Sunday 27 July 2014

Summer Love

I've been splurging a lot into "girly" clothes lately. I always felt that floral prints or lace were not meant for me. Nevertheless, I decided to buy this off-white gathered lace skirt that I found in Janpath. I had been thinking of experimenting with lace and this skirt seemed fit for a perfect summer outfit.
As always, I went with a minimalistic look so that main garment doesn't lose focus and also because, as I am on holidays during this shoot, I'm not carrying much except my clothes. :P
Lover of block colours, I paired the skirt with a coral coloured tank top with cut-work detailing on the neckline, which is very much in vogue nowadays. Leaving my hair open and messy, I completed the look with my 3 Mad Chicks sling bag and white ballerinas with floral pattern cut-outs.
Let me know if you like this look!


Top: Pret Castle by Siddhartha Upadhyaya
Skirt: Thrifted
Bag: 3 Mad Chicks
Eyewear: Emanuel Strazzi Panache
Footwear: Allen Solly
Lip colour: Revlon
Photography & Editing: Suhany and Vartika Yaduvansh

Friday 11 July 2014

Maxi-mum Comfort

I am quite busy with college work nowadays. Travelling from Delhi to Bangalore to Srikalahasti (Andhra Pradesh), it's been a hectic and tiring week.

I was in Bangalore for the first time. It's a beautiful city and weather is so pleasant. The army mess campus we were staying at too is so nice. Tall trees, greenery everywhere. I was already regretting not planning anything for this city.
So, this is basically an impromptu photoshoot. I had no plans to go clicking in Bangalore, but the weather and the surroundings were so perfect!
We were going shopping and I wore this floral blue-green maxi dress. I love maxi dresses. They're very comfy and I feel they make me look taller. I couldn't accessorize much since I had only packed essentials for this trip. I paired the dress with the only ballet flats and bag I was carrying. The shoes and the dress complement each other quite well. The overall look is perfect for a pleasant day, looks and feels comfortable. Go through the pictures and decide for yourself. :D



Maxi: Vero Moda 
Ballet flats: Allen Solly 
Bag: 3 mad chicks 
Lip color: Revlon 
Photography & Editing: Shikha Sharma & Vartika Yaduvansh

Wednesday 2 July 2014

Chokhi Dhani

I decided to go traditional for this post. I too am one of those people who believe that every girl looks pretty in Indian-wear. I'd gone on a college trip to Jaipur to learn the traditional Rajasthani dyeing and printing process. There I bought this beautiful blue printed long skirt for my mom and also wanted to try it on myself. :D 
I paired it with a bright yellow racerback top and a peach spaghetti. I'm also wearing a metal neck-piece in earthy colours which I think is looking really pretty against the yellow colour. For footwear, I had to hunt my mom's closet and finally found her silver kolhapuris to complete the look.
Moving on to the pictures.
Listen to the song I've embedded while going through this post. Rajasthani vocals with electric guitar, bass & percussion. The feels. :P


Skirt: Jaipur
Vest: Thrifted
Spaghetti: Allen Solly
Kolhapuris: Mom's
Neck-piece: Add-ons, Kamla Nagar
Lip-colour: Colour Bar
Photography & editing: Suhany & Vartika

Tuesday 1 July 2014

Back to School

Everyone usually chooses the outfit first and then the accessories, footwear etc to team it with. But for this post, I had to choose an outfit go to with my shoes. 
I painted this pair of canvas shoes in bright geometric prints a few days ago and couldn't wait to flaunt them! I chose this denim front open dress with a crocheted Peter Pan collar and my green tote bag to brighten up this look. Leaving my hair as it is, I decided to give this look a geeky edge by putting on my black wayfarer glasses (I love these metal frames! Worth every penny) & wearing a bright pink lipstick.
The dress and canvas shoes combo reminded my photographer of a school girl, hence the name.

Dress: Thrifted
Tote Bag: Be for Bag
Shoes: Relaxo, hand-painted by Vartika
Lip colour: Revlon
Eyewear: Emanuel Strazzi Panache
Photography & editing: Suhany and Vartika