We manage to get the right outfit for the right occasion, but sometimes when it comes to jewellery, we often forget to look for the appropriate piece. We pick something that already exists in our closet and hope to make it work. As an accessory, the right jewellery has the power to make or break your look.
I used to be a jeans girl. But for the last few months, I have been rather distant from this particular clothing category. Maybe it’s the lockdown and the heat, or the fact that post 30, the act of pulling on tight anything is tedious. But, it’s been six weeks and I have not donned a single pair of ‘fitted’ two-legged denim bottoms.
Before we get into this, let me tell you where I stand. If online shopping got any more convenient, I wouldn’t enter a mall. If online shopping were a sport, I’d be a gold medalist. Now what part of the following don’t you like?
You get to sit in bed, eat cake and browse through the latest collections.
Even though the world is more connected today, this current pandemic has made us look inwards, at ourselves and our country. Now more than ever we need to shop and support local – which shouldn’t be hard given the great designers and brands we have on offer at our doorsteps. Anyone who knows me, knows that my style veers towards flowy,
(Of a woman) attractively small and dainty.
Apparently, we stop growing (height-wise) after the age of 15. I realised that little fun-fact when I turned 16. I was 5’2 and what accompanied my tiny frame was a pair of shockingly short legs. Not that I ever wanted to pursue modelling, but I scratched it off my list of possible career paths.
I wouldn’t call myself a full-fledged influencer but as someone who works from home on the regular, lockdown or not, I’ve got to say these last 40 odd days have been quite challenging. Primarily I’m a social media manager, but I do create content for my own page over on Instagram – I mean it’s fun,
With the world going into lockdown and people having to stay indoors, working from home (#WFH) has become the new normal. This slowing down of pace has changed the way people dress, veering more towards relaxed, comfy silhouettes, whilst still keeping stylish. Be it the trusted trackie or our all-time favourite white t-shirt; some of our favourite girls share their #WFH looks –
We live in unique times. Thanks to social media, being a celebrity isn’t that difficult anymore. And being a designer, even easier. However, building a brand? Now that’s a whole other story. Be it a designer label or an influencer profile, launching (and sustaining) a brand takes a lot of time, effort and most of all unwavering commitment!
Where do you look when you’re in need of some serious fashion inspiration? For me, I turn to my favourite TV shows and the extremely stylish women they feature. Although all my favourite shows are set in a different era (coincidence much?), they all have great trends that can easily be adapted to modern times. (thank you Pinterest!)
Betty Draper on Mad Men
The white sunglasses.
We know you must be wondering, what is point of styling tips when we can’t leave the house? But at StyleCracker we like planning ahead, so try these tips at home and be ready to come out of this lockdown with some really cool new outfits.
At StyleCracker summer has us dreaming of white sandy beaches,
Whether you call it a tote, a hold-all or a giant handbag; we can all agree that it’s a boon to have at least one of these in your life. Because apart from the regular laptop and makeup case, we now have the added responsibility of carrying a sanitiser, mask, tissues and other paraphernalia to keep us kicking those germs and staying healthy everyday.
Ever since it’s inception, Warp ‘n Weft has been the brand synonymous with Benarasi weaves. They’re known for their sustainable processes as well as conserving handloom traditions and it’s safe to say, each and every one of their pieces is a labor of love and meticulously made.
While scrolling through their Instagram and making mental notes for some of our own wedding days,