When in doubt, wear something with the thread work. No matter what the occasion is or what is the exact time of the day, you can never go wrong with the thread embroidery. When it comes to the casual wear, I have most of my ethnic collection in black or white thread embroidery. White and black are the only two shades that make any outfit look classic. During Summer, light shades look more appealing as compared to the brighter ones.
Being a Fashion blogger, I get to try all the kinds of silhouette, but there is something really special about an ethnic wear that always leaves a great impression on my work. Punjabi suits are something always on the top of my list that includes the Patiala Salwar with short kurti and a dupatta. No matter how fashionable you are or how many outfits you own or which brand you prefer; when it comes to being yourself one always chooses the roots of his/her existence. I am from Punjab and no matter where I go, I always have that soft corner for the Punjabi attires. Continue reading “Being Punjaban”
Being a kid, I was obsessed with bows and pink. I remember the time when I used to wear those cute dresses with the bow on the back or on the neck. Fashion goes around in a cycle, what went out of fashion will come back today or tomorrow. Trends keep on changing every season, it is what makes it more interesting and fun.
I have a never ending love for the pastels. Pastel Blue and pink have been my all time favorite. They never fail to give you an elegant look with the classy touch at the same time. When it comes to the summer I prefer lighter shades over the brighter ones. I feel the Punjab’s burning weather makes bright colors look even brighter during the sunlight. So I mostly go with the lighter shades, but pastels are the best replacement for the bold shades. Continue reading “Pastels & Ruffles”