. It is light, airy and pleasant, making it apt for casual events. The saree has om print in beige on a black base on half, while a vibrant pink on another half of the material. To elevate the appearance, it has been paired with jumkas and bangles.
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- Shalini Sharma
An aspiring blogger, Shalini has sported this Cotton Brasso Print with Chikan work Kurta. This kurta is subtle yet eye-catching. To complete the look it has been paired with a white palazzo and long earrings.
- Sayonara Telles Laad
A working professional and homemaker, Sayonara has draped this beautiful Chiffon Kanchan Phulkari Saree for a work-from-home meeting. The saree has been styled with a golden blouse, pair of earrings, and bangles. It is light, easy to carry, and comfortable, making it an ideal pick. It has a red base with Kanchan embroidery crafted by skilled craftsmen on the entire fabric, and a gold tissue border.
- Saumya Chaturvedi
An influencer, Saumya has styled this alluring Hand-Embroidered Madhubani Dupatta. The dupatta has a dull gold base with floral motifs hand-embroidered and hand-painted on the entire fabric. This piece of accessory has been styled with a white ethnic ensemble, pair of silver earrings, and bangles. It is comfortable, elegant and stylish.
- Aparna Shrivastava
A blogger, Aparna has worn this Georgette Chikankari with Butti design Kurta. It has a black base with multicolored silk thread embroidered butti. This beauty has been teamed with red leggings and pair of shoes.
We sincerely thank these beautiful ladies for their participation in this initiative, and inviting others to join in. Let's motivate each other to love ourselves, dress-up to impress our own self and make a dull day more exciting.
Calling for Participation.
- Starting 1st September we invite you to participate in this endeavour
- Click yourself
- Post it, tag us, tag your friends
- Select few will be featured on our social feeds and website
- Participate in the challenge and get 20% cashback on any item you purchase. Don't forget to tag @phularicom
My beautiful readers, be a part of this initiative. It's time to get dressing while staying safe.
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