A little bit of Green

Hola Amigos ! Welcome back to another blog feature this lovely Sunday afternoon! I came across an interesting fact with regards to the evolution of Jumpsuits in fashion – The first Jumpsuit was invented in 1919 by Florentine Thayat and it was launched as a subversive and liberating garment meant for the Futuristic period. The first jumpsuit was cut from one…

Trend Alert: Pajama Shirts

Hey Guys,  I am super excited for this blog post for many reasons, one being its my first collaboration with this amazing Melbourne based boutique called the Inzagi Stores. When they approached me to collaborate on ideas that were fresh, inspiring and true to my style, it was a hard one to pass. The second that almost instantly grabbed…

Separates & Coordinates: The Wait

Hi Guys, Welcome to my next instalment for separates and coordinates. I have always loved and wondered what a thematic pictorial would feel like. I have always seen the likes of them in premier fashion magazines like Vogue and Harpers Bazaar- models depicting a mood and accentuating a certain demeanour in their poses, it not only brings about a subdued energy…

Somewhere I’d rather be …

Hello Everyone,  First, my apologies about the false post last weekend and secondly on being a week late on this scheduled post. I was about 51,000 feet above the Inidan Ocean when my post arbitrarily decided to publish itself and phish your emails ! Hopefully you are following my adventures on Instagram to find out more.  Now, apologies aside, lets get down…

It feels a lot like Spring

To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring. -George Santayana

Au revoir Winter!

Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.’ – Coco Chanel

Separates and Coordinates Part 1

I don’t know why it took me so long to feature something i love so much- matching separates, two piece and co-ord sets. I would wear them everyday if i could. So it only seemed apt that I bring out a new feature in ode to these beautiful garments corresponding in pattern and texture.  Co-ord sets are…

That Embroidered Jacket … Part 2

Hello everyone, now that we have come to the concluding feature for “That embroidered Jacket”, let me tell you, I was a nervous wreck for this blogpost. One because, I wanted the outfit to be exclusive in itself, and also give it a whole new meaning with the Jacket on. The pressure was mounting and an onerous 50 trials after –…

Wickedly White in Winter

Hey Guys, Welcome to this “wicked” mid-week treat ! The other day, as I was contemplating on a theme, i chanced upon a girl on the street, who was dressed in a hybrid of corporate and formal evening wear and she absolutely owned it. I have found that the greatest of inspirations can be found around…

Winter’s Warmth

This year, winter’s been particularly ruthless. The city has been blasted with icy winds, torrential rain and hail that gave us frosty days and frigid nights with zero mild days for buffer. I imagine, if I didn’t have to bother about dressing or anything else and just hibernate in the couch in my thickest of robes and woollen…

That Embroidered Jacket… Part 1

Hey Guys, Welcome to my first feature for the Winter Series this year.  A fresh wave of embroidery has crept into our wardrobes, stitching together the best of the past with a new energy -Alice Barrel How true is that? I remember owning a white sweater that had hand embroidered red and blue tulips on the hem and sleeves. It was a gift by…