Fashion is a double-edged sword.
Scarves have been a staple in my wardrobe for decades. I wear it with everything and anything. Especially during my college days, when I didn’t care about my skin, and a scarf was the only precaution I took to protect my it. While in those days, I didn’t really have a lot of options to…
The best place to find a saree is in your grandmother’s and mum’s closet. I have always been curious of the collection she possesses behind that old Iron almirah, locked and secured with keys that are tucked in her saree.
The best part about any shoot is to find a new side to your personality with every shot taken. This shoot was about exploring ourselves without having the pressure of following a trend. It was a bright, sunny day and we wanted to dress up in outfits that made us feel good about ourselves.
If you ask me what decade I would like to be reborn in, I would say the 70’s. There is something about the era that drives and inspires me and many like me. Though every era had its own signature styles and revival on runways, it seems like the 70’s have never gone.
In a shoot, there goes a lot of planning and preparations. Every shoot you see has whole lot of ideation and inspiration behind it.
I have always been more of a lace person! Yes, I love being the girly girl and have almost gone to the extent to extent of stereotyping myself as the ‘laces and frills girl.’ I would always pick lace over leather and heels over sneakers, even though I know sneakers are any day more comfortable…
sharing our love for food, fashion and dressing in the easiest (well, not really!) way possible. This is our first shoot, and it was a whirlwind of emotions.