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Long shrug.



I am a great fan of long shrugs. Especially, ultralong ones are a boon for a slimming effect.

Here, I am wearing a long multicolored Rajasthani Kurta, with black palazzos and a sleeveless lycra black shrug. This is a typical fusion wear. I love this shrug, as it has come to my rescue a number of times ,when I need a flattering silhouette

The long multicolored kurta gives a nice break to the black outfit.

The light layering is enough for the slight chill.

I have accessorized very less in this outfit, as the colors of the kurta stand out.

Nude ballerinas are perfect for this attire.

A great outfit for women who don’t want to let go of their ethnic wear.



Fall Clothing…Colors Of India.


Winter is starting to make its presence felt here in Delhi. There is just a slight nip in the air.

For an evening out I wore this fusion ensemble. Layering has always been a passion,and here I layered my kurta with an off white cotton embroidered jacket from Janpath.. As my winter clothes are still deep inside my closet,I had no option but to make do with my summer separates. It was a bonus that the colors matched the colors of the Indian flag.

The kurta is from Fabindia.

I am wearing off white palazzos.

Nude slippers,silver cuff and a matching bag complete the look.





Color Blocked Kurta


I always maintain that fashion should be comfortable and it should look good on you. One should not follow trends blindly.

For me and my work environment, I mainly stick to long kurtas.It definitely gives a slimmer silouhette and looks good.

Here I am sharing with you my favorite color blocked kurta,that I bought from a boutique in delhi. I have paired it with palazzos and also a black dupatta.As it is fall, deep colors look very nice.

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My all time silver jewellery finishes the look.

When there is a lot of color in your outfit, always go for nude slippers.

This kurta is priced at INR3500.

It always is a good idea to have a capsule wardrobe of basic must haves like nude slippers, black lowers and statement neckpieces . That way, you just have to buy uppers, and then it is easy to mix and match.





Hi folks! Now that I have introduced you to the indian wear terminology,I am going to go ahead and show how the demure kurta can be worn.

Here I am wearing a printed pakistani print kurta with black cotton pyjamas. the pyjamas are slightly above ankles and the kurta is quite long.

I wore this while traveling. It is comfortable and looks fresh.Got a lot of compliments for this outfit.

The length of the kurta gives a slimming effect.

A nice wear  for fall.

You can wear heels with this outfit, but I wore flats, as I wanted to travel in comfort. The nude color goes with everything, so I had to pack less.

My silver neckpiece from Jaipur, is an all time favorite of mine.

My whole outfit except the accessories, costed just INR 4500(shoes included)


Slouchy is in.


Enough introspection. Today while I was indulging in my ”ME” time , of all the random thoughts crossing my mind , one thought was all pervading…CLOTHES AND FASHION. So I decided that this is where my heart lies and I am back on sharing my latest fashion fixation. Go slouchy.

It is all about being comfortable in what you wear.Slouchy fits are in because they fashionable and comfy.


The key is to wear the slouchy top with fitted lowers to balance out the look.


Autumn /fall is the season to bring out your drapes and go on to stylish layering.



These cape coats are classy, comfortable and also great in winters as they have great scope for layering.


The reverse can also be worn. Wear a flared relaxed lower with a fitted top.


Pyjama Pants are my latest fixation. I love the soft feel and the unstructured silhoutte. They can be worn both with short and long tops and  with our Indian kurtas.


The prints are vivacious and there is a great variety to choose from.


Their all elastic waistband is super comfy and ideal for a long day out.Opt for pyjama pants in a silky material to make them look formal. You can team it is blingy flats or nice pumps and some of your favorite accessories to look formal.



With Indian kurtas you can also wear  Palazzos. Again a very feminine and relaxed look.


Go for jumpsuits in a light fabric. They can either be plain or have funky prints.




Both upper and lowers can be slouchy and unstructured.


You can go all slouchy and yet rock the look.


This is the ultimate trend. It keeps you warm and good for bad hair days.