28 November 2012

Comfort it is

 Salwaar and tunic: O.M.O
Finger cuff: FOREVER 21

 It feels like ages since I have uploaded an outfit post. Believe me I was as excited as I was when I had done my  first outfit shoot a year back. 

This outfit was worn on a hot afterrnoon few days back. 
My motto was to  avoid jeans or anything sticking to my body. 
A day when comfort food and comfort clothing were dominating my mind.
 I put on my beige calf-length cut-work salwaar and paired it up with my sanskrit-script printed tunic and a brown short shrug. To complete the 'comfort look' I added a finger cuff, few bangles, a fringe bag and my most comfortable heels.

Thus, comfort look turned out to be a success and I was ready to grab comfort food*winks*.

15 November 2012


My blog turns one today. I am so happy with the response my blog got from all of you. I want to thank you for the love you have given by visiting my website regularly and by leaving such positive comments which inspired me to continue with my blog. 
I want to start my next year by giving you guys a little something!

I have collaborated with shop.inonit.in to organize a giveaway for you guys.

Shop.InOnIt.in is every shopaholic’s virtual guardian angel. 
Since its launch in December 2011, Shop.InOnIt.in provides fashion apparel for men, women and children as well as accessories, home decor products, knick knacks, pet accessories and more. 

All this, at prices that does not burn a hole through your pocket.

They have a variety of quirky products to ethnic wear to beach wear to casual wear to night wear. They have all the spice you need on a website. 

The labels include Quirk Box, Spring Break, Masala Tee, Happily Unmarried, The Big Bag Theory,
Earthen Canvas, Poppuri and The Elephant Company. 

A collage of the products I love on shop.inonit.in

For being such a wonderful and interactive audience, you all have won 15% discount  on all the products on shop.inonit.in.

All you have to do is:
1.Follow me on Blogspot
2.Follow me on Twitter and also tweet about the giveaway
3.Follow me on Facebook
4. Follow me on Instagram(eccentric connoisseur)
5.Also, leave a comment telling me what do you think about my blog with your email address( so that I can forward you the discount code).

The Giveaway will end on 25th November.

The giveaway is open for international residents too.

Get going ladies and Happy shopping.

3 November 2012

What do you think: Garments with pointed bust

A still from Christian Dior's collection  of the House of Dior
Pointed Bust in the garment were first noticed in 1947 when  Christian Dior launched the first collection of the House of Dior. 
The signature shape was characterized by a below-mid-calf length, full-skirt, pointed bust, small waist, and rounded shoulder line. 
The pointed bust were a style statement then, as a sign of freedom for women. The styles were more bold as women were finally given the respect that they deserved.
As and when the years passed by, fashion took unexpected turns. The necklines became more and more deeper, the skirts became tighter and shorter, the shoulders became rounder and the tights became jeans and trousers.
Moving on to the pointed bust: In 1950-1980's, women would flaunt the pointed bust line with pride. The more prominent the bust line, the better it would be believed to be.
Later as generations passed by the bust line became rounder and thus women started choosing round bust line over the pointed one as they believed that round is 'in vogue' and also the style of garments demanded a little change.

Recently, I have noticed designers bringing back the Pointed bust line in the market again.
It is a true definition of 'History repeats itself' and in fashion it definitely does.

 I wonder how women are going to react to this.
 Are they going to be comfortable highlighting their bust line or this style is only going to be limited only to fashion shoots?
So ladies, leave a comment ad let me know what do you think about prominent/pointed bust line?