Bell sleeves with a tad bit of encouragement

Bell sleeves are a very common style nowadays and is one of those that can never go wrong. In light of this unique style, I designed a top, which included bell sleeves (but a bit larger than usual) and the fabric chosen was velvet. The reason I chose this particular material is because I felt it would give the top more texture as opposed to a plain one. Although I wouldn’t agree that the top is made to perfection, it takes me a step closer to understanding how the eventuality of my clothes should be like.

As a blogger, I feel like what I show and say should be as honest and from the heart as possible because that’s the best way for me to establish a true relationship with my viewers- and that is exactly what I am going to do. For this reason I won’t camouflage the hardships and the mistakes but make known that all of my flaws will just guide me to the place I want to be. This goes for anyone who may be finding it difficult to be at the place they want to be. Keep pushing, there’s a reason they say practice makes perfect.

 

Photography by: Prudhvi Mitra

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Top: Aafee’s designs – Pants: Jayjays – Shoes: Charles and Keith

Pretty in pink

Summertime is here, and nothing says elegant like a dash of bold colour under the sun. This hot pink dress is a must have this season, especially if you’re looking to make a great first impression. Wear it to a brunch or a cocktail party, and your curves will only be complimented with the side sweep at the shoulder. This classy dress does a lot without showing too much skin and is apt for those who aim for comfort and great style.

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A lottle pop

Hey guys! I have finally got myself to start designing my own clothes and also sharing with all of you the way I style clothes

My first post is going to be on my first original masterpiece. This dress is inspired by the famous indian attire: lehenga. I decided to ditch the dupata (some call it ordni) to give it a more edgy look. I wanted this dress to depict some sort of rebellion to our traditional indian clothing for those who want to look unique and exclusive.

The use of vibrant hues gives a bold outlook on the person wearing it. The contrast in colours gel together and harmonise into creating a jovial and unexpected dress.

 

Photography credits: Mathew Joseph

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