February 25, 2011
Jasleen: My outfit was simply inspired by one of Bombay’s most colourful market – Mohammad Ali Road. Many lanes join in to create the hullabaloo of this market. Whether it’s the colourful embroidered materials of Pydhonie, or Nakhuda Maula’s collection of lace and ribbons, the market is sheer inspiration to all fashion junkies.
-- I love experimenting with headgears like here and here. They are extremely attention grabbing, but if you’re comfortable in them then you just own them.
-- My husband G gifted this jacket to me a while ago, but never had the chance to wear until now.
Jasleen's outfit was inspired by Mohammad Ali Road
Tunic, Only (also worn here) | bracelet, Forever New| bag, Oberoi Shopping Centre| sequined jacket, gifted| wedges, Mango| headgear, Ethnicity
Sonu: I am currently obsessing over anything in the maxi style. This look was an attempt to satisfy that obsession.
--I'm wearing the same colour palette yet get again, but this time I wanted create an illusion of a maxi dress. I think it’s a good and easy way to wear a maxi skirt like this.
-- I am also wearing the newest addition to my accessory collection, my new Swarovski cuff. I absolutely love it and I think it’s safe to say it’ll be part of my everyday uniform.
Sonu can't get enough of the maxi trend
Skirt, Colaba Causeway| tank, Fashion Street (also worn here)| belt, part of a another dress| wedges, Bandra| black cuff, gifted, Swarovski| Buddha cuff, Curio Cottage| bag, Dad's
Pictures: Hiral Ruparel