Here's the outfit, and what I put it together with - I didn't really accessorise much because I though the kameez was blingy enough, and I also had a slightly worked hijab too (not to mention the metallic trousers!)
I paired the outfit with a blingy ring and some golden strappy heels, and that was enough for me (I actually forgot to look for some bangles to match, but I think I didn't need them in the end!). My favourite part of the outfit is the neckline, which is beautifully embroidered with dabka (metal) work and crystals. The trousers also had some small embroidered motifs at the ankle.
Kameez outfit - RDC London
Shoes - Kurt Geiger
Ring - Ramsha, Ilford Lane (see here)
Clutch Bag - Indian Hanger
And this is me wearing it all together, you can't tell properly but I'm also wearing a slightly worked hijab (actually from another outfit) which I used instead of wearing a blingy hijab pin.
Overall, I really liked the kameez for this outfit (I was slightly less in love with the trousers, I love brocade but these made me look slightly like a modern-day MC Hammer) - and I got a lot of compliments for the beautiful colours. What I really liked was that the material was quite sturdy for the amount of work on it - I always find with chiffon outfits, they get torn and ruined very quickly if the work gets caught on it. Because this was georgette, it doesn't tend to catch as easily and holds the work better. As always, my clutch bag went perfectly (I've used it so many times and always got compliments!) and the outfit itself was very easy to accessorise. Definitely a piece to wear when you get sick of wearing long dresses!