Annie met Frida

 Artiara Headband
 Tailor-made shirt
 Marks & Spencer men's pants
 Vintage sequins waistcoat
 ASOS T-bar sandals

Trends come, go and come again but classics are classics. This not only applies to fashion but also to personalities and characters. Two of these that resonate in my style are Frida Kahlo and Annie Hall. Infact the blog began with a post on Frida Kahlo. Frida’s strong personality is reflected by how she dresses. She is the only one who with flowers on her head can look so powerful. Likewise, if you have seen Annie Hall then you a touch of Frida in her, in a contemporary way though. Annie has got this curiosity to explore the unknown. She has a careless mannish way of dressing up yet she looks attractive. Her androgynous style sense justified her risk-taking character aptly.

Coming back to the post, just when I received this rosette headgear from Artiara, the probable options of styling it began in my head. Rosettes could only make me think of something dainty and feminine. But like last time when I was in a similar confusion, both of these fave ladies rescued me. After seeing the above pictures I could assure myself that I wouldn't have done justice to this beautiful Artiara piece in any better way.

P.S. Thanks Richa for this pretty gift! I can now celebrate Christmas wearing this all day long.


Kitsch is Tarah

It seemed that my desire to visit some of my favourite off-beat Delhi shopping spots, viz. Delhi Haat and Paharganj, was heard by Bangalore… albeit briefly.  The Kitch Mandi hit the town a few days back and it did great to satisfy my urges. Apart from being a melting point for kitschy goodies, the place was full of beautiful people and yummy food! Also how many places would you find in the country where you are allowed to freely shpr with a chilled beer in your hands..?! .. Awesome..! Pebbles Palace ground was turned into a bright colour palette where everyone was just chilling.

It was the concept of the place that was really refreshing. Like all I too got some cool stuff and equally amazing memories back home.


Not so sweet strawberries

Shirt: Marks & Spencer
ASOS crop top
Thrifted skirt
ASOS booties
I don’t know if should talk about my addiction for all-things-cropped or this vintage denim skirt that got my eye in a hustle. The fact of this ensemble is that the skirt is ideal for the raised hem of the top. Like all of you shy comrades of mine, I too took support of some 'smart layering'. So got my side waist sorted with a long shirt. My go-old crossbody bag’s strap kinda rescued the center. So you see; it ain’t that tricky to wear the crop trend after all.