Wear it under a buttoned up collared shirt or over a vintage tee. Perfect recipe for a proper arm party- color, metal, cuffs, bangles, tons of color and touches of neon.
Paint The Town Red:
Every girl needs red shoes! I like my shoes to be as unique as my jewellery. The bottom necklace is from DANNIJO holiday collection – one part Cleopatra, two parts Holly Golightly (Breakfast at Tiffany’s). It’s about bold statement pieces that will take any ensemble to next level chic.
Textured Metals for The Win:
Oxidized brass and iridescent Swarovski crystal discs spice up anything and everything. Wear them with dresses and jeans in a combo of the colored fur and the velvet booties. Textured metal necklaces are great layered; minimalism in a big way. So is this sleek clean collar!
I am just not into traditional pearls. The pearl necklace on the bodice is vintage. It is major! The gunmetal and pearl necklace is old skewl Dannijo. That vintage fur/pearl collar- is cool as shit! You could sew it on a jacket. I love the print on the dress, it feels very Mad Men vintage. Colour blocked bibs are fun and instantly add colour to any look. The oxidized brass and oxidized silver jewellery are classics. Wear one big … Read More »
White Lace Dress from New Look, Striped foil skirt from H&M, Suede jacket by 3.1 Phillip Lim, Heels by Zara.
A few days ago, TataCliq invited me to do something really fun for Que magazine. I got an email asking me to to explore Que, that I will find that was about real people and real stories. Sure enough, it’s for the short girl, the tall guy, the plus sized working mom, the Libran, the perfectionist, the sapiosexual, the drummer, the dreamer and the procrastinator. And y’know what? Que is about as #IRL as I’ve seen any fashion platform get in India. I promptly circulated it among my team for references on how to tell stories that matter. The Style Takeover meant I styled The-Little-White Dress from New Look in a way that was uniquely my own and so of course, I added a foiled leather jacket, a foiled striped skirt and metallic heels. It’s pretty cool to see how bloggers from around the country have styled it too!
Talk about a car that makes you want to go on adventures!
A few days ago, I was invited to a hands-on experience of Land Rover’s New Discovery Sport and boy was it something! It’s a beautiful beast of an all-terrain vehicle and it seems there is nothing this car can’t handle. Land Rover created a one hour long off-road path (or should I say obstacle course), somewhere in the outskirts of Bangalore to drive this point home. We had instructors guide us through how to navigate this beast but turns out there was no guidance required at all, I could’ve driven it blindfolded! It’s super intuitive and works without a hitch on it’s ‘auto-pilot’ modes. The displays are minimal, gorgeous and easy to figure, even for a driving newbie like me. The hero though, and what we put to the test, is the 4 terrain settings of grass, gravel and snow, mud and ruts and sand. And here’s what made it feel like we were inside (a rather spacious) Ironman’s suit, there wasn’t even the need to accelerate or brake in some of these modes as it conquered impossible terrain. It was as though I could will the car … Read More »