Jewellery Loving ft Nakshatra By Sha

Hi guys!! 

Festive season is just around the corner and as important as it is to find a good outfit, it is equally important to use the perfect accessories to style it right. I have collaborated with Nakshatra, which is a brand run by Sharada Murthy. She has some gorgeous pieces that I just couldn’t resist and have style them in different ways to show how versatile these accessories can be. 

Look 1

Kundans are my favourite when it comes to Indian jewellery and they’re the easiest to style! I styled this gorgeous yellow maxi with a Kundan earring and maamgtikka. I usually don’t wear maamgtikkas, but this was just too gorgeous to resist. Completed my look with a pair of matching earrings and I was sorted! Since my look was accessorised heavily on the face, I didn’t wear any other accessory. 

Look 2 

With this look, I decided to go the hippie way. Oxidised jewellery is a great way to accessorise Kurtis and even heavier Indian clothes, but have you ever tried accessorising it with any of your westerns? I paired up a peplum top with a black palazzo to create a indowestern look, and accessorised with a pair of gorgeous oxidised earrings, along with a ring. To add to the hippieness I decided to wear round sunnies and completed the look with a Kutch work clutch. 

Look 3 

 This look is where I went really different. It’s an onam inspired look where I wore a black full sleeves top with black palazzos, and wrapped around a set-mund as a half saree. Gold and silver is always considered to be clashing, but look how perfectly it blends here. The feel of the look and the feel of the oxidised neck pieces go perfectly well and I just loved the way this look turned out. To complete the look, I added a nose pin and a round bindi. 

Look 4 

Afghanis are so in trend and I love how easily they can be styled with not just Indian but also western outfits. For this look I paired up a cute skirt and top and added a pair of these gorgeous, statement making afghanis. I’m in love with this earring, they’re just so gorgeous! You can style them with Kurtis, anarkalis, lehangas, basically anything! 

I really hope you guys liked this post. Do lemme know which was your favourite! Mwah!!

Look 1

Kurti – Montage ( Chennai)

Skirt – Tailor Made

Look – 2

Top – Gedi Route

Palazzo, Footwear, Clutch & Glasses – Thrifted

Look – 3

Top – Forever 21

Palazzo – Thrifted

Set-Mund – Bought from Kerala

Look – 4

Top, Skirt & footwear – Thrifted

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Indian Rhapsody

Hello You All!!

I’ve been trying to be regular with fashion posts, but I don’t know why I just keep slacking from time to time. Overtime something or the other just comes up and I land sidelining this. I feel bad but at the same time I trying making up with tons of Social media posts. But I have decided to get back to my old routine where I upload a new look for you guys every week.

Today’s post is all about taking an Indian look to the next level (well atleast for me :p ) For me, Indian outfits used to be restricted to churidars & Anarkalis.

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Summer Ready ft. Dot Chennai

Hi guys!! 

Summer is taking the best of me and Im so done with this climate. But we gotta do what we gotta do, ain’t we? 

In today’s post I’m gonna be talking about a designer, who’s work I’ve been seeing and loving for the last 10 years. Pooja Tatia, designer and founder of Dot Clothing, has been making clothes since forever now, and I’ve personally been seeing her work for so many years. From her fittings to her attention to detail, there’s nothing you’ll not love about her work. Started out as a custom designer, she’s lately been making a lot of ready to wear, and I’m in love with the collection! Weather you have to get a blouse stitched, or pick up a dress for a party, I’m sure you’ll love the work. I chose my favourite ones from their collection. and here they are in this post! They are exhibiting their collection on the 13th & 14th of June at Style Bazar, Hyatt, Chennai and it’s something you definitely don’t wanna miss. She has clothes in every range, starting at pocket friendly rates. Do have a look and come say hi if you see me there! 

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The Bindi Post.


Bindis have always attracted me. As a kid I despised them, I don’t know why but I just did. But as I grew, I started liking Indian clothes more & I started feeling attracted to bindis. I always wanted to wear them, but was hesitant and thought of it as something that won’t suit my face. Ever since I started blogging, I haven’t been hesitant to try new things out, and so I finally gave in and I’m so freaking happy that I did. The look was planned around the bindi. I wore an Indian print crop top along with palazzos, to give an indo western vibe.

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