So, I was scrolling through a lot of New Year resolution posts on Instagram and it got me pondering over what exactly this New Year will be like, for me. Well, I have no rules or resolutions as such but this year will bring in loads of change mainly turning Ms to Mrs Aaaah! It’s kinda making me feel a bit weird, in a good way though.
I’ve never really spoken about that aspect of my life since I always chose to keep it private. I will soon be writing about it in a couple of months. Slowly..
Coming back to 2018,
I stayed in touch with my artistic soul as much as I could, I did things that made me anxious, I focused more on my relationships, and I practiced time management and spending my energy properly for the first time.
In 2018 I chose myself a lot, I got to know mys...
Disclaimer-All these pictures in this post are some of my work and other designer's work as well.
You must be wondering, what is Portfolio Design all about and is it really important for students pursuing design, fashion or styling?
While my flux wasn’t smooth into the fashion field as I was pretty clueless about where do I start from, I had to figure things out on my own. At that point in time, some Universities or Colleges asked me for a Portfolio and that’s how they checked my level of creativity and talent inbuilt in me.
In today’s world, having a portfolio has become mandatory.
A portfolio is a visual collection of records that reflect your accomplishments, skills, experiences, and attributes. It highlights and showcases samples of some of your best work, along with life experiences, sk...
Embroidery is all over the place this year and I'm sure you've already seen it on the runway this season. I love embroidery on blouses and denims but lately I’ve been seeing it on leather jackets, belts, bags and shoes as well. A tried and tested classic which has been reinvented and I've only begun to love it even more. I personally think it’s one of the most beautiful art forms. This blouse has my favourite floral detailing embroidered all over it with ruffled neckline and short bell sleeves. I love how the colour, embroidery and the layers of ruffles add a playful textural depth to the blouse. This one’s from the SS17 collection of Zara.
I consider this blouse as a staple piece and preferred keeping the rest of the outfit pretty basic. I wore it with a white pair of mom jeans and red...