17/06/2014

Poka shell paranda


Thrifted sunglasses
Forever 21 boots
Toe rings worn as midi rings
A sort of grunge one for this week. I am still flirting with the idea of adding little doses of Indian accents to my style. The poka shell paranda is actually a belt that I picked up from Soul Sante (I have a few more Soul Sante surprises due to share). My uncanny teenage dream of having long braid with a paranda hanging in the end seems to have come true. 

24 comments:

  1. OMG! You symbolize strong, independent, non-commercial women with a very distinct signature style! I'm so glad I discovered you! #Fan

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    1. It's great to hear that Soumi. Many thanks for your kind words.:)

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  2. Fabulous! Love everything about this look. <3 <3 <3 Even the backdrop is outstanding!

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    1. Yeah! I too think that the backdrop worked for the look. Thanks!

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  3. Hey love the "belt" where can I get a similar one? Also, can you please do a tutorial of how to braid it in your hair?

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    1. Not sure where you can get a similar one. This belt is a flee market buy.

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  4. This is beyond words! I don't know what to say!!! Love the dress and the jacket and everything. I love you! Very inspiring indeed.

    Jenny’s Bicycle-Indian Fashion Blog!!

    By the way which camera do you use? Love the clicks.

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    1. Thanks Rupa. I am glad that you appreciated it so much.

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    2. Which camera do you use Shelly?

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    3. It's canon D5300 Rupa.

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  5. You are miles ahead of most Indian "fashion bloggers", I absolutely adore your style! Keep being so fearless and eccentric and awesome!

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    1. Many thanks for those great words Rupa.

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  6. Head to toe perfection!

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    http://subhamrai.blogspot.in/

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  7. Hi Shelly, I am so glad I discovered you. All the lovely comments above say exactly everything I wanted to. And I would like to repeat that you are amazingly different from most fashion bloggers, and in a good way. In one word you are an inspiration. Hoping to see and get inspired from you for many more years to come... Love, Subha

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    1. Hey Subha! Thanks a for that wonderful comment. I am so glad you like our work.

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  8. I love your style!

    Amazing outfit!!

    www.fashhunny.com

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  9. I love your style, it's so free, unique, and stylish! Glad your dream came true. :))

    xx,
    Tania
    http://inspiremyfancy.blogspot.com/

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