Street Style photographer Abhimanyu Singh Rathore has shot some terrific images from the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival for us this year. Today we’ve got scarves, chandelier earrings, pattern and layers. Do check Abhi’s fantastic Ishtailista blog out, as there are many more lovely images of Indian style on it. Be warned, if you’re having a grey and damp start to the year, you may want to drop everything and head out to Jaipur.
How gorgeous are the beautiful embroidered scarves in the first image? And I love how those bright trainers add a shot of colour.
Oh, the scarves!
Love the indigo, love the layers, love the hats, don’t they look like they are having a good time?
Deeksha Singhal, fashion lecturer and friend of Abhi’s, told us “Experimentation with hair colour was a trend. Grey hairs brushed with pink ends and paired with a saree were as fascinating to look as blue hair with boldly printed panelled skirt.”
The layered patterns and textures look so strong in the sunshine, note the chic green lizard skin shoes finishing off the outfit above….fabulous.
I think I need another scarf…and perhaps some chandelier earrings…..
Abhimanyu Singh Rathore is a style blogger and photographer at Ishtailista Blog . He is forever on the lookout for not just current trends but a fantastic personal style and loves capturing people on the streets of India. He has a deep appreciation for colourful Indian kitsch. He has been documenting street style at ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival for the last 3 years.
How flattering is a shawl, I will wear one today and look romantic.
Does anyone know what make those lovely trainers are? Not Indian I hope.
Love these pics (yesterday and today). So inspiring to see these beautiful women looking so at ease in their bodies and their clothes. The combination of stylish flats, fabulous textiles, layering and a great bag works so well, doesn’t it? Helen x
Now just hand over that coat in the 8th picture and nobody will get hurt!
What fabby photos (and ladies) these are – lovely.
Glad they brightened your day womenfolk!