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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  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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