Hello everyone and Hope you all are doing well! I am back with another Ayesha Accessories post and this time it's all boho. If you guys have been my all time readers you all know how obsessed I am with boho and oxidized jewellery. It has to be that one statement boho piece in you jewellery collection that you adore. I personally feel it gives you that Indian touch in any outfit you carry and adds on to the beauty! This post is dedicated to the boho babe in me and talks about layering being the lastest trend. So without any futher a do let's get started! :D
Clicked by: Angad Panjari
MUA: Namrata Kataria
Location Courtesy: Mojo's Bistro, Vashi
So one fine day when I entered the Ayesha Accessories store the first thing that caught my attention was the coined neckpiece. It is such a statment piece and can go with anything and everything you wear! Also to addup I picked up a bracelet and wore it like a choker on my neck. Plus I wore a small neckpiece with three layers. With this I picked up some finegr rings and a pair of black tassel earrings. I paired up all these things with a white midi dress and a bohemian pull over. Layering has become my all time fav style of putting together the pieces I wanna wear in a single go. It not only becomes the essence of the outfit but also adds on to the beauty of your entire look. A lot of us love putting up more than one piece while dressing and therefore layering has it own charm. 'Ring it up' heard of this term? Wearing more than a ring on your fingers is now a thing for you ladies. It looks fab and so stylish that I couldn't get over it.
Dress: From my old wardrobe
Pull over: Haute Curry
Accessories: Ayesha Accessories
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