Remember my sneakers obsession? I wasn't lying. Currently I'm eyeing these cherry-red ones, which can be styled in so many delicious ways—something black, something white, something colour-blocked, or just something red!
An interesting take on the'distressed denim' concept,these stencil cut-out jeans arerefreshing—and such a greatway to introduce notice-worthy'details' into a casual look.
I've always been partial to kitschy, statement bags–theyhavealotofpresence,andreally are the perfect way to 'lift' anotherwise basic outfit.
What's not to love aboutmonochrome? Theshoulder and thigh baringdetails make this classiccolour combinationtotally sexy for now.
AttheManishMalhotrashow,Ifellinlovewiththeblousesallofthem!Whatstruckme most was how beautifully the cold-shoulder-esque blouses set off the collarbones, perfectlycounterpoising the heavy-textured, embroidered lehengas thatgo with them.
Ah, Gucci, I love how you'vepunked-up your jewellery range!These babies are whimsical yetelegant, and I'd wear them witha sugary pink lipstick and atouch of mascara.
Kukoon's been on my watch-list for a while now—if youdon't already own one of theircapes, I recommend you addone to your closet now.
Now,the label does cooldresses,and this one—with its waistcinching powers–packsagreatprintandsilhouette.
I'm having more than a sneaker moment right now—they're allI ever wear these days. Ithink these ones are super-fun; a coolcrossover between a traditional jutti and comfy sneakers.
How cool is this belt?! Ofcourse, it would need to be paired extremelycarefully–or you'll endup looking like Jane fromTarzan. A solid, dark dress(or a skirt in the same hue)isyourbestbet,becausethisbeltisdramaticenoughasis.Jeansaretrickier,because you could end upgoing the cowboy route inthe worst way possible.
These fusion bralet-cholis are gorgeous–greattoweartoanethniceventwhen'traditional' isn't really your thing. Also,this kind of subtle bling playing off of pastels is very on-
trend at the moment.