Party is a word that brings a rush of excitement, once the excitement tide hits its peak the realization of the outfit struggle kicks in. For every occasion we want to wear something new, but practically it’s not possible. You just can’t keep on buying the clothes just for a single party or a shoot. Being a blogger, it’s my daily struggle.
“I have already posted a picture in this and now I have nothing else to wear!”, Typical Me.
How about using a Dupatta you already own and creating a new outfit?
All you need is Legging, Top, Dupatta and Voilà!
Continue reading “Party Ready In Budget”
Wishing you all a Happy New Year in advance!
The New Year is around the corner and how about slaying your traditional look. Traditional suits are so amazing. One cannot just cover the lovely embroidery with the layer of sweater or coats. Slay your traditional winter look with the velvet or fur stole. The perfect way to stay cozy and classy at the same time is by wearing a suit made up of velvet or another warm fabric. I picked up the velvet suit with maroon tone. Continue reading “Slay The New Year’s Party In Traditional Wear”
wait! What to wear? Indian, Western, Contemporary or what? Options are endless but the comfort and classy are my basic needs for any occasion. One should always feel comfortable in the dress and wear it like a second skin. For the same you need to pick according to an occasion and the location. Diwali is one of an important festivals. One just can’t compromise on the looks. Continue reading “Festive Chic: Diwali Lookbook 2017”
Diwali is almost there and We are super excited for an unlimited fun and family time. But
Pearls are one of the safest bet when it comes to the style with elegance. Heavy Dupatta with the comfortable Kurti is the latest trend. All it takes is a highlighting Dupatta to flaunt. I picked up the suit in pastel shade with the white thread embroidery all over it. The detailing of pearls to complement the beautifully made antique border is something to die for. Continue reading “Pearls And Pastels- Traditional Affair “
Every girl must own at least one outfit with the pearls.
Continue reading “Welcome The Festive Season In style ”
Wohoo! Festive season is finally here and I couldn’t help but think about all the pretty outfits and the colours of the different cultures our country has to offer. Festivals are all about dressing up in the lovely traditional outfits and enjoying the little things all together; especially Sweets (giggles). In traditional wear we have unlimited options like Lehanga, Saree, Patiala Suit, Kutis, Palazzos, Trouser, Indo-western, and I can go on and on.
Festive season is around the corner. Time to get our outfits ready for an occasion but what to wear this festive season to stand out? Should we go for the Patiala Suit, Anarkali Suit or some kurti? Well, how about a threaded embroidery on a happening shade? Sounds cool to me, what about you? Continue reading “Splash Of White On Tangerine”
Raksha Bandhan is here. The festival to celebrate the love we share with our siblings. The promise to irritate each other whole your life because that is exactly how we express the love for each other. Festivals are the way to make you realise about the importance of relations and Rakhi represents the bond we share with our brother/sister. But the first thing that crosses our mind is what to wear? And this thought alone consumes a large amount of the time. Kurta is always a safe bet for such occasions. Continue reading “Raksha Bandhan Outfit Inspiration ”
online shopping. Continue reading “An Ethnic Golden Affair Ft. Myntra”
Need a nice dress to attend a wedding or some function? Indian ethnic dress shopping can be so much fun. Well, buying a new dress is always a good idea. I am a huge fan of Indian dresses with nice detailing. The options are huge in market. But quality and embroidery is something that can make a huge difference in your ethnic dress. From where to buy is always the most difficult question. I am too lazy to go out, visit a store and try on few dresses then come home exhausted. I mean seriously? You want just one dress and shopkeeper is going all-gaga about it. No matter how irritating you find him, he will keep on convincing you for each and every piece he has got. I hate this part of the shopping and prefer