Miss India Wali Feeling – Namrata Joshipura collection

Standing in front of the mirror and praising yourself is what every Indian girl does once in a lifetime, and so I did. 

Miss India is one such title which I always wanted to feel. One dream!! Big stage !! Million hopes !! Best jury !! India’s best designers outfits. What else can a girl dream for? 

If you have followed my Miss India 2017 coverage, you must have seen these 30 girls from every state looked stunning in beautiful outfits by India’s leading designer Namrata Joshipura. 

Well, these girls looked stunning in these amazing collection by NAMRATA JOSHIPURA. 

Do you know the motive of fbb it believes in  Making India beautiful ” and keeping their promise fbb brings for every girl “Miss India wali feeling” collection inspired by the MISS INDIA range for the MISS INDIA in you designed by NAMRATA JOSHIPURA.

Collection itself speaks its style and trendy look. 

I have tried and created 3 looks which I loved a lot personally.

LOOK 1: Casual yet stylish 

Orange Crop top: Rs 999 /- 

This crop top is so well to go with any denim and will add style to your dressing. I paired it with my blue denim. 

LOOK 2: Indian fusion style 

Kurti: Rs 1299/- 

Well, this is which I really not clicked me at first but when I tried I just loved the texture and style of this kurti. Paired it with black palazzo. 

LOOK 3: Party hard

One piece blue dress: Rs 1499/- 

Blue is what getting my fav these days and so this is now in my wardrobe simple yet classy design by Namrata Joshipura. 

Every collection will sure give you ” Miss India wali feeling”.  Check out collection in nearest store and #wearwhatmissindiawearning 

Check out full coverage here on my youtube channel: 

Photography: Mayank Verma(better half makes me look more beautiful 😉 ) 

Don’t forget to post your lovely comments …

 

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54 thoughts on “Miss India Wali Feeling – Namrata Joshipura collection

  1. Am very curi­ous to read more about FBB and the Miss India here in your blog. Loved your looks espe­cial­ly Indi­an fusion.

  2. Beautiful pictures of beautiful ladies and stylish attire. 🙂

    My experience of the the fashion industry in the west is a less positive one, for a very long time the industry has favored and promoted very slim women to a point that sometimes young girls make them selves ill in a bid to fit this stereotype. unfortunately, then it becomes unhealthy. we are making progress slowly and now talk about ‘plus size’ models that are celebrated for their natural beauty too. We still have a long way to go though. I hope you don’t mind me mentioning this and it is a very short summery of my experience. I wondered how this compares to the industry in India?

  3. Wow Ruchie this posts is such a visual delight. From the moment I had seen you blog link I was waiting to read the entire posts since the topic is so amazing. Loved the posts thoroughly and I am for sure going to check out their collection soon.

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