Indian Fashion In Summer Brights

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Most of mine was spent trying to get back on track after a very indulgent week long vacation. I was not very successful though, I think its the weather all I want to eat is ice cream, cold cramy rasmalai and cold coffee.
I also updated the ‘Services’ page on the blog, its now called ‘Shopping And Styling Services‘. It felt like an empty room for all this time, I finally did some decorating and added some personality. If you enjoy your time on the blog, I am sure you will find a service that you will enjoy.
If you happen to know someone who might find our services useful, do share the page with them too. Thanks in advance.
As for the fashion bit of the post, I am in love with these colours. A few years back I would never have thought of combining them and would have never dared to execute colours this bold together. Its strange how we tend to limit our own selves in every aspect of life. “I cant wear this, its not for me” ” I cant dance as well as her” ” I am not good with languages” ” I dont think I could ever look like that” I have heard these often and when we say these things we just end up creating a glass ceiling for ourselves.
So cheers to some summer colour blocking and cheers to trying new things.
Also, you must have noticed that I have this obsession with finding the oldest and most vintage looking facades and using them as a background for my shoots. This door with its teal colour paint peeling off fit the bill perfectly.


Palazzo pants are proving to be my favourite summer companion and staple, you can see more of them
Buddha and Pallazzo pants
Kurta and Palazzo pants

Cotton Top : stitched
Palazzo Pants :  Local Pune Store
Bag : London
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