Saturday, 1 March 2014
HOW TO ROCK A YELLOW/NEON BLAZER : A bright coloured blazer look good with almost anything neutral.. You can pair it with your favourite blue, black, grey or white jeans/pants/shorts.. Also, it can be worn with pastel camouflaged pants and ripped boyfriend jeans. If you want to make a statement, go in for the striped Zara pants in black and white!
Friday, 28 February 2014
Wednesday, 26 February 2014
So we were just trying to check the background that me and my friends created for my room and what we discovered was amazing! It’s great for selfies, fashion shots, group pictures and many more things, HAHA!!! We call it our new “Photo Booth wall”
Well The Black and Yellow Checked felt dress with the wave like bottom frill and pleats was a find on the streets of Thailand and so was the Leather and Metal belt. The heels are from Red Herring Shoe-licious!, #Debenhams. Stockings are from #Topshop.
Street shopping Rocks! <3
For #teenvogue #fashionclick #fashionblogger
Thursday, 20 February 2014
Camouflage has been really in lately, so when I found this fabric at a local textile expo , I instantly decide to stitch these into cargo style fitted pants. Moving away from the typical camouflage, it was of a floral nature.. Combined with the leather boots it was comfortable and affordable. The material for the pants costed me as low £5 and rest of the stuff is from #zara and #primark. The whole look costs under £50.. So its the budget fashion kinda look.. I hope you all like it..!
With love, for #teenvogue
Saturday, 15 February 2014
Valentine’s day is all about love, and i celebrated it with my first love, Fashion. When I first saw this bag in Thailand , I instantly fell in love. It’s a Hmong embroidery bag. Let me tell u more about it.
Hmong textile art aka Paj ntau or Paj ntaub, or "flower cloth" in the Hmong language; sometimes transliterated as pa ntau, consists of textile arts traditionally practiced by Hmong people. Closely related to practices of other ethnic minorities in China, the embroidery consists of bold geometric designs often realised in bright, contrasting colors. Different patterns and techniques of production are associated with geographical regions and cultural subdivisions within the global Hmong community.
It’s so great that each region of this world has such amazing accessories. All that we need to do is have an eye for the same.
Bag : #National gems gallery, Thailand
Coat : Neon Pink Tweed coat, Customised from a local shop
Neon pink Top and white Jeans : #zara
For #teenvogue , #teen-vogue
Wednesday, 22 January 2014
I woke up this morning to another non-sunny day. So, I looked at my closet and took out my favourite Pink Silk Scarf and started planning my colour palette of the day around it. As I grabbed my yellow Zara high neck and blue top, my Blue zara jeans popped out, resulting in these exact the words “awh yess”. This was because they went missing after my sister raided my closet last week haha. I paired these up with the polka dotted H&M coat and high Boots that I scored on the thai streets. Threw on a few animal inspired accessories from Forever 21 and was good to go!! *wink* *wink*
Hot blue Top : #Zara
Sunshine Yellow high neck Sweater :#Zara
Grey polka dotted Coat (gift from my sis Nancy, Love you didi) : #H&M
Pink Silk Printed Scarf : Silk Emporium, Bangalore (India)
Orange and Turquoise leather Bag with Animal print faux fur detail : #Guess
Blue Jeans : #Zara
Tweed Boots : Thailand Streets
Horse Bracelet, Rings and hair accessories: #Forever21
Red Nail polish : #Maxfactor Glossfinity in red passion 110
For #teenvogue #teen #vogue #sidhuji