The Ruffle Curl Look

To dress up for dinner, you don’t always need a fitted fancy dress. You can take interesting pieces and make it into a chic outfit pairing. On my recent trip to Jaipur I did not feel like wearing a formal dress, plus it was cold. So I took a pair of striped pants with ruffled hem. I mean, it’s comfortable, it makes the right amount of statement and it is not your usual boring jeans. To add a casually chic vibe – added a white boat neck jumper. White adds that sophistication and the loose silhouette makes it comfortable as well as casual (bonus, you can eat as much and not worry about your clothes feeling tight 😉 )

Add clean scrappy heels, dainty jewellery, and a wallet clutch. Enjoy your meal now in comfort and style <3!

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Outfit Details:
Jumper: Ralph Lauren
Pants: River Island
Heels: Vincci
Wallet Clutch: Hermès

You can watch this look and others from this trip in this video:


A/W 2017 Collection – Indian Wear Styling

Wanted to style some looks from the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2017 collection of Indian Wear. To do to that I paired up with Madame Me (they are a multi-designer label in an e-commerce format) and styled my top 4 looks. I love online shopping – to me, it’s the perfect place to shop as you get everything at one place which saves your time and energy without compromising your taste. This one will be your top choice for trousseau shopping!

From the ways you can style it to the right occasion I am talking about all things Indian Wear Styling. So here are the four fusion looks that we have styled for different occasions.


To get more tips watch the full video:

To get the same four outfits, here are the direct links:
Look 1:

PS: all the outfits are so comfortable I could live in them!


Master your Contour + Blush + Highlight

With all the makeup pictures on Instagram, so many requested to know the techniques and products I personally use for my contouring/highlighting.

Contour + Blush + Highlight come in a package – just contouring without the other two is incomplete. If you are a beginner, my suggestion would be – first master your base and then move on to this. The right contour/highlight can sculpt and add dimension in the most beautiful way. However, not done correctly, it could make you look like a hot mess.

So to make it easy for you guys I have done it in two parts :

1- Quick and easy every day 3 step process.

2- A bit Lengthy technique for stronger and chiseled look.

This video has got you covered and should hopefully answer all the questions: