“There’s never one sunrise the same or one sunset the same” – Carlos Santana

When you keep reading the runway trends again and again, your bound to start seeing patterns even if they don’t exist! I’ve been buying Orange long before it became a part of the sunset hues trend. However, I was a little disappointed when I didn’t find those good versions of tangerine orange anywhere. It was only a few days back when I was looking for something to wear to a meeting I got the idea for this particular outfit. The distorted white shirt has also become a trend. Palazzo + white shirts are my all time favorites. tangerine5

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P.s. yes that is only a orange colour stole. I made the stole look like a halter neck top, It’s a pretty sinple trick I’ll show you some day

Photography by Susheel Sanketh Rai | Styling by Nita Dsouza

Shirt: Allen solly | watch : Tommy Hilfiger (Shop here) | Stole: Fabindia |  Bag : Maxfashion | Shoes : forever 21 | Palazzo: Sarojini Market Delhi| Sunglasses: Koovs (shop similar) | Ring : sPlash

Alway comfortable,

With love

Nita

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#rethinkdesi Or Not

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Go ahead and call me boring and old school and whatever your little adolescent mind thinks of, But I will say it because it does bother me how you’ll killed the rethink desi style during Diwali! (Forgive me I don’t come from a generation where saying killed or slaying means anything good) Please don’t get me wrong but it is amazing how the bigger brands decided to drag the mature bloggers too into the #rethinkdesi trend. P.S. proves none of you actually do wear Indian ethnic clothing, Because if you did then you would know the wearing a saree over denim will have you tripping over the pleats as soon as you step forward!

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Photography by Susheel Sanketh Rai | Styling by Nita Dsouza

Black tunic/ kurta : Max fashion | Palazzo: Mrygnayni |  shoes: forever21 | Earings: Fabindia | Stole: Fabindia : silk sling bag with Kantha work on it was bought at a silk exhibit cum sale | And yes some of you would have guessed it right I picked the necklace off the street for Rs.150

True to Desi

With love.

Nita

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Sometimes we make an error of strange proportions just because we aspire to be something we are not. Like right now I know I’ve grown fat but my heart greatly desires to fit into my S sized outfit. Yes guilty as charged the maroon linen dress is an S. So I’ve had to alternately style it to fit my current situation because of my grave desire to wear it! I wouldn’t dare to call it my best styling in my Fatty situation, but hey! My fat situation has made me wear a lot of styles I don’t like

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Photography by Susheel Sanketh Rai | Styling by Nita Dsouza

Dress wore as a jacket: Fabindia | Cami and necklace : Pantaloons | shoes: blak | belt: splash | Bag : max fashion | Palazzo : mygnaini.

Have a great week ahead!

With love.

Nita

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At the time I joined Pre-university college, it had become a trend for colleges to make Indian ethnic wear the dress code. Student’s wore kurta’s and teachers wore saree’s. But of course, I do not approve of this dress code and never have because it’s is gender biased. The boys still wear shirts and trousers, why can’t all of us just wear kurta’s to college. We are all still Indian, right?  All in all, I didn’t like the dress code all the more because back then it was impossible to acquire XS sizes for  petite girls. Everything in the market was always too loose and tailors were a lot of effort and time.

Really wish I had the branded options that are available now back then. So many reasonably priced kurta’s in the market, god knows I would have been better dressed and a lot cooler than the cool kids. The only sad thing about all the branded kurta’s in the market is the are in the majority of 3/4th sleeves. Sometimes I tell myself that the selection of kurta’s in my wardrobe would be better if the sleeves didn’t cover the elbow.

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My verdict: I still love kurta’s for summer, and pairing the palazzo with them brings the breezy feeling to cool off the season. The one thing I really miss about the college attire are the pointlessly large earrings some of us used to wear. even I had two of my own, although i was never much of a mainstream kinda kid.

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Kurta: aurelia (shop here) | Palazzo: Safina Plaza, Bangalore| Shoes: Blak| Bag and bangle : Brigade road, Bangalore| Earings: Jiva, picked it up at the United charities bazaar that happens every Christmas.

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