Sunday, 24 December 2017

RSVP it with Afamado

New Year's Eve is right around the corner and while there are a ton of options as how you would be sending the night away,I had to come with a new y ear lookbook. The choices to go minimal to outrageous in terms of dressing up is completely one's choice but I chose on to find 6 beautiful dresses to gather everyone attention.
So I nosedived straight ahead to get you guys a beautiful lookbook idea for New years eve. As a plus size woman, the options are limited but certainly out there.The fact we all vie for Black, in particular, I got down to searching the perfect black dress that would suit most body shapes when it comes to us curvy ladies.

My first inspiration obviously dates back to my first pick as vintage. My hair was put up in a curly mop of 40's by The mad Hair scientist.I paired my dress with a sequinned clutch matching it with my shoes(yes, sometimes I do play by the rules).

What I absolutely love about the dress is how beautifully shapes up the silhouette and this is only a possibility when you have a dress made to measure. Afamado does just that, the fabric used is such that clings to your body in the right way hence it's important to keep the fit in regard. The statement sleeves have these beautiful Morticia Adams to it and I absolutely love the exaggerated flare. Trust me you had be absolutely comfortable without worry about plunging hemline or necklines. The dress can be purchased here 

you can accessorize it with different belts and achieve a different look every time, that's what a versatile LBD can do.  Wait for my next 5 dresses to find your perfect dress until D-Day! See you super soon

Dress Afamado
Clutch Kunsta by Diksha
Footwear Intoto
Earrings Vajor
Hair Sanky Evrus
Photographed by Kaustabh Kale

Friday, 15 December 2017

Victorian Candyfloss featuring StalkBuyLove

There have been so many inspirations throughout history that I strive to try on my blog. Yes, I 'm much rooted in the history of fashion like that but unable to translate the entire look.

Also one of the reasons I don't do it is not to make it look entirely costum-ey! Is that even a word?
Here's my mood board for this post,I always make one before I write my posts -hence decided must post it too!

My love for history has actually enabled me enough to be a lecturer at a design school in Mumbai- this gives me unprecedented access to lots of books. So while I was teaching my classes about Queen Elizabeth I swelled deep into not books but documentaries/ movies. We see the influence time to time in different variations but what if I had to make it my own, how would I do it. I wondered.

Story's second part goes on to how much I surf online shopping websites before doing anything else on the web is not even a joke. To get me in my zone I need to know what's happening with the e-com retailers. So I stumbled upon a pink shirt dress with beautiful collar. Now okay, I have very little or no neck(m no hate there) but I wondered if I could carry the dress. What the heck, I ordered it anyway-the things pink can make you feel. Cut to Goa and on last Day I knew how perfectly my Intoto heels matched my dress and my clutch from Kunst. I had to do something about it.

And could I have found a better location with a better name---PINK CHILLI
We started to shoot the look and Sanky did the most wonderful tight curls-Well I do look like somebody caught up between the kitsch time machine of today and Victorian era really. This looks however put together may not be what I imagined it to be but this is why I started the blog really. To feel unsettled, to take more fashion risks and not know what result I had wished upon.

My eye makeup is really a simple winged liner and pink lipstick to complete the overdose. You can get this dress from StalkBuyLove, heels(absolute love) from Intoto and beautiful sequinned clutch from Kunst by Diksha.

Thursday, 14 December 2017

My Bacardi Weekender with Lastinch & a bunch of Right folks

There is a time for a lot of firsts in our lives.2017 definitely was one of them and one of a kind. Right from being featured in ELLE to wearing swimsuit publicly to attending NH7 to watch Cigarette after Sex (total legit goal if you ask me), I have experienced quite a few personal goals these years. Yes at 26 these are goals for, as frivolous as I may sound.
And if you haven't gathered thoughts around my hints already Yes this is a mere lowdown on what I did at NH7. I definitely planned on documenting all my looks and things I did there but in complete honesty, I was completely absorbed (or maybe feeling myself too much) in the vibe. I had not expected to enjoy so much as this was going to be my first-hand experience at well everything to do with Weekender.

Personally, I'm extremely big on planning. I really like my travel lines to be absolutely figured out in terms of logistics and stay options, I will always have a second option ready in the back of my head. So until Thursday night, we did not have a place to stay and well then Pransh happened. He owns a beautiful Duplex in Koregaon park which was enough for us eight people.

For all three days, I chose extremely basic outfits, something that I would be comfortable for the whole day.I even repeated my Goa outfit for the second look.
My emphasis was more towards the hair. Hence for my first day, I chose to go with an extreme disco trashy vibes for my hair and makeup. Sanky chose to give me a very textural wave for a soft and effortless appearance. The Partings vary from middle to deep off-centre positions, while lengths are pulled forward to sit loosely over the shoulders. Hair has a soft sheen rather than matte texture. My makeup was big spidey lashes with mauve eyeshadow, On my lips, I wore a sheen pink lip cream and kept my skin extremely glossy. The shirt is borrowed from Sanky's closet paired with a metallic cami from H & M and OLD NAVY shorts.

For my last day I was watching my favorite band Cigarette after sex  I chose to wear a comfy t-shirt dress by Lastinch with beautiful detailing in of course a punk way.
Youthful and playful, pigtails emerge on the streets of Seoul and Tokyo. Styles range from double plaits to bubble ponytails which are created using colored hair ties. I wore my extremely comfy trainers.For My makeup, I Underlined My eye literally With Turquoise.

Day 1


Day 3

Sunday, 3 December 2017

Happy Spaces With Vajor

As a creator, I often myself deriving inspiration around me to weave a story. I had kept this dress as a memoir 'cos it looked like something my grandmother would pass on to me and when I happen to visit maternal home I was more than happy to flutter it around.
So come Thanksgiving and I know we are not an American family but nevertheless, we wanted yet another reason to be thankful for everything we have had and things that were yet to step in our lives.
What is unique about the space is its beautiful sepia-toned lighting and cosy spaces that make you want to bundle up with a book and chai and not interact with anyone but yourself. I say pretty similar to what the dress does to me too-the beautiful hand block printed along with foil detailing is as bit comfortable as it is festive.
Enough room for that yum food on the table and realm with tassels and pockets,
the right amount of ruffles this dress will keep you more than engaged.
I'm wearing a size XXL which is a lil loose for me given its silhouette but honestly, the dress needs absolutely zero accessorizing and you guys know how big I am on maxis that need minimum styling-this is your go-to dress. Here's a glimpse of my family time sans the familia from the picture but I will definitely show you space around.

I will see you on my Instagram feed waiting for your suggestions and feedback for my next blog post, till then Xoxo