One kurti, two looks ft. Dittory

By Hand On The Hip - 2/16/2018

Hello everyone!

Do you religiously follow trends like I do? What are the current trends that have secretly drawn you towards them? In the past couple of years I have been majorly attracted to printed sneakers, velvet tops, bell sleeves boho dresses, anything with tassels and pom poms and holo sling bags. At the moment I've been drooling over Anarkali maxi gowns and trust me, they're the definition of fusion. I just found a brilliant looking piece with kalamkari prints all over it at Soch. It was priced at 2K and my heart sank a little. Since affordable fashion is my thing and I am incredibly broke right now (and always), I had to walk away from it, no questions asked. Just when I had almost given up on my dream of owning the perfect Anarkali maxi, I was introduced to Dittory. I have curated two looks with my dream kurti and tried my hand at self-portraits (I know there's a lot of scope for improvement, but good start, don't you think? :D), but more on that later.

What's so special about Dittory? Dittory is my fairy godmother! Haha! We'll get to that part later. What's the first thing you do when you shop online? You tend to compare prices on various websites, right? It can get tedious at times. What if I told you that someone or some thing was doing it for you. Well, Dittory is a well crafted internet based invention that helps us get our money's worth. Dittory comes in three forms - a web extension, a website and a mobile app. It's basically a tool that helps compulsive shoppers like us compare prices, shop smartly and go easy on the pockets. And if you do not have a laptop, fret not. You can download their mobile app!

Let me explain to you how it worked for me. I decided to resume my Anarkali gown hunt and after a lot of R&D, a couple of green teas, some cyber window shopping, this beautiful kurti-dress from Libas caught my attention. I wanted it. I wanted it so bad! But my budget was 1000 bucks for that pretty thing and I found it on a website for 2000 bucks. But guess what? I had already installed the Dittory extension on my browser. Their genius Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithm helped me navigate to websites that had the same outfit at highly discounted rates. I got my outfit for 799 INR on Myntra and did not think twice about purchasing it. That's why I call Dittory my fairy godmother.

They also have this really cool feature that notifies you whenever there's a price drop for a product that you've been meaning to buy. Check it out here!

Styling notes about my two looks with this beautiful Libas kurti

1. Go full blown desi

Some bold ethnic jewelry and a big, round bindi can completely transform you from a little girl to a beautiful, independent, Indian woman in no time. I have been really attracted to big black bindis lately and to give it that desi factor, I made a neat bun with my hair.

2. That casual dinner date look

I wanted to see if I could wear an Indian dress and yet look very western. I achieved this look by  giving my dress a shape with a black belt and some black pumps. This look is perfect for a dinner date with your loved one.

Curiosity took over and I paid the website a visit. They have a bunch of products (clothing, accessories, footwear etc.) and you can instantly compare their prices on various e-commerce websites. I am glad that I can finally buy what I want and pay the best price for it. If you love shopping online like I do, then the only thing missing in your life is this extension on your Chrome. Install it right away and shop away to glory!

Hand On The Hip

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