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WIFW: Style, Fashion and Those Five Days!!

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Day 1: Everyday is a good day for a strappy Summer Dress!

As I was too tired to get all dressy and girlie (I had just came from Pune in the morning), I decided to pick up the first dress I could from my suitcase. And that happened to be my chambray (and my favorite) dress from Vero Moda. The dress seemed a little plain and hence I wore a button down shirt over it to give it a Jacket feel. My aching feet (read travelling feet) refused to wear everything but these suede lace shoes, which are a combination of oxfords and brogues. Yes! I shop a lot and hence meet all such lovelies, who eventually come home with me J

GET THE LOOK:

Chambray Summer Dress: Vero Moda SS’13

Button-down Shirt: MANGO SS’14

Sling Bag: MANGO

Shoes: METRO

Neckpiece: Trinketbag (and you should try this portal. Amazing funky jewelry at really pocket loving prices)


Day 2: Of all the Curves and lines, I love what all is Mine!!

I had all the time to get dressed and feel girlie (which happens rarely), so I took this awesomely favorite lace skirt of mine, which hubby gifted on my birthday [obviously, missing him had started by then :P].I teamed up a very basic tank in blue which had lace strap detailing. I wore my usual metal chain detailing flat sandals for obvious reasons.

GET THE LOOK:

Lace Crochet Skirt: Lifestyle [I am still a loyal customer ;)]

Lace Tank: Shoppers’ Stop

Sandals: Pavers’ England

Neckpiece: Zara

Bag: SATYA PAUL


 

Day 3: Because PDA's towards your favorite pants IS allowed!!

By this time I was super drained and tired plus my hormones were playing their part. I actually had to drag myself to Pragati Maidan that day. And my look gave the required evidence of the same. I chose my regular pants (that I have worn for a zillion times now). There are some clothes you personify. And with these pants I feel, they understand me in my weirdest of moods. (P.M.S. You got it right!!) Now for the top I did not have to struggle a bit. There was this quirk top lying in my closet for ages now and I couldn’t wear it. It’s the one that has lips printed all-over it. (a chatter-box like me, couldn’t have asked for more) I knew I had to wear it before this piece goes completely out of senses. And Day 3 of WIFW became that day.

I chose regular flats again. The distance between MSA 1 and MSA 2 seems ‘a thousand miles’ by the evening.

GET THE LOOK:

Pants: VERO MODA  [yeah! Yeah! You know it by heart now 😛 ]

Lips Print Quirk Over-sized Tee: Zara (worn as ‘off-shoulder’ on one side)

Neon Blocks Neckpiece: Splash

Flats: Gossip

Clutch: Gifted by Mom 


 

Day 4: The Happy-go-lucky 'Me'

I had to skip the first part of the day. I was super tired and unwell to go in the morning, and had to save my energies for the upcoming Grand Finale. I went by the evening and chose to wear the simplest of the attires. I chose these printed Palazzo pants and teamed them up with a basic tank. Basic black strappy flats and my ivory leather bestie; and we’re done!

GET THE LOOK:

Palazzos: Splash

Tank: Levis

Neckpiece: Street Shopping, Commercial Street, B’lore

Flats: Zara

Bag: United Colors of Benetton


 

Day 5: The Gypsy girl wanders alone, but in Style!! 

The last day of WIFW AW14; I was happy for the event getting wrapped up, and nostalgic for all the grandeur and galore to be coming to an end. I chose this print maxi dress from Anita Dongre’s Global Desi – And you should never miss their Liva collection for their hippie and gypsy theme. I am a fan of wearing button-down shirt as jackets, so I wore my regular denim shirt over it to subtle down the girlie effect (wicked-smile). I stacked my arm with metal bangles and bracelets to complete the gypsy look.

GET THE LOOK:

Maxi Dress : Global Desi

Denim Shirt: Bossini

Earrings and Bangles: Steet Shopping, Comm. Street, B’lore (I miss Bangalore! Sigh!)

Flats: Pavers’ England

Bag: Satya Paul

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