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Doing the Sporty Chic Trend - The Chic Way!

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So I know 'sporty chic' is the trend of the season, but what does 'sporty chic' really mean..

Does sporty chic mean we can now go from gym to work without needing a change?
Liberating as it may sound stinky and sweaty can never be chic.
Sneakers to work?

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The Print On Print Fashion Trend

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 I have always been in love with the print on print fashion phenomenon, it is such a bold and adventurous way to make a statement and get heads to turn, again and again, till the person trips on something and falls, making a complete fool of himself and a complete start of you, ahh perfect moments like those.

 

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The Maharani in Me

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Every once in a while I feel the urge to let everything else just slip by while I appease the Maharani in me. Yes there is a Maharani in me, there is one in you, there is one in each one of us too. Sometimes she gets lost, sometimes she hides, she shields herself from the hurt of ignorance..but she is there.

There is a focused professional in us, there is a daughter, a wife, a mother, a friend, a colleague, a sister, a lover, a daughter in law, a teacher, a giver…but there is a Maharani too…often forgotten…often ignored..she waits..

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What to wear to an Indian Wedding

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WHAT TO WEAR TO AN INDIAN WEDDING

 

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Draped Jacket or Blanket Coat

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Winter is almost here and its time to start layering on the trends from fashion weeks from across the globe. One of the biggest Fall Winter trends (and my favourite) is the draped jacket or the blanket coat, that has made its presence felt on all the major runways, from Burberry to Etro, to Roberto Cavelli. The lack of form and structure allow the jacket to drape itself around the wearers body, making it versatile and flattering for most.

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Dhoti Pants - A Hot Fashion Trend

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Restrictions really do bring out our best forcing the creativity and innovations out. Take this for example, I banned myself from wearing jeans all summer long and this self imposed ban helped me explore the otherwise ignored bits of my wardrobe. I got experimental with my pairings and even got my tailor to get creative and stitch up some cool and comfy substitutes for those denims. I enjoyed the process so much that even though we are well into the monsoons, I just cannot get back to my denims.

 

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How to wear a Maxi Skirt

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How to wear a maxi skirt was a question often on my mind and it even caused a few sleepless nights because having tried this trend a couple of times and failing miserably at it I decided wearing maxi skirts was not for me. But each time I looked at those fabulous pinterest maxi skirt pins my heart would pine for anything maxi length too..Id tell myself “maxi skirts are not for the ‘not so tall’”, but my heart refused to listen.

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Anarkali Kurta and Orange Bar

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Anarkali Kurta and ice creams..

I have had a very indulgent summer, no really I have, and my all time favourite indulgence has been ice cream. I have had them in all shape, sizes colours and flavours but my favourite has always always been the orange bar.
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Wear your Kurta in Style!

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"Kurta Fashion", "Indian Fashion" and "Bollywood Fashion" to me, are synonymous with each other.

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Work-wear And Dad I Love You...

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As a young girl, I would watch my father diligently ironing his army uniform, polishing his boots and all the shiny golden insignia - he did it with such pride and joy, that it rubbed off on us, we too really enjoyed shining our schools shoes and making sure each pleat on our school skirt was perfectly in place. Dad did this every morning, put his hat on, picked up his briefcase, kick started his blue bajaj scooter and off he went to the army hospital. The briefcase, ahhh lets talk about it for a moment..

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