Friday, February 10, 2012

Think Blue







Shirt- H&M(old), Necklace- Hill road, Ring- Thrifted, Oversized clutch- Zara, Sunglasses- Asos


Visited the Kala Ghoda festival yesterday. Some of the installations were pretty darn good while others just made pretty backgrounds for touristy pictures. Anyway, I have been really drawn towards a lot of bright colours. While I am collecting some new pieces, some old treasures from my closet are also being rediscovered. Just a tip, whenever you want something, shop your closet first. You might just find something similar to what you were looking for! This is a very casual look but I just wanted to share some pictures with you!
Also, I will be announcing the winners of the Maybelline Giveaway today on my Facebook Page


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18 comments:

  1. simple and chic! love everything from the polka shirt, to your nail color to that pretty bird sitting on your finger....and the sunglasses are wow!

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  2. shop your closet first.. OMG.. so true ayushi!
    awesome stuff from you and the photographer <3

    ayesha :)

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  3. Such a pretty ring..love the clutch too!

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  4. so true! i often end up having two things of d similar color n thn i have to figure out what to do it!
    KP
    cheeers!
    P.S so much waiting for the BB cream results./.. fingers crossed :)

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  5. I love your ring and that clutch, the bottle cap covered car looks amazing!
    xx

    www.queenoffunkydiy.blogspot.com

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  6. Beautiful Post :)

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  7. Lovely, lovely photographs!

    xoxo
    www.natashafatah.blogspot.com

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  8. Loved your outfit!!
    And I was there at Kala Ghoda yesterday too!! ;-)

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  9. I love the pairing of the pretty, pretty blue with the yellow of your clutch! And those pinwheels look so sweet :)

    -Rose

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  10. Gorgeous color on you doll
    xx
    www.rawfashionmagazine.com

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  11. That ring! <3

    And those shades!!! <3 <3

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  12. pls aayushi do a hair care post, absolutely love ur long locks !!!

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  13. some installations at Kala Ghoda were good,, but they've really commercialised it. I enjoyed the one I visited 3 yrs back, but this time was too crowded and not so gr8!!

    Think BLUE beetle was sure a delight and the bottle maze was a good idea too.

    Nice blog:)


    http://styledestino.blogspot.com/

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