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Wednesday, 19 March 2014

All Of Me




And finally an outfit post after so long. So freaking long. So, quick update, almost done with my Graduation Project, left with too much work, but no more office after 8 days! Wohoo! Work and my chaotic mind has kept me busy. Have been dreaming of the graduation day. 
*Freedom. Freedom. Freedom.* 
My heart sings. 
Of course the whole thing of missing college days and friends is there. But then there are too many things that I want to do, that doesn't happen with the amount of free time I get during college/office days. So yes!
Wish me luck! :)
















Another fusion look, draped this old saree as a dhoti, wearing it with this strapless blouse. Enhancing the look is this gorgeous jewel piece I picked from a local market during one of those painful fabric sourcing days at work. Definitely the only good part about going place in search of things. Introduces you to some amazing hidden shopping spots. Adding the grunge touch to the indian look here is the faux leather jacket I received from Romwe, a couple of months back. And yes, I am still wearing these boots, I am. Every second day! :P

And now a news that I have share with you guys. If you didn't already know then, I along with my photographer Debjyoti, run this community called 'Drum and Bass India'. 
We aim at promoting Drum n Bass genre and supporting underground DnB Indian Artists/DJs.
We are doing an event at Pebble, Bangalore, this 28th of March. Have a crazy line up with a few talented artists, including my photographer! :)
Would be great if you guys show up, do not miss, it surely is going to be massive. Plus I will be there! :D

Find more details : http://goo.gl/pzuLcS  


Saree : Gifted
 Tied Black Platform Ankle Boots : Romwe | Shop
Faux Leather Jacket : Romwe | Shop
Mangtika : Local Market
On my lips : Hot Hot Hot by Colorbar

5 comments:

  1. Love the look, but I think the colour of this sari washes you out. Would love to see this look again, on you, but in a terracotta sari. Or, a burnished orange maybe.

    -Sanchari

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    1. Hey Sanchari, I personally love the colour of the saree. Though, I sort of agree on the colour not complimenting me, maybe. :)

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  2. well I would second Sanchari.. the color of sari is dull ..but other than that a good theme..

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  3. Cool contemporary way to wear a saree.. Kudos!!

    Could u tell me which shade is ur lip color in hot series by color bar?

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