Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Pimp the beer bottle

While on a lazy afternoon, when the mind knows nothing of, I had a colourful idea! To paint the left over beer bottles from last night's boozing session. These came out great.

You can do the same to add a little pep to the that sad corner of your room. They make great vases the best thing is you can always keep changing the color combo with your interior.

This ones my favourite, which matches the kashmiri carpet in my room. Fuss free:)

I used fabric paints, because thats what I had available. But Im going to try some more with glass paints, as they don't come off easily. The fabric paint wont stay for long if you wipe the dust off the bottle with damp cloth. But who would? I think they look adorable and serve my purpose. They are great for gifting too. So the next time you wanna show some extra love to a friend, paint her a beer bottle!

Monday, July 23, 2012

Pink pop-up

I picked these short harem for a day out to the mall. Perfect pick for just another rainy day. The best part about these retro-inspired printed pants is that you can wear them casually as well as a dinner date. Sling a bag around  top it up with a tank top, and you're ready to go.To add a bit of contrast to the solid black I chose close-toe ballerinas in a neutral shade, though you can also go for peep-toes, jazzy flip-flops or even wedges. For a preppy look keep hair natural.

For a dinner date or while going to the club team the harem with ruffle top or a tube top tucked in. The classic pumps can instantly zest up the look. Hair tied back with flashy earrings will sure get you noticed..

Keep experimenting ladies!!!

Dhoti pants

On a day out to buy grocery, I wore a chiffon floral kurta with the dhoti pants. These are comfortable and stylish, and can be worn with both western and indian tops. If you're slightly bigger on the bottom like me, then top of your pants with a fitted tee, or an easy button down shirt to essentuate the curves. But the lot that cares less,  can wear it with a loose kurta like mine. My mantra is to be comfortable in whatever I wear, without getting stressed about those extra inches. be sure of yourself, and remember- fashion doesn't make you look good, you make fashion stand out. The clothes are just accessories to that beautiful you!!

What I love best about the dhoti pants is that they are skinny at the hem, which lets you show off your trendy flats. I added some hindustani touch with mine!!!
And don't forget that smile ladies!!!

Monday, July 16, 2012

Train to marine drive

For a day out I prefer long skirts and Trendy pajamas with casual flip flops. the flip flops work best for monsoons. Though the skirt is tough to handle in a place like Mumbai, where it rains every half an hour during monsoons. I teamed my floral Tommy Hilfiger top and flip flops with a nude skirt that I got from Lokhandwala Market. Here you get the best bargains in town.

If your day out goes into the night then you can add a chunky neck piece to complete your look. I picked this one up from Colaba. The flee market in Colaba offers some most amazing, to-die-for accessories. Just before hopping into the famous Cafe Mondegar, I took a quick walk around the shops and was ready for the evening.

So keep shopping girls !!!

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