Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Fall Be This







Shot By - HimShootz

The underlying premise of starting the blog, for me, was the ability to try and recreate runway looks which I so admire. Styling has always been a matter of ideology for me, a reinforcement of culture and personality and a domain constantly challenging to inspire, innovate and create something from what already exists, sometimes forgotten, in my closet. This look is my adaptation of Burberry's Fall 2014 ready-to-wear collection titled The Bloomsbury Girls. The collection in addition to being a customary celebration of the British culture was also an ode to the freedom of motion, the finesse of hand-painting and the art of tapestry. The coats and jackets, ponchos and blanket throws, dresses and scarves, bags and booties were obvious love...something that goes without saying. I personally loved this idea of creating a print mix and pairing a shirt dress with a scarf cringed to the waist. The magicked bite in this whole idea was the perfectly blended and balanced dose of colour and print between all elements. Also, for me it symbolized the perfect attire welcoming fall - just when dresses become longer and all you need is an additional layer to save yourself from the nip in the air. Unlike the collection, my bag and sandals were in solids, but I guess the distance remains only in owning those perfect pieces to achieve an actual rendition of the 'Burberry Look'. Talking of which, the verdict on mine should precede this..  

I look forward to your comments and suggestions. You can drop them down as comments or can even stop by my Instagram for the same. Don't forget to check out Himanshu's too - @himshootz.

Wearing - 

Dress - TrimmingsAndLace (similar)
Scarf - Thrifted
Belt - Forever 21
Sandals - (here)
Bag -Mom's (here)
Watch and Bracelet - Mom's
Chain Bracelet - Forever 21
On my nails -  O.P.I Alpine Snow 

Thank you for stopping by...


  1. You look lovely! Love the dress.
    I can image how difficult it is to click photos in chandigarh crowded sector.