Growing up, I would wear a Shalwar Kameez for Holidays or traditional family functions. Now, I like to bring these custom rich elements into my daily style. As society becomes increasingly global, I relish the ability to infuse a multi-ethnic fashion sense with a truly bohemian aesthetic. The shalwar pant originated in South Asia, and is favored for its comfort and durability. The soft pleats drape beautifully, and can be worn by both men and women. Typically made in light weight fabrics it’s a perfect style for warmer climates. Styled here with a rust-toned, silk midriff camisole, the dusk color palette is speaking to me on these warm Florida evenings closing out the summer.
Top: Free People Eclipse Brami | Bra: Free People Lace Triangle Bra | Pant: Texas Sari Sapne Shalwar | Kimono: Pins + Needles Kimono from Urban Outfitters (Similar here) | Jewelry: Mala Beads from Thai Meditation Retreat, Rings from Free People & Aldo, Bracelet: Serefina Heishi, Ten Thousand Villages Auspicious Symbols, Costa Rican Artisan & Vintage (from my Grandma’s Collection)