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!
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.
2 years!!! 2 whole freaking years of being Miss Pink Shoes. I don’t even know where to start from. Something that started out as a hobby has now become my LIFE. Everything that I do, wherever I go, I always keep thinking about my blog and how I can make it better. The identity that this has given me, the love that I’ve received from each and every person out there is priceless! I used to be so scared about putting myself out there, always worried about being judged.
Bodycons are honestly my favorite style of dresses, whatever said and done. I love the way they show the shape of your body. It’s very easy to go wrong with them, if you don’t choose to wear the right cut, length or style. But if done right, I think it can look stunning. Another thing about bodycons that I love the most is that they show the ‘true shape’ of your body. It makes a major difference to me, psychologically. I like the sort of honest, true factor that it has to it.
I’m so so so happy to be back with some fashion posts. So all this while I wasn’t posting much here because I had SO MUCH Going on and I just couldn’t make time. I’m gonna try my best to keep up. So in today’s post I’m gonna be sharing with you guys a look that I thought I could never pull off. I’d been meaning to shoot this outfit in this location for SO LONG and for some or the other reason it kept getting pushed. Honestly even I didn’t take many efforts like I normally do for other shoots. I really wanted to do it but I was scared.