Tag: Zara

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My Vision For 2018

Happy 2018, y’all! New year brings new beginnings, right? Some would differ here. And rightly so. Same old house, same old car, same old job, same old friends and same old you, right? Wrong. If you want to live with the same old you, you’ll only be stagnant there till you’re rudely awakened by life from your stupor. Beginning your year, or just beginning … Read More My Vision For 2018

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2 Ways to Style A Simple Asymmetric Top

Hi Guys! I know its been awfully long since my last blogpost. But I am back now and I’ve been working on something that you’ll will know in the next week or so. I’m super excited! Coming on to this post now. Have you ever owned a piece of clothing that was just lying in your wardrobe forever and you always wore it in … Read More 2 Ways to Style A Simple Asymmetric Top

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How To Style Flowy Natural-Waist High Skirt

Skirt: Found in my old bags, Bodysuit: Koovs, Earrings: Zara, Ring: Shazé, Heels: Lavie Monsoons are here! And they always get me in a good mood. I am smiling bigger, laughing louder, sounding chirpier and waking up happier. A lot of people feel the monsoons are gloomy, but to me, they’ve always been beautiful. I’m a water person. My entire travel bucket list consists of … Read More How To Style Flowy Natural-Waist High Skirt

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Valentines with Liberent!

If you’re anything like me, you hate repeating your clothes- dresses, to be precise. Separates are totally workable since I can mix and match them, but dresses? They’re a whole different story. Besides, dresses are just so feminine. Who wouldn’t want to wear a new one every time? Hence, when I came across Liberent, I picked 2 looks for this Valentine’s. The quality of the fabric … Read More Valentines with Liberent!

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How To Break A Traditional Ethnic Into Separates

Have you ever struggled with those heavy ethnic outfits just lying in your wardrobe? I swear, mine only see the world outside home on weddings. Hence, when I came across an old outfit, I couldn’t resist picking the ethnic designed long shrug that was a part of it. You can pick bits off too. Maybe the anarkali top by itself as a dress. Just … Read More How To Break A Traditional Ethnic Into Separates

How To Wear A Peplum Set As Separates

  When I found this amazing textured fabric, I had about a hundred ideas running through my head. Different styles of dresses (using the fabric as a whole or in parts), palazzos, skirts, structured tops, you name it and I thought of it! But I wanted something I could wear as a whole and as separates, something that could fit most occasions. Hence, I … Read More How To Wear A Peplum Set As Separates

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Rosy Red

Red. The symbolisms of this colour are as varied as contradictory amongst themselves. There’s blood and fire, love, passion, desire, heat, lust, sexuality, sensitivity, romance,  rage, danger, malice, wrath, action, vibrance, radiance, and determination. For me, it has always been love and passion. Hence, I always relate it to roses. So when I came across this off shoulder crop top, I couldn’t help but want to … Read More Rosy Red

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5 days of glittery flats challenge!

I love glitter and sparkle, albeit in moderation. So when I purchased these flats from Head Over Heels at Westside, I was so smitten that I decided to take up a 5 day challenge of wearing only them as my footwear. Having a busy week ahead, these were just perfect as they provided comfort, a little glam and the almond shaped toes made them … Read More 5 days of glittery flats challenge!

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Fringe Binge

Everyone has those dark, uncertain phases. And while you’re in the midst of an internal war, there are some external factors, that always – and I mean always- bring peace to you, long enough to make a difference and calm you down. For me, anything that’s a part of nature does it. The calm it brings to me is enough to remind myself that … Read More Fringe Binge

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