Mixing and matching pajami pants with three different tops. A fun and simple way to refresh your desi wardrobe.
Let me preface this by saying I’m no fashion blogger, I have no idea how to pose and what the heck to do with my hands! Seriously, someone let me in on the secret. That being said, I love wearing Indian clothes and always wish I had more opportunities to wear traditional pieces. I thought this would be fun to share my desi style!
Mix and matching Indian clothes is one of my favorite things to do. I love pairing basics with different tops, bottoms and dupattas for a varied look. My trip to India after having Little Mirchi was a total bust in the shopping department. I didn’t have the leisure of going fabric sourcing for hours while designing my “perfect outfit”, she wasn’t ready to part ways and my body had changed post baby. I also knew I had tons of clothes at home but I had already worn them with their paired bottoms/dupattas or they needed adjustments.
Now more than ever shopping for basics has become a must for me. I get the best use out of my Indian clothes and outfits and they still feel new! This last trip to India I shopped smarter, a few select pieces, a few alterations to current ones and some basics that I could rotate with things I already had. This is my take on one pajami pant worn with three different tops.
Photography via TC Photography