I am someone who has always romanticized the idea of rains. A good downpour gets me into the mood and my creative juices flow, I feel fresh and happy but sometimes, on days like these, I feel extremely sad. Today, I think, is one such day. But why all this information, you might ask? Well, for me how I dress, what I wear on a particular day, and how I wear my clothes, in general, is an important way to reflect my inner-self to the world without having to explain things verbally.
Summers are almost here but I just can’t get over Spring and so I’ve come up with a Spring lookbook for this post and I’m so excited about it.It took me 3 weeks to finally shoot this lookbook. I shot it once before but I wasn’t too happy with the with the backgrounds and then I was so sick for about two weeks that I couldn’t shoot it. Sonal, the founder, and designer of Mabish Store designs simple yet elegant clothes for women that suit everybody. I strongly believe in bloggers who wear clothes that their audience can wear as well and when it comes to collaborating with brands, that’s the first thing that I keep in my mind.
I always say that I love experimenting with my looks but I like to do it in my own subtle way and that was exactly what I did during this season of AIFWAW’17. It was a 4-day rendezvous flooded with creativity both on and off the runway. My looks for all the days were inspired by the current trends along with a lot of inspiration from my favorite bloggers across the globe.
If I am ever asked to choose one color to wear for the rest of my life, it would be Ivory. Now, I know that this is one color that most people are afraid of wearing, but once you get comfortable with it, there’s no going back. I’ve been obsessing over this color for quite a few years now and I can’t imagine my life without it.
I love wearing sarees but not during winters or so I thought. I have a wedding to go to in a few days but it’s so cold that I was having a lot of doubts. What if I catch a cold? What if I keep shivering the whole time and make a fool out of myself? Even after having so many doubts I decided on wearing a saree anyway but with a little twist.
Wearing ethnic Indian clothing is pure joy but when the winter kicks in that joy is replaced with the fear of catching a cold or looking like a complete mess because of the crazy layers. I’ve been scared of wearing ethnic in winters for years now but after lots of experiments, I’ve finally gathered the courage to do so and that too in style.