Tibetan chuba

By Lady Blunt - 8:18 AM

Este vestido tibetano, llamado chuba o chupa, fue el modelo que elegí para una de las fiestas con más glamour del verano. El traje típico tibetano se caracteriza por tener una amplia falda que se dobla hacia atrás y se anuda a la cintura, y suele llevarse con una camisa de manga larga debajo. El mío es de seda azul con bordados típicos en dorado, qué os parece?

This tibetan dress, known as chuba or chupa, was my choice for one of the most glamorous parties of the summer. The typical tibetan attire has a wide skirt folded towards the back and tied around the wais, and is usually worn with a long sleeved blouse under it. Mine is in blue silk with golden motives, what do you think?






Vestido/Dress: from Leh (made by tibetan refugees)
Sandalias/Sandals: Aldo
Pendientes/Earrings: The Bombay Store

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12 Comments: FEEL IT, SAY IT!

  1. I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS ONE.
    IT LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE MINE <3<3

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  2. So different yet amazing!
    totally amazing

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  3. Wow! Gorgeous! Love the colour! It looks so perfect on you.Following via GFC+Bloglovin,dear,xo

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  4. hey Sugar, you looking fab. I love the fact that u wear the local attire of the countries u visit and u wear them so well. I loved the saree u wore when u were in India.. You looked smoking hot and pretty. And now this also looks fab on u

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  5. Oh my! That dress is just too gorgeous and luxurious. It looks really great on you! :)

    Jenn
    The Pink Lemonade Girl

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  6. WOW! from Tibet? really? that's super cool!
    xoxo

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  7. What do I think? That dress is amazing! I love the cut and fabric.

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