Sunday, 23 October 2016

Button Down Maxi Dress

Have you ever seen an outfit on a celebrity and wished if someone could create an exact replica for you? What if I told you there is a website which does that?!! Exciting right! Clevoria is a website where you can upload photograph of any outfit you like, give your measurements and thats all,you just have to wait for your outfit to arrive! I stumbled upon a purple front slit maxi dress on Pinterest, and instantly fell in love with it. I uploaded the image on Clevoria, and their team did a fantastic job of creating this masterpiece.

The fabric, the fit , the color everything is perfect! Exactly as I wanted it to be.

Go checkout Clevoria , an make your dream outfit come true!

Photography: Igota3rdeye x Kevin Christo

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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Pink Blazer and a date!

This is what I wore to a recent lunch date. I wanted to wear something non fussy and easy to manage.Something which didn't require my constant attention! Since it is a lunch date, you can wear something which is not OTT, nothing with too much bling nor jazzy. Try to keep your accessories minimal. And in makeup, if you are wearing a bright lipstick,play down on your eye-makeup,and vice-versa. Whatever you wear make sure you are comfortable in it.

An all white outfit was the first thing that came to my mind, so I paired my all time favorite white shorts and a basic white tee with an off-white Lavie bag .Finished off with a pair of heels for a dressier look, & added few minimalistic jewelery from Kayesha. Still my outfit seemed incomplete,a bit too laid back for a date.I was looking for something to complete my look, raided my wardrobe and chanced upon this baby-pink blazer. I had forgotten this beauty inside pile of clothes. A pop of color was just what this outfit demanded.  And this pink blazer did just that.My date turned up in relaxed chinos and a polo t-shirt. So here's a simple look for a romantic date.

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Friday, 30 September 2016

What to wear this Diwali!

With Dusshera and Diwali fast approaching, the one thing I am excited about is shopping! I am sure many of us can't wait to dress up in colorful Indian wear and enjoy the festivities!

Though shopping is fun, Mumbai's traffic makes it a taxing task ! With little time to shop, I am worried about wasting whatever little time I've got  getting slogged through traffic.
This is one of the reasons I prefer online shopping .
Online shopping sites are a blessing for us lazy bunch . Infact I prefer to shop online rather than going to the malls,  they save so much of my time and energy-so why not!

With festivals just around the corner,  here are few tips on What To Wear this festive season:

For those who would prefer to stick to the traditional way, these are few outfits I would suggest:

Saree : You can never go wrong with a sari. This season is all about pastels and subtle designs, try a saree in peach,mint, lavender or camel color with a hint of shimmer or sparkle. Pair it with a boat-neck blouse,add a piece of jewelry or two and you are good to go! Handloom silk sarees are   making a come back. So raid your mom's or grandmom's wardrobe,I'm sure you'll find a good saree in there!

Lehenga Choli: Again I have been seeing a lot of pastel coloured lehengas of late - on the ramps, at the weddings, on Instagram-they are everywhere! It's good to see brides  ditching the traditional colors and trying on fresh colors and design.  Apart from Pastels, you can try something in purple,blue, canary yellow and deep pink.

Kurta, Anarkali, Pakistani Salwar Suits: Again go for bright colours, steer clear of reds and maroons, and make sure that the style and design suits your body type. Don't go for anything too heavy and gaudy. Keep it simple. Add on a heavy jewellery if you think your outfit is too simple.

 Apart from these traditional outfits, I would suggest mixing and matching Indian wear with western wear, like pairing a kurta with a maxi skirt, sari with a crop top or better yet, with a printed shirt! Dhoti pants go well with a crop top, or wear it with a solid t-shirt and a waistcoat. Pair wide-legged pants with a kurta or a kurti.

Coming to accessories, silver jewellery is making a splash this season, coin neck-pieces, jhumkas,silver bangles, earrings, anklets or payal as we call it, try wearing one or two from these and you sure will stand out from the rest.

At the end of the day, make sure you are comfortable in what you wear ,after all style is all about what comfort.
 Let me know what are your planning to wear this Diwali in the comments below.

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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Outfit: Back to College

My outfit today is perfect for college going girls.It is simple ,no-fuss and easy to put together.
I am wearing a pair of blue high-waist jeans and a striped knit crop-top. For ladies who commute to college by trains and buses,I would recommend wearing something similar to this outfit,as it is not only easy to carry off,but also look cute at the same time.

A pair of well fitted jeans in 2 shades, couple of basic t-shirts and one or maybe two flannel shirts are few of the basic pieces you should have in your wardrobe. You can easily experiment by mixing and matching,layering outfits and by adding few accessories like scarfs,jewelry or a hat! Thong-sandals, Ballet flats and sneakers are few of the must haves in footwear! You can try simple ballet flats like the one I am wearing in this post. These nude flats are from Tedish. These are fully lined in leather. A perfect combination of comfort and style.

Tedish is an online website selling luxury footwear. Headquartered in Paris,they work with top talents to ideate and bring out the most stunning luxury footwear designs. You can check more of their collection at . 

Photography: Igota3rdeye

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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Fashion Jewellery for the Working Women!

As a working woman, the limited option to wear accessories to office has always saddened me. You are forced to stick to boring earrings and simple necklaces, having same old designs. I have always wanted to try something different, something modern and elegant, yet simple, and which is not OTT. But my search for accessories with modern designs yielded no results, due to  lack of Indian brands selling such minimalistic jewellery.

That’s when Kayesha approached me, their designs are crafted for the working women. They have a wide collection of fine jewellery for every day wear. I like how they have focused on minute and delicate detailing, they have used different semi-precious stones and zirconia. You can buy their collection online, presently they are selling on various e-commerce sites.

Now coming to my look today, I have styled this Salmon-colored wide legged pants today. Worn them with a good fitting white top, as white goes well with Salmon Pink! I wore a wine colored lipstick to add a pop of color to my outfit!

Let me know what do you think of this look!

Photography: Igota3rdeye

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Saturday, 20 August 2016

Little White Dress

I like to mix and match Indian wear with Western, and that’s exactly how I have styled today's outfit.

I fell in love with this pretty white summer dress from Shakumbhari, I loved the fabric-the fabric is light weight and the delicate blue thread work makes it more appealing. The first thing that came to my mind when I saw this dress was my Payal. Silver and white go best with each other, and I ended up wearing my silver necklace and payal with this dress- sans footwear! This would be my choice of outfit for a day out at a beach.  Adding Bindi, Jhumkas, Payal,Nath and Bangles with your western outfit are some of the few ways to style Indo-Western style.

And guys do visit Shakumbhari- it is an online website with a wide range of ethnic and westerm wear specially designed for Indian women! Apart from this pretty white dress, I also got to try a white Kurti from their collection,which you can check here.

 Photography: Igota3rdeye

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