Thanks to the heat wave we’re currently facing – the idea of even sourcing knitwear to style for a shoot made me break into a sweat. Little did I know that walking into Benettonto source from its knitwear collection would completely upturn my pre-conceived notions about this textile.
Quick outfit post I shot while driving through Waitomo, on our way to Auckland. What’s it about these dreamy colored walls you find when you’re travelling that make you want to pull over and wonder about what went through the artists mind when they chose this milky aquamarine hue for a stretched building across the road from Subway?
Wearing a printed floral playsuit from one of my favorite Indian e-shopping brands, Stalk Buy Love. They always pamper me with the latest trends and I swoon over how their size S fits me just right. For a finishing touch, my all time favorite CAI just launched their pom-pom sandals that scream summer, making for an easy call.
It’s no surprise that I’m just another victim of this omnipresent pollution that engulfs most of the metropolitan cities here in India. Internally and externally, it’s affecting us all in a MAJOR way, and today I’m going to be talking about combatting it on one my assets – my hair.
I quickly realized though, that I couldn’t completely combat the pollution all by my own and so the next best thing on my list was to shield myself from it. In doing so, it hit me that coating my hair with expensive protective serums just wasn’t enough as it wouldn’t do much for the itchiness
Glamorous with an underlying sense of satisfaction. My ‘moodboard’ for my Sangeet night.
The first element of the outfit that enticed me was the magical hue. An otherwise drab grey, uplifted with intricate bronze hand-work, to give me finally, an insanely alluring color palette. That’s the first collective reaction I received on my outfit. ‘Such an unusual color.’ Woohoo, my unique check-box was ticked.
But evidently, this wasn’t the only check-box this lehenga was planning on over-ruling. It found it’s way into this little crevice in my mind so comfortably, that once I had seen it,
While planning my wedding outfits, I asked myself to describe what I wanted my ‘look’ to embody in one word and only then did I kick-off the detailed planning of each ensemble. My ‘one word’ for my Mehendi outfit was ‘Magnificent’.This was the hour that I wanted to look and wear the brightest, most striking outfit that would in some way, reflect the happiness I felt in my heart. Lucky for me, I had the most perfect designer to give me just what I wanted, in terms of grandness, volume and flamboyance. My outfit was customised for me by