Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Indian Princess party



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London Bloggers:



All in their best Indian princess attire attended a party I had the honor of hosting at my flat...

We watched and listened to Bollywood circa 1960 
Draped ourselves in vintage dead stock flower garlands
Guests chose various Indian beauty products
Drinks, cake, and incense were all rose flavored/scented

I found all my Indian goodies 
(even my Sari and shoes) 
in Southall 
Which is a Party in itself 
(Especially if you are as into Indian textiles and culture as I am BIG TIME!)

The two indian dollies are antique!
Indian barbie stuck in the gluten free cake made by Morgan
 is dead stock from the 1960s




16 comments:

Rebecca Kummerfeld said...

How amazing! You guys all look absolutely splendid!

Nicole Eymard said...

It was pretty fun!  Didnt they all look amazing!!???

Annalise Furman said...

Awww...I miss your parties! This one looks like a blast. Everyone looks wonderful.
XOXO

Caitlin said...

Oh my gosh!!! It looks so fun! I wish I could have come!! :(

Elizabeth Mackey said...

Why didn't Pierre dress up :)

Nicole Eymard said...

Haha he wanted to paint himself in blue but we couldnt find paint in time

Nicole Eymard said...

;)

Nicole Eymard said...

ME TOO!

SACRAMENTO said...

I would love to be in one of your parties one day, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Janie Barton said...

I feel a bit sorry for your partner. I'm not saying he was forced to attened (I know he lives there), but the only guy stuck in a room full of girls is a bit weird. If I was one of those girls I would feel awkward about there just being one guy there, whether he your partner, friend, or other, taken or not taken. He just looks out of place. 

Mary Van Note said...

Looks AMAZING!

Mary said...

I usually love the things you post, but this is just straight up appropriation. Saris mean something to people other than a "costume" to wear for a party. What was the purpose of wearing them? Why take someone's culture and use it as a dress up party? 

Nicole Eymard said...

I answered you  in my newest post.

Nicole Eymard said...

I wish you could have skyped

Shannon Richter said...

:)

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