Monday, February 27, 2012


Office wear has always been considered tantamount to grays and blacks and suits and blazers but it’s about time to unanimously break the custom and pep-up the workplace!

Street Shots
Black shrug, tank top and culottes spiced up with rust orange belt and sling bag.

Black blazer and tee teamed with grey linen pants and canvas shoes

White ruffle blouse and black waistcoat paired with blue washed jeans, black ballet flats and pink lace sling bag. 

Buffalo plaid shirt and black denim accessorized with black handbag and suede derby shoes.

Ruched high-neck top teamed with black blazer, blue denims and black ballet flats.

Cyan solid puff sleeve top teamed with grey high waist pants and ballet flats, brown belt and black shoulder bag.

International Trends

Global fashion podium also shows a shift from the conventional dull and dreary to eccentric perky and peppy office wears. (Top left to bottom right) Gant, Dolce and Gabbana, Zara, Elle, Lacoste, Zara, Massimo Dutti, YSL.

You might be right at the top of the corporate ladder but do you really stand out?

Wearing a bespoke suit or carrying just the right case is not enough to say get-set-go. It’s time to go brash and bold with your office wear and shatter the dreary monochromes and pump out the brightness of the world into your workplace. Breaking the mundane and spicing up with either a dash of vibrant hues or playing around with handpicked exclusive accessories. After all who said office is solely and only for work?

A shout out to one and all who are in this delusion that office wear is indeed boring wear!

All set for the unending list of the day’s work wearing an indigo linen blazer over a quintessential white shirt paired with that garment which had, for a long time being denied from being considered a part of the business wear wardrobe - denim. This agile look is complete with navy blue knitted crochet tie, polka dot pocket square, black derby shoes and checkered socks.

To hell with files! I need some fuel to fire up! This dauntless lady looks smart in her black blazer over a blue tube top and denim. Her look is jazzed up with red shimmer belt and pump shoes and not to forget her big bold watch.

Who says you have to panic when piled up with work? Chat up with an ol’ friend instead. Wearing a white mandarin georgette shirt and gray pleated trouser, this impish lady spiced up her look with black and white brogues, blue satin waist tie and beaded neckpiece.

Do whatever you wanna do when your boss is not around! This dandy young man is all groovy from top to toe wearing a hot pink shirt and a navy blue pleated trouser accessorized with his white dobby tie carelessly tucked inside the shirt and brown derby shoes. But that doesn’t really mean he can’t attend a conference in that very same look!

Monday, February 13, 2012

THE HUNT HOUR, Chapter 3 : The Voyage to Wilderness

As the hunt hour approaches its culmination we take you to absolute wilderness and the pleasurable experience the band of ol’ friends had, away from the synthetic urban milieu.

Leopard print long sleeve top and mustard pants.

Cargo pants teamed with black polo tee and shoes. 

Repeat abstract print maxi dress, leather flip-flops and black tote bag.

Brown print studded tee with gray harem pants. 

Leopard print dress, brown sling bag and studded sandals.

Black tank top, brown long skirt, silver gladiator sandals and copper tote bag.

Leopard print cop bike in Bangalore.

International Trends

Safari is one theme that can never die out as an inspiration for design collections as well as styling photo shoots. (From top left to bottom right) Diesel, Vogue Spain, Roberto Cavalli, Vogue India, Mark Segal styling, Vogue India, Michael Kors,, Louis Vuitton, Diesel, French Glamour magazine.

 Chapter III: The Voyage to Wilderness





This journey was extremely essential for each one of us. It was wild and exhilarating and it did take us through moments of adrenaline rush, but, the most crucial thing that it did was, it gave us a chance to step out of our mundane mess and be with each other for a while and realize how much we’d miss our bona fide selves which had almost gotten lost in our very demanding day-to-day life in the city.
 “A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles.” – Tim Cahill