Bling Game On – Look1

Hi Girls!!

Recently I collaborated with a designer Brand in Pune. They brings a variety of collections as per the latest trend and style. I picked up 3 outfits from her collection which can be worn in different occasions.

I also collaborated with a Jewellery brand and must admit that they have vast collection of pieces ranging from jhumkas, necklaces to beautiful intricate designs.

Hope you like the series!!

I usually dress very minimal until it is my own occasion. The detailing of this blouse was so intricate and nicely done.

I like the neck detailing which has some good amount of work. Also don’t forget the back, it was love at first sight. I think the best way to bring focus on your heavily-worked designer blouse is to team it up with a plain saree or skirt. That way, you won’t go overboard with the work on your blouse while making it look beautiful. This will also help if you are not interested to buy any neckpiece.

I decided to go with my plain black skirt which I bought as a bottoms for my kurta and wore it here.

This skirt is amazing; the flow and how it accentuates your curves. However I have to wear a cotton skirt underneath otherwise it sticks. I added a golden belt to match with my blouse work.

I was more then happy that how it turned out altogether. This outfit we can be easily worn to friends marriage or any personal occasion.

The main item with Indian wear is jewellery. Neck piece was not required with this outfit as we have enough work on neck but I made sure to wear huge golden earrings. How pretty they are? isn’t it?

Try to pair different things and she how beautifully they can turn out. It is not required to spend 10-20k each time. This look is created within ~4k budget.


Earrings –\ambytth

Photographer: Alok Jha

Location Courtesy: United 21 Grand, Baner

Outfit: Blouse – Kripaboutique  and Skirt – Myntra

Concept: Neha

See you soon!!!






#sarinotsorry Tussar silk Sari with a twist!!

Hello Girls!!!

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I am back with a bang with so many posts which are pending since ages 🙂 Here goes the first one!! Enjoy.

Who doesn’t love sarees? During my childhood; whenever my mom used to buy any new saree, i was the first one to drape it; wear it in every angle and put some jewellery.

This traditional silk handloom was bought for my Dadi but I took it from her for a shoot .

The length of Saree was less then 5.5mts, so I thought of just  wrapping the whole Saree around my waist instead of putting on shoulder. For adding some color to the outfit, I added red skinny top and orange blazer.

Outfit look so effortlessly married together, but yet so edgy, trendy and cool! I added a long big pendant to match with my top. The result was such a stunner. Hope you like it.

Special thanks to my photographer for bringing out so much warmth in the pictures.

Jewellry –\Suhana_Arts_and_jewels

Location – Cannaught Place

Photographer –\shrey_saxena