Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Lucknow Diaries deux

I hear I'm a lot like my sister in this respect. Especially as far as Lucknow is concerned. The malls and the newer markets do not interest me as much as the older places which house the age old traditions of the Royal city. One such market that I explored in Lucknow is situated in a certain part of the all famous Hazratganj. The bling of the jewelry that the women of the city love, the jhumkas, the bangles and the works. I had a field time trotting around the alleys. And I also found a certain shop to fillip my love for toe rings. Yes, in case you weren't aware. I wear toe rings. Absolutely adore that piece of jewelry. 
On another note, you will for once on this blog, find me in a monochromatic avatar. C'est moi in Black and White. All over. And for all those fashionistas reading this, this is one look you ought to try and is absolutely easy to replicate. Just.stick.to.black.and.white. Some bling never hurt anyone of course. :)






Candid.
Wearing: My favourite heart printed shirt: ASOS, black skinnies: Pieces, Vintage necklace with timepieces: Accessorize, Jeweled flats: Shoe boutique (Bangalore)
I'm enjoying posting regularly. All my trysts. With thoughts and fashion. :) Are you?
XOXO



20 comments:

  1. I definitely am. How gorgeous is that shirt and the neckpiece too <3

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  2. Yaaay, glad to see you posting regularly!

    Also, the black and white shirt is really pretty. I love the flats. :D

    Whatta coincidence? I did a BW post on my blog earlier today! Seems like Lucknow is awesome.

    Love,
    Sonshu
    www.thesonshu.com

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    1. I saw your black and white post too and its very well done! :)

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  3. For the love of Fashion and Other Things: Its ben sooo long since I commented but its not because I haven't followed your blog :D
    I absolutely love how you've worn an understated wearable outfit which will suit all of us lesser lucky people who aren't blessed with a figure like yours :D Keep them coming :*

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    1. I'm blessed with no figure, don't talk tosh :D But I love you so you can :D

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  4. wow! Seems like Lucknow is treating you really well. Love the top, the footwear is amazing and the necklace is to die for!

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    1. Thanks Nidhi :) I had a wonderful time :)

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  5. oh my goodness, I love that necklace!
    And I know what you mean in the way that it's so much more fun to find fasion pieces in the older and vintage stores. So much better than modern markets. (:

    -Alonna
    lonnaliz.blogspot.com

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    1. I know right? :) I'm such a sucker for them!:) Thanks for dropping by Alonna :) Hope to see you here more often!

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  6. I totally agree with Nidhi on that one. That neckpiece is to die for! You look adorable :) Stunning footwear as well.

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  7. omg,I loved the neck piece! the sandals and the top!

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    1. Thanks for all your sweet comments LDQ :) Hope to see you here more often!

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  8. I love finding interesting international fashion blogs! Very cool to see pictures of India and how different and similar (I have the same shirt! haha) the fashions are.

    I would love it if you had the time to check out my blog :)

    Cindy
    www.stylesouffle.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Cindy :) Thanks for stopping by. Will definitely check out your blog :)

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  9. I prefer antique stores and tiny bazaars than shopping malls but who am I kidding - I can only dream of shopping in such quaint places.

    You look beautiful, the little hearts on the shirt are adorable and I am amazed at the creativity of that necklace!

    Janey
    www.namesjaney.wordpress.com

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    1. Thanks a ton Janey :) Its ok, come to India some time, I shall take you to all the little bazaars! :)

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