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What to wear to a music festival ~ the modern BOHO



With globalisation happening at a rapid rate, India has become one of those countries where almost everything happens. We are no longer left behind. We have the best of parties to attend. American series and movies give us an idea about their music fests like tomorrowland and something like Coachella. We as indians are always attracted to what americans do and now we don’t have something as good as tomorrowland, but we have so many music fests happening in India at various parts of the country. Now what to wear to such an event. Well ideally, wearing denim shorts, ganji or a gingham shirt with boots and sunglasses feels the safest option. But going ‘BOHO’takes the outfit to another level! Well I do not have the body to carry shorts, I chose the next comfortable option, leggings. I wanted to go dark and hence chose an all black outfit.



Fringe and boho go hand in hand and I wore chose to wear a fringed kimono. And the lace gave the feminine touch that the outfit craved. A fringe bag would also would also do the trick. The black silver and gold combo neckpiece from topshop is my absolute fav jewellery piece that I own. It is a versatile piece and goes with almost everything.



Don’t even get me started on my super crazy head turning awesome leopard print shoes. This is one of those pieces which I thought I am impulsively buying, but eventually it turned out to be the most sane thing I have ever bought fashionably. I have a crazy incident with these shoes and I couldn’t be more petrified. But that doesn’t make me love them less. A leopard print ankle-length boots screams music fest and is the fiercest thing you can own.





I borrowed(read begged) these super cool sunglasses from my sister to complete my outfit . I wore two rings and bangles. Accessories wise you could do more by wearing midi rings .But since my style is fuss-free I  took the simple route. Braiding a section of my hair seemed so apt. You could add more braids and look super stylish. Voila you’re ready for the fest! This look would also be apt for a road trip with friends.


Photo courtesy : Abhijith Chandradas Photography

Kimono : Sarojni nagar(delhi)

leggings: Mango

shoes: Zara

Tank: splash

neckpiece: Topshop

Sunglasses: Stylefiesta

Bangles: Forever 21

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Hello everybody. This might be the last post in this old look. Im excited to be giving the blog a makeover. Thank you all for supporting me.
Today’s post, is about the F/W collection from DOLCE&GABBANA woman. The snippets are from their ad campaign. The theme of their fall winter 2013 collection is BAROQUE, which means a period of artistic style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture, painting, etc. the style started around 1600 in Rome, Italy. So basically their designs are roman inspired.
The F/W ’13 collection had lace detailing, gold embroidery, cross stitching in the collection. The gold embroidery and the use of floral tapestry just takes the outfit to a whole new level and gives it an amazing look. The collection is extremely elegant and poise. The base colour of the collection is black and different elements have been used around the colour.
I am in love with the collection. This collection is my style. If I get a chance I would wear something like this . I like every bit of the collection, from the clothes, to the accessories, to the shoes. What is there not to like in it. I guess we are not over with lace yet. I am not disappointed.
Take a look at the pictures.
These are a few snippets from the collection.
How beautiful is it. im loving everything. I cannot pick a favourite. Everything is so magical and beautiful. I wish I could just get one of these gorgeous pieces.
I am new at this and pardon me if I have made any mistakes. I would love your suggestions and rectify the mistakes done if any.
                                                                        Love, Sindhu
p.s-The images do not belong to ‘Its not just fashion’.