Reader's Spotlight (III) | Indian Woman Fashion, Fitness, Food, Style & Travel Photography Blog by Tanvi Rastogi

Reader's Spotlight (III)

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Today's Reader Spotlight is on - Vidhi. 


Hi Tanvi ,

I absolutely love the idea of interacting through this medium. It will help us so much, to to know that whatever we, the readers, are trying to draw from your blog is going in the right direction or not.

I have always loved how you Mix & Match Indian outfits and pull it off as a western outfit and vice versa. This one idea, inspired from your blog, saved me recently at a friend’s wedding. I had absolutely nothing light in ethnic wear. I had heavy lachas or salwar suits and needed something lighter yet ethnic for the routine (smaller) functions. So I picked up these long skirts and teamed them up, once with an embroidered blouse and once with a kurti (tucked in). Added the dupattas from the salwar suits to complete the “Lacha” look. It worked just fine. I am super thankful to your posts, they proved exceedingly face-saving for me .

Much love and big hug for the fabulous blog .

Vidhi.


Firstly, I am enjoying this series A LOT myself, because so many readers are coming in to the 'Spotlight' from the hiding. Thank you so much for writing it, because it is so wonderful to hear from you. 

I for one am all about comfort and less bling in Indian wear. I love how Vidhi has created an outfit out of long skirts, tunics/blouse and a dupatta. Even I hadn't thought of adding the dupatta when I wore a version of this look. It is not visible in these shots, but I do hope that you added some good accessories & footwear with the look, to give it an ethnic vibe. Would you all be brave enough to Mix & Match in an Indian outfit? P.S. Genuine feedback is welcome, nasty criticism is not.  


If you have been inspired by my blog and wish to share your outfit with everyone feel free to email me your photo. If you do not wish for your name to be revealed, you can choose to stay Anonymous.

Special Request Coming Up! ... Now... 

Lovers ... Stalkers ... ummm ... Readers, if you love me, then now is the time to show it. And if you don't ... err what are you doing here? *confused.look* 

Yesterday I entered the StyleBlogger contest at Refinery 29. Now that I have entered it, ... I kinda wanna win it! Would you please CLICK HERE -> scroll down till you see my pretty face (?) and hit th♡ on the left-hand-corner? Simple. What's in it for you, you ask? Well, you get my undying love in return. Its a fair deal if you ask me! :o) Thank you so much in advance and ya'll have a wonderful weekend!     

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35 comments

  1. amazing mix-n -match vidhi..seeing the pics no one wud guess it on the first sight..very impressive..loving this series tanvi...

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  2. thats a lovely look, and yes i will do what u have asked for to get ur undying love.

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  3. Voted! now.. lead lead lead lead... good luck!

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  4. This is a brilliant idea; your reader spotlight series. Looking forward to more stylish readers here;-)

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  5. A big ( online )Hug to Vidhi for not only looking fabulous but also for having the talent and creativity to come up with such an unique sense of style which is so rare !

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  6. Am enjoying the reader spotlights too Tanvi. Your new header is so you:)

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  7. Tanvi , Thanks a ton for the post :)...Its feels awesome to know that all the fellow readers are liking it too...Also , I did vote :) ..You deserve to win it ....much love ..happy Weekend :)

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  8. @Sanghamitra (online) Hug right back at you Sanghamitra :)..thanks a ton :)

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  9. OMG - she looks so beautiful and what a creative idea - I'm gonna steal it lol!! thanks for sharing.

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  10. by the way, I voted for you :) Good luck

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  11. Tanvi,

    You have started a good trend of Mix & Match. Vidhi has done well in this.

    Take care

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  12. just voted for you! nice to meet you Vidni. love this series too. happy weekend my friend. xx

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  13. Voted for you Tanvi :D All the best!

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  14. What lovely outfits! I love mixing Indian styles with western stuff. x

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  15. Love the looks ... had been waiting to see some mix-n-match ideas on the western-to-indian-to-western lines !

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  16. you truly are an inspiration T

    I love your style!

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  17. I hope you win, tanvii!! I just voted for you :)

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  18. It's such a novel concept! I DID try the similar thing once,back in my school days but since I didn't have an embroidered brocade blouse back then,it was a disaster!She made me braver.I'm gonna try it out soon.And do you even NEED to ask me to vote for YOU,Tanvii?If you still haven't taken me for granted,when will you?:P

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  19. Voted! Great post; I love the look on the left - different patterns and colours.

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  20. So glad you entered the Refinery29 contest! Best of luck my dear!

    xoxo
    www.natashafatah.blogspot.com

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  21. She's lovely! good luch on the contest ;)xx

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  22. wow, i've loved this post,so good to hear (and see) how ur ideas work for others!
    love the first look.
    even i mix indian wear and westerns from time to time... i used to wear traditional in India all the time and i brought all the salwar kameez and dupattas to Spain with me, so i keep using them.
    and i love makin maxi skirts with saris :D would love to send u some pics whenever i find the time (and find the pics... should be in some external HD...)

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  23. What a gorgeous girl! Love her look. Have a great weekend, Tanvi. xo style, she wrote

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  24. her looks are definitely elegant. and i voted for you, of course!

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  25. What did I miss? oooh, Gorgeous girly in hot pink! LOVE!

    Good luck with the Refinery 29 contest!

    x.o.x.o

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  26. love the idea..! time to bring out the long skirts from my closet

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  27. Wow! There are so many fashion bloggers....some are really really good!

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  28. This series indeed is a WIN! I love the colors Vidhi is donning. Bravo girl, Bravo <3 especially when I am trying to learn this art.

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  29. That's the way to rock an Indian outfit! xoxo ♥

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  30. I love this series Tanvi. Keep em coming. Vidhi, this is a great look. I don't have many Indian clothes here and this is a great tip on how I can make the most of what I have.

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