Friday, February 7, 2014

Colour me Oxblood-II

The fact that there exists a part deux to colouring me oxblood stands testimony to the fact that I continue to stand in the adoration of this certain colour.
Well its mostly the fact that I decided to play with another important element of this ensemble in another post. For the purpose of this post, lets call the said element, 'happy shoes'. So happy shoes are enrobed in golden glitter and a cool moustache made with black glitter. Happy shoes are also super comfortable with a velvet-suede lining and keep my feet snug as a bug.
Most importantly, said happy shoes in an amazing metallic tone complement mostly all my outfits and I definitely find myself styling an ever increasing number of outfits with them. Like they say, always place for some happy shoes. Happy shoes by Zubiya can be ordered over the website along with customised hand painted shoes and wallets. Talk about multiplicity of options, right?

Aztec print vest: Mango, leather jacket: Zara, Oxblood skinnies: Vero Moda, leopard print portfolio clutch: ASOS, stack of rings: forever 21, ASOS and gifted, watch: C/O Fossil, loafers: C/O Zubiya

Till the next time,

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Colour me oxblood

As the Fall runway 2012 saw models saunter in their finest oxblood garments, there has been no turning back ever since. Fall 2013, fall 2014 continued to show immense love for this wine-burgundy-red-brown hue. As for me, I don't think there is another colour that I enjoy wearing as much for the spine tingling cold.
The new year brought with it a fantastic looking watch from Fossil India that I don't think can get enough of. It could be the thin leather strap in *surprise surprise* oxblood, or it could be the enamel dial with little crystals and a clean design. Or maybe the fact that Fossil is associated with fine quality watches and is definitely a name that lives up to the reputation. Its going to be my all day go-to watch now mostly because once you have a nice pair of watch on, your accessorising needs are minimal. And styling this watch meant that I didn't have to take away from the attention on the rich oxblood strap to any other piece of accessory. Maybe the rings but thats to keep the accessorising only for the hands. :)

Wearing: aztec print tank: Mango, Quilted leather jacket: Zara, Oxblood skinnies: Vero Moda (SALE: Rs. 900!), Leopard print portfolio bag: ASOS, Golden glitter loafers: C/O Zubiya (more about these in the next post), oxblood watch: C/O Fossil India, rings: assorted (forever 21, ASOS and gifted)

Check out the Facebook page of Fossil and follow them on twitter here. And if like me you want to decide which Fossil goody to go for next (eyeing their jewellery now), the website of Fossil India will keep you hooked.

Till the next time,


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