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Evening Look For Winters   Indian Fashion Week Street Style Blog - Lookbook |  Full Skirt and Sequin Jacket Diwali Outfit | Indian Festive Wear

Evening Look for Winters

Saturday, 15 November 2014 / , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

We know that these svelte and killer dresses still might not be warm enough to wear without a coat, and the only way to tweak the fall weather or winteriisshh chill is to add a layer- read- SATC Style and just Sprint into a party.
I am getting on and arming myself with lots of black and winter colors, like this dress from dresswe.com . Its sheer, plus has a nice cut with faux leather panels,in a Hourglass structure, and a perfect bring me out piece for this kind of Weather in Indian Calender. The mesh sleeves provides for a little coverage, and a perfect option to get that not- quite-bare-look. I love how adding all gold accents has easily gussied it up for an evening wear or a party look with an edgy aesthetic.
Foggy days are ahead,  and soon the winds would be whipping at an insufficiently-garbed leg, so that we could teeter in heels, and glam and chic may just be a little dis-proportionate. I know for a majority of us, the thinking would duly take its course  from what sequin to sport to how to not let our tucchus freeze off !
So girls, do yourself a favor and don't stow away your beautiful dresses, only for the light of  spring to bring them a glow. Add some sparkle, some glitter, socks if you don't mind(coz its the next wintery thing) and some skin to show off - all but with a bit  of oomph, n be the social butterfly you always wanted to be.
So tell me , what's your take on a Glam winter party outfit ? Sound off below.


Dress: Dresswe.com
Blazer: Worn Here
Clutch: Kazo
Heels: Asos
Earrings: Dastkar Bazar
Headband: Singapore Mall

Indian Fashion Week Street Style Blog - Lookbook | Full Skirt and Sequin Jacket

Friday, 7 November 2014 / , , , , , , , , , , , ,

In no particular order, this was one of the outfits from Wills Lifestyle fashion Week , the ultimate spot and fashion circus for fashion obsessed to sport, what they deem is in trend fashion wise or maybe not.
Funny though it may sound, it almost seemed like an adult Prom with the all Gup-Shup on who is wearing what, and who is pretty close to the runway curve ? So you like , what am wearing . hmmm ! The rain of compliments have the usual age-old questions - Which designer are you wearing today ? Whatever happened to street style and mixing and matching of irreverent street finds ? It really daunts on me that even the street style has the term "STREET "- A sidewalk style which need not necessarily be made up of catwalk clothes with illustrious labels ? So why this question anyway ? I think that the idea of mixing luxury and mass market fashion is very modern.I have proved my love to pairing designer labels with street picked stuff, even if its only in the accessory part. Its just my style, and a new era in fashion for me, which I am exploring and  Seriously there are no- rules :)

Jacket- MixMatched- Sonya Shukla- Via SBJ- Buy
Full Skirt- Bangkok
Shoes- Bangkok
Earrings- Bangkok
Tassel Hair accessory worn as Bracelet-  Dastkar(100 INR)
Bag- OASAP
Choker- Khan Market(street shopped)
On Lips- Mac Rebel / On Eyes- Mac Pigment 



Autumn Layering with Indian Bandhani Print Maxi Dress

Friday, 31 October 2014 / , , , , , , , , , , ,

Hope You all had a great Halloween ? I just came back from a tiny escapade to Pench Tiger Reserve and it was one of the most  thrilling trips we had in such a long time.... More on that in future posts.
Its a known fact, that I have some admiration to mix Indian pieces with a bit of modernism. I don't know when this style sprung up, or what Inspired me at that moment. Safe to say, I like experimenting things , and the appreciation was the the only driving philosophy behind all this little brushstrokes styles, I have been trying out.
Sometimes , its the contrast of colors, that works the best, or maybe the prints, but their is something so substance fueled about Indian handicrafts that conjure the Inventive Imaginations into something that it takes an instant switch for me to turn up the level of fusion wear Incarnations on my blog.
For this outfit, I picked up the beautiful colored Bandhani Print Maxi dress from Bandhej, and tried on this embroidered jacket, and I was sold in a minute. The color complements so well, that I took a minute to warm up to the decision and brought them home. I can't wait to explore more hybrid patterns and fusion staples that I could bring forth with these prints, and display my freewheeling mix of Indian culture on a platter for Y'all !!

Diwali Outfit | Indian Festive Wear

Thursday, 23 October 2014 / , , , , , , , , , ,

Happy Diwali :)
I wanted this post up today morning, but something or the other kept on clinging.Wore this outfit for a Diwali party and some fun with friends, and wanted to keep it less on Bling and high on Zing, and the colors of this skirt and choli, scream the true vibrancy of this festival. I have never worn rainbow colors in such a beautiful form, and when I was shopping for my karvachauth outfit, somehow my eyes were fixated on this piece, which has a timeless beauty of its own. The best part- it would never be out of trend ! I had worn this blouse earlier during fashion week , with pants, and I can just right now think of so many more ways these pieces could make my wardrobe staples tune in with each other.
I am leaving for a tiny vacation in few days, so let me Keep it short as of now, and run to do my Diwali pooja, before its too late. Hope you don't eat too much sweets , and even if you do, don't forget to sweat it out, coz it won't be fair to not slip into these beautiful dresses again :)