Showing posts from January, 2016

Fashion Issues

How many times have you guys faced issues when it comes to styling a particular piece? Or you've bought something with a lot of excitement but by the time you reach home you realise may be you won't be able to carry it off? A situation, which I suppose, each one of us has definitely faced atleast once in our lifetime!

Similarly happened to me when I came back with these gorgeous bluchers! Considering the look, which is big & androgynous, I kept wondering if I'll end up looking like Ronald McDonald. Eh?

Coming to the outfit, I attempted to style it with a turtle neck cropped tee along with a pair of cropped cigarette trousers. The gingham texture added variation to the solid tones! An olive green overcoat because all I can see now a days is people wearing black, beige or grey!

Since the look was quite casual & easy going, I also added a cap, which also kept the sun's rays at bay! I completed the look with minimal accessories (here: triangle studs) & nude lips.


Floral Tales

Whenever one thinks about winter dressing, one also come in terms with the hindrance to wear those favourite flowy dresses! Yes, layering is an option but how many of you would want to hide that gorgeous dress of yours under those heavy knits? I personally didn't want to go for those monotonous maxi dress + jackets or midi dress + pullover combinations this time.

So on sunny winter day, I decided to opt for 'layering under the dress' trick. I wore an extremely warm Heatgen™ thermal top & leggings (by Marks & Spencers) under this full sleeves floral maxi dress. What I loved about this maxi dress was the dark floral pattern over a softer hue - Dusk Blue. So wintery yet so vivid!  Since it was a flowy breezy piece, this sleek belt helped in accentuating the waist.

Keeping the accessories minimal, I paired these geometric earrings in matte gold finish along with the outfit.

Being a sucker for subtle make-up that I am, pink tone for the lips & elongated winged liner is …

Monochrome Effect

Even though MONOCHROME gives a very Sixties connotation, one can easily sport this black and white trend now by giving it a fresh, modern makeover. Since I was not very keen on pulling out those skinny jeans, jeggings, etc. (yes, I am off them since a couple of weeks) and wanted a more sophisticated yet very on-trend look, that's when these high waisted wide-leg pants came into the scene. An absolute stylish staple, isn't it?

Instead of pairing it with obvious tank top or button down shirt, I chose this sleeveless blouse with ruffled neck & a sassy cut. The feminine silhouette injected high-impact glamour into this easy evening look. You can switch the blouse with a crop top for a day out. The belt helped in accentuating the waistline! Did some light layering with this Marsala-hued leather (faux) jacket. Who knew that something as edgy as a leather jacket could go so well with these flowy pants! Wide leg pants & heels go hand in hand. It gives you an elongated illusion, pe…

Friendly Affair

First things first, introducing this new face, Garima.

She's the yin to my yang,  the ping to my pong,  the normal to my crazy!
*Together since 1995*
Coming to the post, where Delhi's weather is playing insane games in form of chilly mornings & balmy during day, making one think as to what to wear, that's how we thought to show you outfit ideas with basic layering!

Keep your heavy knits at bay, and get yourself into light layers to get through the cool mornings & as the day gets comparatively warm you just get out of them. When everyone relate winters with deep dark tones or neutrals, how about adding vivid colors to your look? Garima paired her Dark Green basic tee with these slouchy jogger pants! To add a chic vibe to the outfit, she threw on a Royal Blue blazer. Minimal accessories & leopard print pumps, eventually elevated the over all look.
Those long lustrous hair with soft curls can give anyonea twinge of envy! ;) I layered a khaki green top with a light knit stri…