Saturday, October 31, 2015

'Wander & Meander' - In Cape Season!

She is free in her wildness, she is a wanderess, a drop of free water. 
She knows nothing of borders and cares nothing for rules or customs. 
 'Time' for her isn’t something to fight against.
Her life flows clean, with passion, like fresh water.” Said Roman Payne

Untold, little secrets? I wander & meander too often, sometimes in my comfortable silk linens & sometime in a flowing Cape.

This outfit is Classy & Fabulous, just as Coco Chanel wanted you to be.

You can get Pull this with Drop of a Hat, gather your Blacks, throw a Cape, Pick you bright Bag,
seriously you are good to go (Sic: I don't like word serious, that much but for lack of better word)

From Time to time, trespassers noticed and complimented on the Cape, as much as it deserved the attention at the Fashion week.

A Fashion girl will truly be loyal to her Cape, Forever. Are you?
Last I styled it was for a Fusion Look for Post 'Float Around' Feat Jaypore

What do you think of the Look, it really needs no low-down, and this is a little too perfect & Occlusive for the season ahead in Delhi, Picture Diary from the Fashion week:  

What I Wore :

Turtle Neck Black Crop Top & Red Tote Bag  : Zara
Black Denims & Waterfall Cape : Forever 21
Ring: Blur store
Shoes : Billabong
Multi-stone Bangles : Shop Chic Saga
Gold Danglers : Pushkar, Street shop

Photography by: Tarun Chawla Photography
This Guy Behind the Lens is for keeps, Yay !

Location : NSIC Okhla Grounds, AIFW SS 15
Styling : ByMuse

Are you Taking a Cape route, soon enough?

Diwali Special Outfit posts coming soon on The Blog with a huge giveaway. Lookout!

Till then Bask in the Glory of the winter evenings <3

Here is what you to should do, hold your Coffee Mugs & Light your scented candles, Its time to wander & meander.

Early Diwali Greetings & Truck loads of love to everyone.

Till Next


Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Story of a Baroque Shirt!

The name Baroque has Portuguese origins, it actually derives from Baroco, that means “irregular and rough stone”

Something so irregular, has a preface to story , hence a post as the ode to this Baroque shirt which indeed was a hidden gem in my closet until I styled it for a Fashion week Outfit. 

In words of Giulio Carlo Argan, “Art is nothing but a technique, a method, a way to establish a communication or a relationship; to be more precise, we can say that it is a technique of persuasion, that must be aware not only of its own possibilities and means, but also of the dispositions of the audience it aims to address to”.  

I love the fact that Baroque feels like Art .It is constituted by a multiplicity of subjects, A vocabulary where the signs can be interpreted as you like, thus avoiding an oneness of things.

It's totally Art wear, Baroque is Classic and its only legitimate to give it your own twist.
I used my White Floating Palazzo to style it & a Vintage ring.  It's my Canvas & look how it all came together ?

Amid-st Flurry at Fashion week AIFW SS 2015, it felt as if I was floating in my own whimsical world in this Floating Outfit. It also satiated my craving for mixing white with colors. Inserted with a lace bralette & my simplistic pearl choker.

Flip, Baby Hair Flip!

My Patent

Hoping you like Story of my Baroque Shirt!

What I Wore :

Baroque Shirt : Zara
White Palazzo : Street Find, Khan Market , Delhi
White Lace Bralette, Clutch & Reflectors: Forever 21
Ring: Blur store
Pearl Choker : Street Find,GK M Block Market

Photography & Concept by: Tarun Chawla Photography

Location : NSIC Okhla Grounds, AIFW SS 15
Styling : ByMuse

Special mention for this Brilliant guy behind Tarun Chawla Photography for capturing my outfit so well & within few minutes, no sweat there! It helps his insanely amazing eye for details & it only helps that he is a chiller. Giving Hair flip a major chance on the Blog <3

I cant wait to smell the evening Coffee & some earthy color hacks, Its Autumn Breeze here in Delhi. Every thing is going blurred & Dreamy , so should be our outfits. My Grey Overcoat is waiting to shine on the Blog.

Loving every bit of it.

Till Next