History repeats, not reproduced!

Moving through years there are a lot of things that I have bought ahead with me, and there are various that just boggle my head.

I have two contrary thoughts or emotions about fashion in me that I connect with History.

Firstly I truly and strongly believe that history repeats itself. Well we have all been here, and witnessed all those fashion trends come back to us.
Dont you all have moments where by your mother’s instead of complimenting your fashion sense, dates them back to her golden days?

Well that’s the most common phenomena for the two of us, Ever that we started wearing all those maxi’s and midi’s, my mom get’s very nostalgic.

This year roundly has been the mark of this “history repeats itself”. Have seen silhouettes, necklines,  sleeves to Mary Janes. Everything made a comeback.

But my second thought is that according to the call of art,  what has passed away is never reproduced. I would consciously stay by this, Not just saying this for the sake of saying it, but because it’s evidently seen in the prevailing times.

It’s so amazing to see how the different events in history have influenced and changed the way people used to dress. Sadly we don’t have any events changing our ways of dressing today,  but the set of trends that are set for us every season. Thanks to the most popular trends (historic) on being classics for standing the tests of time and never going out of style. But what has happened is that we havent adopted the trends from their mere nature, we have churned them according to our “fashion” and not “events”.

Kimono’s have always been considered very fashionable in the Japanese culture through ages. It has been a highly important part of their tradition, worn in the form of their ceremonial dress. Who knew they would make a comeback and how in the current fashion scenario on a global scale.

So Basically my velvet kimono has come from the loungewear section at H&M. That’s one thing I absolutely love about being in the 21st century, that there are no boundaries or set rules.

Let me know what you think about these pictures! Xoxo





On Si : Kimono – H&M , Earrings – Amrapali , Shoes – Fizzy Goblet


The power of statement necklace with Prerto

“Accessories are the Pièce de résistance of your ensemble and you are never truly fully dressed without them.”

We are mystified by this esoteric world of accessories, and choosing the favorites while playing dress up is just bane of one’s life.

While we struggle with this judgement day in and out, Prerto’s Katy necklace just queens our statement list and breaks the back of the beast!
So far it has become one of the best ways to imbue some liveliness into our outfits. Just a touch of it redefines the entire style and we are loving the experimentation results.

It’s a new feather added to our cap, one that we don’t ever want to get rid off. For sure. It flawlessly blends with any outfit we have tried. Just when we thought that it’s perfect for work, it sculpted with our evening wear too. Such is the nature.

It’s just swooning us with the faces, being the new bee in our bonnet, and we won’t decline it.

We thought that since it’s finally fall, it’s time to toss on that cape which we had been saving all summer long.

Matching the billowing sweep and passion of our cape, which stands perfect for this transition period, Katy just adds the touch of elegance and makes it more dressy.

Nothing beats the joy of slipping into this cape and walking while sweeping away the world behind. To me and Ta only this tinge of confidence (up done by the outfits ofcourse) helps add spark to our lives.

On Ta- Necklace- Katy Necklace Prerto ( available on www.prerto.com ) , Cape – Sudhanshi Garg Label, Cami Top- H&M , Pointed toe Flats – Zara

Much love