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How To Wear Indo Western On A Curvy Body Ft. Label Mithi Kalra


As much as I love India, its cultures, its traditions and its fashions; I must say that it is not easy to keep up with the forever changing social trends that India is so popular for. The moment I start feeling comfortable with one particular trend, bam, there is something else in the style-o-sphere. But me being the curvy princess that I am, I prefer taking up trends and fashions at my own pace, one style at a time. And today, I will be sharing with you curvies how to dress up in an Indo-western attire without looking like the trend was forced upon you.



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I honestly believe in wearing whatever you feel confident in, or what you really like. Even if the dress is not the best suited to your silhouette but if you love it, I say go for it girl! So coming back to today’s post, I had since long been hearing about the indo-western, especially the cape to be really trending the, as I like to call it, style-o-sphere; so I thought of jumping the wagon with one of the best budding designers in Delhi, Label Mithi Kalra. Mithi, a really young, but very talented designer, designed an indo-western gown with a cape keeping in mind my curvy figure and I can’t thank her enough for it.




For those of you who do not know, though young, Mithi has already showcased her collection at Runway Fashion Week and her dresses sell like hot cakes here in Delhi. So, returning to the dress, it is a simple, subtle attire which makes a statement nonetheless. I had never worn a cape before, and I was skeptic about the design of a cape being flattering enough for a plus size figure, but to my surprise; Mithi’s hard work really paid off and the dress did quite some justice to my curvy silhouette.

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Apart from the super flattering silhouette, the fabrics involved are something that makes me fall for this dress all the more. Undoubtedly, Mithi Kalra Label is a classy name to abide by, but more so for the quality, they deliver. The gown, which creates the base of the dress is a proper cinch and flare sleeveless dress made of a very cool georgette fabric. And as a cover up she has given a velvet cape with unsymmetrical hem and gorgeous antique gold borders. The cape not just adds that extra glam touch to the outfit but also acts as a gorgeous cover up for heavy arms. All in all, I could not have asked for a better dress to jump start my Indo Western journey.




Honestly, this is my first time wearing a Designer label and only after wearing one do I realize why is a designer dress so different from a regular dress you might get stitched at a boutique. But from two years of seeing and handling fashion stylists and designers for work purposes, one thing I can assure my readers off is the personal touch Mithi promises and the way she makes sure to get the most flattering dresses for her clients.

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So what do you think about this one masterpiece of a design from Mithi Kalra label? Let me know your opinions in the comments section below.


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