Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Tring Tring, Hello Governor !

Hello Governor, I am coming to London ye !
Miss my London days and the summer! Peplums have been coming in for quite some time now and an all black is definitely the day saver! These pictures are from my trip to Greenwich with my mom and my sister. We took a cruise and what an experience it was. I just love water. It was great, I bought some post cards, sent them to my dad and grandma.  Then I got hold of a British #Vogue to read while enjoying the sun. God twas sweet!

Enough of the chit chat about the Wonderful time. Let’s talk about my clothes : 
A self made black peplum top with black sequinned collars
Jeans from #Zara
Ballerinas from #Aldo
Belt from a street market
Got the watch and accessories from #Forever 21 
and the bag is from #Accessorize.

And finally this post is for #teenvogue #Teen vogue.
love ya all xoxo

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Bhumro Bhumro : Tale of the block printed skirt and the Kundan necklace

First of all I would like to enlighten you about My neckpiece made of “Kundan”

Kundan keshri is a traditional form of Indian gemstone jewellery involving a gem set with gold foil between the stones and its mount, usually for elaborate necklaces. The method is believed to have originated in the royal courts of Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is the oldest form of jewellery made and worn in India

My black block printed skirt explains itself but still would love to give little info about it too..

Woodblock printing on textiles is the process of printing patterns on textiles, usually of linencotton or silk, by means of incised woodenblocks. It is the earliest, simplest and slowest of all methods of textile printing. Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method.

Skirt : Jaipur, India
Top : #zara
Neckpiece : #vintage
Bag : #dkny
For : #teenvogue #teen vogue

Kundan and block printing info via #wikipedia