Red Pants + Giorgio Armani

I was feeling exceptionally experimental with this look. Even though the sequined jacket seems to be having an ASD itself  – it didn’t stop me from sporting these in-your-face-red pants.
|| Wearing Mango sequined blazer, Promod tank, Accesorize pearls, Hong Kong boutique red pants, & Colaba causeway nerd glasses ||
I’ve been trying to think out-of-the-box for my photographs, and I’m loving it. Are you? 

 Giorgio Armani is promoting ‘Acqua for Life Challenge’. This movement is promoting access to drinking water alongside the non-governmental organisation Green Cross International to raise awareness of the issue, to provide a minimum of 40 million litres worldwide of drinking water to populations without any access to it, primarily children.

Question is, WHAT CAN WE DO?
For the purchase of a bottle of Acqua di Giò or Acqua di Gioia, each customer will
have the opportunity to double their donation of 100 litres of drinking water by going onto the Internet. The participants will then be invited, through a personal code indicated on the outer carton of the chosen fragrance, to extend their action online. Click here for more information.
Have you done your bit ?
Click on the widget on my sidebar and get started!
P.S. : I finally got a Facebook fan page for Style-Fiesta. Get liking!

Mustard Window

When in doubt – look into your moms closet. No, honestly – You will find things that you never thought you would. 
Believe it or not, this vintage shirt was bought by my mom 20 years ago. ( FYI, thats before I was born.) Things have a way of coming back to us don’t they? And when such GORGEOUS things are the in concern – hell, why not! 
This shirt has got the most immaculate elf cut and although these pictures don’t do justice – its a beauty. 
Im wearing Mustard jeans from Bershka that got me drooling from the first time I set my eyes on them. Not your everyday shade – but with the current obsession on brights, its crawling into being one of my wardrobe staples! 
My basic pearl necklace took an interesting twist in this post. Think sling (minus the bag). I stumbled upon the idea by accident, but once it was there – naturally draped across my shoulder, sliding down my shirt – it looked surreal. 
|| Also wearing Marks and Spencer shoes, Coloeurs bag, Vintage bracelet, Forever New sunglasses ||

My sincere apologies for being MIA for so long. I was drowning in my books and exams. But now that Im done with this torturous week, Il be back to the usual 🙂 
Also, exciting news! – I was in the Cosmopolitan India, March issue, in a blogger feature. Will post pictures soon!

Thank you for the shout out SummerSkin! Check out my feature on ItsNikki here!

Lots of love,
Masoom R. Minawala

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Blogging – The new black?

When exactly did blogging take over our laptops, our free time AND our social lives? When exactly did it crawl its way through our busy schedules and place itself like the big elephant in the room. (One that we’re all willing to acknowledge)
We’ve gone digital, AND HOW! Blogger, wordpress, facebook, twitter, youtube, online publications – THIS is the new world – where everything is just a few taps of the keyboard away.
One day I was a business student, next I was interacting with an odd 400 international fashionistas, sharing blogging tips with the future Anna Wintour’s, discussing John Galliano’s personal life like he was my neighbor, blogging for a renowned brand and writing for an online fashion publication, but most importantly, I was LOVING every bit of it.
On another note, a little inspiration ♥
Karl Lagergeld dresses Coco-Cola.
 Mariah Carey’s Closet. Drools.
Christian Louboutin Fall 2010/11 campaign
Issey Miyake – Fall 2011
(Images unless linked are via weheartit.com)
Good news and bad news!
Good news – Steve Madden is coming to INDIA!
Bad news – John Galliano is officially out. (And the downfall of Dior begins.)
P.S.: My friend Aparajita was sweet enough to make this amazing new header for me. If any of you guys are looking for a great header, hit her up at aparajita94@gmail.com – her work is fantastic!