Hello everyone! It’s been a long long time that I have come up with something in Indian fashion and the desi in me is being restless to do so. Today’s blogpost is all about the grace and glamour that I have in store for you.

For this look, I chose this hot number from Label Ritu Kumar and paired it with a Banarasi dupatta. Adding the required bling with a Kundan Polki necklace set and heavy eye makeup. This would be my go to look for most of the family functions this year, what will be yours?

Enjoy the pictures and tell me how do you think about it!

Until next time,




Hello Guys! As you might have guessed from the title, this blogpost is a pattern clashing street style inspiration. Though the thought of mixing wildly clashing prints and patterns may stress you out, pulling off this ultimate power look is totally doable. For today’s take we have a print-on-print-on-print look.

Spreading patterns out across the outfit is the idea and the simpler and more graphic the prints, the easier they are to mix. This is why I went for stripes with other prints along. This is a transit turnout which gives winter warm and screams spring too. For controlling these complicated prints, no extra accessories have been used to calm things down.

Tell me how did you like this look?

Until then,



Hey Folks! How are you guys doing? We are in the last few weeks of winter and what better way to bid bye with something more chilled than them, Haha! In this blog post I have come up with a colour coordinating look which appears to be a mashup of both sporty and feminine.

Puffer jackets are all over the place this season and the best part about them is that they are not meant to look well-dressed but relaxed and easy. It can be worn practically to serve you well for winters or casually as straight-up statement piece. I went tonal and paired bright bold colours together, making the jacket an integral part of my colour palette. Balancing it with sneakers and glasses for a sporty style pretty much without sacrificing a slim silhouette.

I love how this eye-popping orange-on-orange execution has turned out, what are you people waiting for? Fashion up your puffers down the runway and shine like a street style star, loud and proud!

Until next time,



Warm greetings guys! This is the last blog post of the year and I wanted it to be a fulfilled fashion feature. For today’s look, I have experimented to make the cosiest of outfit look chic. Dressing head to toe in one colour is something that gives us a sophisticated style and here’s how I made the trend work this winter.

I was sure that I wanted it to be a all one hue outfit which is super simple yet looks stylish. I opted for contrast textures of the same colour and picked a muted tone for subtle impact. The jacket, top and pant are of same colour but different shade which is giving the whole outfit an interesting twist. Adding small touch of pop in the form of accessory, like this bag has lift the ensemble and given it that required oomph.

I had a lot of fun creating and shooting this look, tell me what you guys think about it. Also, wishing you all a blithe new year!

Until next time,



Hello everyone! I am super stoked and happy at the same time, as we have completed three years of my blog. Today I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for sticking around and supporting me throughout this journey. I feel grateful to have such amazing audience and honestly this wouldn’t have been possible without you guys. Because of all this, I can truly say that I love my work where I get to learn so many things and it has eventually made me a self reliant and self confident women.

There were days when I wanted to quit but I was determined on not being one of those who give up because it got hard. When you put yourself out on social media, praises and criticises are part in parcel of it. But it was easy to take it with you people together, as we are a family of 56,000 now, that’s huge for me! Apparently, this number game doesn’t matter much to me but seeing yourself grow everyday is the most beautiful feeling. I couldn’t have gotten when I am without you, so thank you again for all the encouragement, likes, comments and more. It really means a lot to me. All the statics and support has been so satisfying and motivating to me.

I am pumped and positive more than ever and on my way to have a successful year ahead. Are you with me?

Attaching some pictures showing my excitement if words weren’t enough,enjoy!




What’s up everybody? I am super pumped about this blogpost, as I am back after completing #30daysofdesiness for the month of November and I am proud of pulling it off. Past three weeks have been crazy yet calm and comforting. I had an amazing time in Goa with my girlfriends and am all set for a December to Remember.

Winter is finally here and the best thing about this season are the mornings. As much as I love snuggling up, I love going for winter walks and that’s exactly what I am doing for this story. So, on a Sunday winter morning, strolling silently around the city amidst the human chaos in the comfiest clothes possible is the idea for today’s blog. For this look, I opted for a basic jogger pant and t-shirt with holographic jacket and satin boots giving out very December vibe to it!

Tell me what you think about this look and how are you spending your Sunday?

Until next time,



Hello Folks! Following the last post and the lethargic position that I was in, I thought I possibly needed a social media detox for sometime. But I wasn’t sure as it would mean discontinuing content posts and dropping the #30daysofdesiness for a while, but I just went for it. I paid a visit to Varanasi, my hometown, to be with my family and to surround myself with less complexities. In my time there, a basic conversation about all this with my Nanu(grandfather) made me realise that it’s okay to be late because as he says, the fall flowers may bloom late, but they bloom best. Social media is a place which gives you a lot and in return takes away too. And with this constant competition of being the best, we tend to take ourselves for granted which is so wrong. We should learn the importance of self care, at least I should have and I did!

Allude to that is today’s look, which is inspired by the fall flowers. It is indigenously an Indian fall fashion and I had a lot of fun creating it. Tell me, how do you like what you this look?!

Until then,