January 29, 2011
We finally made it to an event together. One of the best salon and spa experiences, Jean-Claude Biguine is fun all the way and amidst music, prawns and sushi we got a chance to meet a lot of interesting people. They are one of the few salons in the city who wax eyebrows. If you haven't tried it yet, you should, it's painless unlike threading, causes less irritation and lasts smooth much much longer than the threading technique.
- Since military looks are still in this season, this DIY is a cool piece to own. See Jasleen's military blazer here.
- I love blazers and jackets as you can see here, here and here. This one is lightweight and easily wearable because of it's neutral colour.- Oxfords are my weakness, I love how comfortable and attractive they are. I have worn them with a dress, pants and jeggings. Which is your favourite combination?
Did you guys know that the Oxford shoe style derived from the Oxonian, a half-boot with side slits that gained popularity at Oxford University in 1800. The side slit evolved into a side lace that eventually moved to the instep, as students rebelled against knee-high and ankle-high boots. The toe cap can either be lined with punched holes or two narrow rows of stitching. (Wikipedia)
- The twisted rope plait was quite a hit, a trick I learnt on one of our shoots courtesy Seema V Jerajani, while my new bangs are by Pramod owner of Blow salon. Do you guys like it?
Jasleen wore a shift dress with her new Oxfords
- A recent buy at the Only sale, this tunic/ dress is a fun thing to work with. Love the navy colour and the metal detailing on the shoulders.
- I chose to go monochrome with blue-on-blue that I then offset with a coral bracelet and orange lips.
- Navy is a great colour for the wardrobe because it's not as solid as black but is a lot more wearable during the day as well which I sometimes feel, black isn't.
- During the day I plan to wear these pants with wide bottom pants or my recently purchased sweatpants. How do you wear your dresses during the day?