Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Festive Flare

Happy Diwali everyone! It is the amazing time of the year when there are lights everywhere to tell the story of victory of good over evil. The atmosphere is full of positivity and wishes of prosperity for the upcoming year.

Free flowing silhouettes are the most comfortable to get the festive party started. This season's favorite - flared pants - are sure to fulfill these needs. Not only do they look ethereal but also glamorous if chosen in rich fabrics like raw silk or satin.

Images are sourced from Lakme Fashion Week site

It is really easy to style it and in solid colors, it mostly looks good on any body type. So, I tried this trend for the very first day of Diwali, keeping it simple and enjoying the movement it gave me. 

Flared Pants : Code - Lifestyle Store
Tunic (Divine Intervention) : Missa More 
Clutch : Gift 
Shoes : Local Boutique
Earrings : Linking Road

Also, a plus point is that the loads of sweets eaten also get easily hidden. Aren't these the moments to let your hair down and enjoy? Well, for that, this is a definite go-to for this season.

Until next time,


Sunday, November 8, 2015

The other side of me

I would have never imagined myself in a grunge look, let alone modelling for it. It didn't take much time or efforts to come up with this concept. It was for a college assignment and my group mates and I just went for it. However, the weird thing is I had never seen myself like this before. So, pulling off this look felt like an achievement! Of course, when you have a really good team to work with, you are more comfortable doing it.

I am in for experimenting with my wardrobe. Your style is what you stick by and which defines you at the end. To get into someone else's shoes feels weird at the beginning. Slowly you realize you are bringing more of yourself into it and suddenly it looks like it is just another look you pulled out from your wardrobe. Isn't this experimental phase weird? Although, it was so much fun. 

Unfortunately I don't have the details for this look. Since it was a styling assignment, I think our group did an amazing job of putting together the look from each one of our wardrobes. Picture credits go to my friend Sejal Goje, she definitely brings out the best in me. 

Until next time,