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Magnificent, my Hindou friend, Magnificent.
I have been crusading...nay, jihading...nay, non-violently starving myself...for more ethnic-wear...nay, clothes from other lands...on WAYWT....but it was greeted with ridicule and derision, until now.
As with any Bollywood movie set...the colour combinations leave me blinded. Every colour in the rainbow is there and gushing at you at lightening speed. I love the pink turban. I would have preferred a pink tunic....but the cream with the bejewelled whatevers, accented with red paisley whatevers, looks fine.
But the shoes...those shoes...that is not authentic! I know! Not gaudy enough. I have seen those dainty slippers made of the same material as the tunic...where is your pair?
The hosiery/pants also seems unauthentic..it should me more wrinkled...like stockings that have seen better days...and made from the same material as the tunic...
And why are you not standing in some jiggly pose in front of some cardboard TajMahal cutout...
All in all, magnificent! You wipe the floor with Shahinshah's Taliban-inspired drop-crotch itchy-wool terrorwear. (I'm not saying that's the same culture as yours, I am not an ignorant fuck, I am not American)...
not another land - this was in scottsdale (cousin's wedding). honestly i wanted something less ostentatious, but i literally got this kurta last minute and it's the only one that fit - i would not combo red with pink otherwise (pink being the colour for all the bride's side's pugrees/ramallas). i opted out on the punjabi slippers and stuck with my clunky derbies. the pants are proper kurta pajama bottoms - the legs taper a lot, if i pulled up my kurta you would see 40something inch waist pant cinched to my 29" - drop-crotch-style.
it's fuckin hot in arizona during the daytime... thanks for the compliments
ah, sorry. I thought you were HIndu. I guess you are also Muslim. What a surprise! This thread is chock full of them.
The bride is from Ramalla? Holy shit...how did she get to Scottsdale?! God be praised...she must have had quite the ordeal to travel out of the West Bank...I heard security is total nightmare when you are leaving the Occupied Territories to go and get hitched...plus it can't be safe...I heard Ramallah is one of the most volatile places in the West Bank...something explodes there at least once a week.