Skirting Around Delhi

Before it gets too cold, it’s better to take your favorite skirts and dresses out for a spin! I did the same last night when I went out for a family dinner in Delhi. Though I wanted to wear a dress, but then the idea of wearing a sweater with one of myfavoritevintage skirt sounded better. You wouldn’t believe if I tell you that I bought this skirt from avintage store in Phoenix, a week before coming to India! And I had been wanting (and waiting) for a good occasion to wear it out! It’s such a beautiful skirt and in prime condition! Yesterday night was perfect. We had some crazy fun – a family dinner is never boring! What say?I chose to wear abright colored sweater with this black and white printed silk skirt. I could have easily opted for a monochrome blouse with it, however, I wanted to add some color to the outfit. Hence, I wore a bright pink sweater with it. Wearing heels in India is not a very good idea, especially when the roads are not heels friendly.. Anyways, I also wanted to add some edge to this otherwise girly skirt, hence I opted for these leather boots. These are oh-so comfortable and chic looking! I could never get enough of them!On another note, I just realized today that I have already spent 4 weeks in India, good times simply fly! And this weekend I am travelling to Jammu (on a religious trip)..
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Sweater: Tommy Hilfiger | Skirt: Vintage (similar here) | Shoes: Cole Haan | Watch: Invicta

Author: Ritika Sahni

Wife. Mother. Blogger. Coffee lover. Fitness Freak. People watcher. Beauty admirer. To sum up - I'm high on life..!

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