Of Prints & Patterns

Hey, beauties!

I have this habit of going through my old stuff, ditching my new apparels for some time and trying out the out-dated ones in a more modern way. When we were kids, my dad would always get us variety of new clothes and what was hilarious was that he wouldn’t just shop for us but also, for the future us. At that time, we had trunks full of clothes that didn’t fit us, that my sister and I planned to save for our “future” self. Funny, I know! However, it’s a lot like shopping online for yourself and still getting surprised when your order arrives or hiding few bucks in a winter jacket just so you find the same money next winter. A gift for you by you. I’m still fascinated with the idea and yes, I continue to do so even now.

While going through the same collection that I had saved when I was somewhere around the age of 12, I found this gorgeous green long skirt with the pattern you can completely get lost in for a while. I rarely wear skirts because I find them restrictive and difficult to travel in but this one, I couldn’t take off when I tried it.

My childhood memory of trying this skirt when I couldn’t fit into it and dying to grow up just so that I could fit in it is where my inspiration for this post came from. Hence, I decided to create an outfit that is vintage yet bohemian and something you can definitely wear to college.

In the outfit, I’m wearing a see-through knot crop top, white canvas shoes, a gemstone necklace as a waist belt (kamar-bandh), oxidized silver chandbalis and of course, the skirt from the past.

A fashion tip to keep in mind would be if you are not very experimental with your outfits, then pairing the apparel that has a very strong pattern with something plain would be better. In this outfit, I’ve paired my skirt with a plain top. Had I gone for something else which had patterns too, the outfit would have appeared too strong. I like keeping my outfits simple and sticking to just one statement apparel/accessory. Here, that would be my skirt.

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

OUTFIT DETAILS:

  • Top (Sarojini Nagar)
  • White Canvas Shoes (Amazon)
  • Chandbalis & Gemstone Necklace (My Instagram store @SimplyGorgoeus002)

I hope you liked this outfit and the story behind it. For any sneak peaks & my shopping hauls, follow me on Instagram @PrettyLittleVirtuoso.

P.S: Do not throw away your clothes. Donate them this December and bring happiness and warmth into someone else’s life.

Thank you for reading!

With love,

Simran Bharti

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Basic-ally Breathtaking

“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”

Hello, everyone!

I’m back with another post. I know it’s been really long since I posted anything on the blog because I have been so occupied with a lot of things lately. The last month has been like a roller coaster of events. I hope your year has been eventful too.

This article features two of my basic shirts that I have paired differently, showing how basic apparels can be made breathtaking using the mentioned styling tips.

In the first outfit, I’m wearing a shirt as a shirt dress with my denim jacket, plain black socks and a bohemian necklace as a belt. While wearing a dress that doesn’t fit your body properly or is of a bigger size, don’t hesitate to go for belts.

For those of you girls who are into chunky accessories or have a nice collection of necklaces you feel you never get a chance to wear, this is your chance to be little experimental and show off your accessory collection. I loved how the necklace didn’t look out of place and was easy to carry around and adjust as well.

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In the second outfit, I’m wearing a shirt dress with a black belt, socks, boots and denim jacket. I’ve kept the first few buttons open to show my bralette’s design. Feel free to go for lace bralettes, chokers and quotation pendants. This shoot was done in the month of January when the weather was cold, hence the boots with the socks. My intention was to show how, instead of wearing thigh high boots with dresses and shorts on a daily basis which might look little over board, you can go for thigh high or normal length socks with your daily-wear boots or block/platform heels and save the money you’d have otherwise spent on the boots that you’d wear just once or twice in a year. But well, I guess it’s a little late for that fashion tip. 😛

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

OUTFIT DETAILS:

  • Shirt dress (Bought for Rs 250 from  Sarojini Nagar, Delhi)
  • Denim Jacket (Bought for Rs 250 from Sarojini Nagar, Delhi)
  • Check Shirt (Bought for Rs 200 from Sarojini Nagar, Delhi)
  • Sling bag (Bought for Rs 350 from Kamla Nagar Market)
  • Ring (My Instagram store @SimplyGorgoeus002)
  • Bohemian coin necklace (Amazon.in)
  • Black socks (Amazon.in)
  • Bralette (Amazon.in)
  • Boots from SSS

Anyway, the purpose of creating these two outfits was to show how your simple/basic clothing can be worn in a different style only if you remember to follow few styling tips. All it takes is a little effort to make your outfit more stylish, bring your confidence to a new level and look Simply Gorgeous.

I hope you liked the outfit and found the content useful.

Feel free to like and share the post.

Thank you for taking out time to go through the post!

With love and warmth,

Simran Bharti

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Winter Bells

“What good is the warmth of summer without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.”

Hello, girls!

I hope you all are enjoying your winter break and eagerly looking forward to 2017 like I am. Before I move on to the article, I would like to thank everyone who personally messaged me to appreciate my work and told me how much they love it. Your messages really motivate me to put more efforts in my work.

The idea for this blog post came to me when I was taking out my winter clothes and found this bell sleeves winter over-coat. I wondered only if this kind of apparel could be worn as casual wear, I would have so many more outfits for college and that was when I decided to use this for my next blog post. Since bell sleeves is back in fashion, I thought why not add something similar to my winter wardrobe. I had bought this coat last year from Sarojini Nagar just for 150 bucks and since then, I have only worn it once.

While creating this outfit, I wanted to make sure that I keep it as casual as possible while making sure it still stands out. Instead of wearing this over coat with a dress, I decided to pair it up with my mid-rise Levis jeans. Pairing it up with a simple black scoop neck top would have been too simple so I decided to wear my lace bralette with it. These lace bralettes have also been trending a lot so if you don’t have one, you can find it anywhere online. You can also pair it up with a full mesh top and a jacket. That way, it won’t be too revealing and the outfit would still look very chic.

For accessory, you should definitely wear black O-ring velvet choker (something I had forgotten to wear because I did four outfits in a day and it just slipped out of my mind that I had to wear it with this outfit). I wouldn’t suggest wearing any scarf with it since it’s already a high neck coat but if yours isn’t, feel free to add one to your outfit.

For footwear, I wore simple leather black boots and finished the look with some dark smokey eye make-up.

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

OUTFIT DETAILS:

  • Off-white Bell Sleeve Overcoat (Bought for Rs. 150 from Sarojini Nagar Market)
  • Mid-rise jeans by Levis
  • Lace bralette (Amazon.in)
  • Black Leather Boots (Flipkart)

I hope you guys liked the tips that I mentioned above and the content was helpful. Keep following me for more article updates.

Thank you for reading!

With love,

Simran Bharti

A Retro Story

Hello, all!

Here I am with the article that I have been postponing for so long but not anymore! So, this green top that I had bought from Sarojini Nagar two years ago, was lying under the heap of my clothes and I had never worn it much because it didn’t go well with an of the bottom wear I had back then. However, when I recently put it on, I loved how to colour of the top looked so lively and how well it looked. I even worn it to college and got a lot of compliments which I wasn’t expecting. 😛 These knot-tops were not in fashion at the time when I had bought it but now they surely are. Anyway, so the reason why I decided to publish this post was because of this outfit’s retro vibe. The entire outfit is retro. Hence, the name of the article.

I do hope you like the outfit. All the looks that I create on my blog are affordable and easy to recreate and so is this one. It’s very easy to find a knot crop top and a flared jeans. As far as the accessories go, if you like any of them from my blog posts, feel free to drop me a message on the Spoyl App. All my collection is available there under the username Sale sale sale and I can make stuff available for you if it’s out of stock. Other than that, I hope the details are helpful enough. You can recreate these outfits using your own personal style of course because your personal touch is what makes your outfits unique. 🙂

So, let’s see how the outfit looks.

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

Outfit Details:

  • Green knot crop top: Bought for Rs 250 from Sarojini Nagar, Delhi
  • Mid Rise Flared Jeans by Miss Bennett London (Jabong)
  • Peep Toes Leather Pencil Heels: Bought for Rs 500 From Karol Bagh, Delhi
  • Bow Sling Bag: Bought for Rs 300 from Kamla Nagar, Delhi
  • Golden Heart Bracelet: My collection on Spoyl (Username: Sale sale sale)

I hope you liked the article. Also, have you checked out my previous article yet? If not, do so. I’m sure you’ll like the 4  Last Minute Indo Western Diwali Outfits I created.

Follow me on Instagram (@PrettyLittleVirtuoso) for more amazing post updates.

Thank you!

With love,

Simran Bharti

Exploring New Terrains

“The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams.”
― Oprah Winfrey

Hey, all!

I’m sorry I haven’t been able to keep up with the posting date for my blog posts. The reason why I couldn’t post this article before was that I couldn’t come up with a good title for this outfit. I feel like the blog title makes a lot of difference when you’re publishing something. This is the first thing that attracts readers’ attention so I wanted it to be good enough for the outfit. I wanted the look to convey how I feel about it. I wanted the outfit to speak for itself but still, you have to give words to things at times. The location of this is shoot is an abandoned house all covered in leaves and trees and my look was inspired from this location. I wanted to put up something related to an adventurer; a look that would say that I’m willing to explore new terrains and I’m looking for adventure in my life. Far away from technology and the daily rush, I’m willing to get in touch with nature and discover things about myself that I have never known. People who like to travel a lot would be able to connect with what I’m saying. I wanted a carefree look; a calmer and more organised self and someone who is passionate enough to chase the things that they want in their life.

Lately, I’ve been trying to do the same thing in my life. I had been caught up with so many things before I started blogging that I ended up making a mess because you can only control so much. Therefore, I decided to quit all my other freelancing jobs, take a break from that hectic schedule of mine and focus on the more important things. I had realized I needed to take a break before I start working on something that I have always wanted to do. Now, I feel like I’m doing well at the things I’m focusing on and man, it feels good when you have everything under control. Being organised and keeping things under control is one of the most important things you need in life. Fashion photography blog is my new terrain that I’m exploring right now. I’m new at it, I’m excited about it and I’m willing to learn more about it.

I have also decided to not set any particular day for posting my articles. I had decided to do so earlier because I felt choosing a deadline would keep reminding me that I need to get done with this one task every week in time and not forget that I have to do this. However, now I feel that setting a deadline only makes me see fashion blogging as some work that I need to get done with, which I never wanted it to be. I never wanted it to be one of those tasks that I have to do because at some point in my life, I had decided this to be my thing. No, I want to work on it out of passion and choice, not pressure. So, I’ll keep you guys posted on Instagram whenever I’ll come up with any article. Do follow me there and keep checking my Instagram story as well to see the kind of nonsense I do on a daily basis. 😛 I’ll try to post one article weekly and if I don’t then I’ll make sure I come up with something interesting that’s worth the wait.

You can check out the outfit details below.

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

Outfit Details

  • Black Jumpsuit (Bought for Rs 200 from Sarojini Nagar)
  • Denim Jacket (Bought for Rs 250 from Sarojini Nagar)
  • Round shades from Amazon.in
  • Rusted Boho Necklace by Zylph
  • Handbag by Miss Sixty
  • Watch by Sonata
  • Brown Boots by Street Style Store

Thank you for taking out the time to go through the blog post!

Keep following me for more.

With love,

Simran Bharti

Styling Denim Dungaree in 4 Ways

The new trend that is now again in fashion from the 90s is the trend of Denim Dungarees. Denim fabric is everyone’s favourite because it can paired up with almost anything and is the safest option to go for whenever you are planning for an outing and are in no mood to experiment but still want to put up an awesome outfit. The same thing can be said about denim dungarees as well. Girls have not only been wearing denim dungarees with casual tees but bralettes, sports bra, check shirts, plain shirts, tank tops and whatnot. It’s not just about pairing it up with different tops but also about creating different looks using the same apparel so that every time you wear it, it looks entirely different than the last time. This is the best thing about some clothing, you can style them in a variety of ways and still not get bored with them. After all, what is fashion without some experimentation and your personal touch, right?

To share my styling tips while creating outfits and my love for this new trend, I decided to come up with this post about styling denim dungaree in 4 ways using the stuff that I already had in my wardrobe. Let’s check out the outfits below:

Look 1: The One with the very-common stripped top

I have kept this look very casual and funky keeping in mind the wardrobe of every girl. In this outfit, I’m wearing a horizontally stripped top with my Old Navy dungaree, Sonata watch, white shoes and carrying a tribal print backpack that I bought from Sarojini Nagar Market a year ago. These bags can actually carry a lot of stuff and go with all the outfits. Almost everything that I’m wearing is bought from Sarojini Nagar Market and is very affordable. One of the reasons why I’ve started this fashion blog is to show girls that fashion is affordable and it’s not just about wearing expensive branded clothes but knowing how and what to wear to look good.

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Outfit Details:

  • Old Navy Denim Dungaree (Bought for Rs. 300 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • White Shoes(Amazon.in)
  • Sonata Watch (Flipkart)
  • Tribal print backpack (Bought for Rs. 350 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Stripped Top (Bought for Rs. 200 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)

Look 2: The One with the trending bralette

In this look, I’m wearing a front criss-cross bralette, a thick velvet choker and my truffle collection flats with my dungaree. With this outfit, I’m carrying this super classy leather backpack by Dressberry and I’ve finished the look with my Timex watch.

If you are a fashion enthusiast, then you must know about the latest trend of bralettes. These bralettes are available in a lot of designs but the designs that I would suggest you go for while wearing a dungaree is either a front criss-cross design or the cages one. Other designs, like the pyramid bralette, just won’t go with it. The best thing about the criss-cross bralette is that you don’t necessarily have to wear a net or transparent top to flaunt it. You can wear it with any deep neck top or as a top without making it look too much for college.

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Outfit Details:

  • Old Navy Denim Dungaree (Bought for Rs. 300 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Truffle Collection Flats (Jabong)
  • Timex Watch (Flipkart)
  • Dressberry Backpack (Myntra)
  • Front criss-cross bralette (Amazon)
  • Thick Velet Choker (Spoyl account: Sale Sale Sale)

Look 3: The One with the check shirt

I experimented a little with my casual dungaree and got this outfit. In this one, I’ve worn the same bralette (and you are free to wear either a spaghetti top or sports bra inside instead of the bralette) with my check shirt and the same white shoes from the first look. A loose shirt just wouldn’t go with the dungaree so I suggest you tie a knot and wear it the way I did. This way, you won’t have to worry about tucking your shirt in every once in a while, you’ll get the desired fitting, a chance to flaunt your curves even in a dungaree, and another new look for your runway days. Carry a casual backpack and you’re good to go.

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Outfit Details:

  • Old Navy Denim Dungaree (Bought for Rs. 300 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • White Shoes(Amazon.in)
  • Tribal print backpack (Bought for Rs. 350 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Check shirt (Bought for Rs. 200 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Front criss0cross bralette (Amazon.in)

Look 4: The One with the Denim on Denim look

Denim on denim is one of my favourite trends and is very much in fashion now. It looks stylish if you carry it in the right manner. My last look therefore is about how you can rock the denim on denim trend even when you’re wearing dungaree.

In this look, I’m wearing my stripped crop top, a full sleeves denim jacket and truffle collection flats with the same dungaree. For accessories, I’m wearing a beaded tattoo choker, my black round glasses, wired headband around my bun, Timex watch and carrying the same black Dressberry backpack.

If you do not want to wear a jacket made from the denim material, you are free to go for the ones that look exactly like denim but aren’t made from the same fabric. They are the best choice for summer if you want to wear denim without feeling suffocated in your outfit in summers because comfort comes first. Do not go around wearing something in which you aren’t comfortable because that way, you’ll end up feeling conscious about your outfit and the confidence just won’t come.

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

Outfit Details:

  • Old Navy Denim Dungaree (Bought for Rs. 300 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Truffle Collection Flats ( Jabong)
  • Timex Watch (Flipkart)
  • Denim Jacket (Bought for Rs. 250 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Dressberry Backpack (Myntra)
  • BeadedTattoo Choker (Spoyl account: Sale Sale Sale)
  • John Lennon Round Glasses (Amazon.in)
  • Stripped wire headband (Bought for Rs.45 fro, Kamla Nagar Market, Delhi)
  • Stripped Top (Bought for Rs. 200 from Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi)

Well, I hope you liked the 4 ways in which I styled my denim dungaree. You can do the same with yours using the style tips that I mentioned above.

Keep following me for more such posts, lovelies.

Stay gorgeous!

With love,

Simran Bharti

3 Ways To Style Your Shirt Dress

The best thing about some apparel is that you can style them in a lot of ways. One such apparel is a shirt dress. So, I recently bought a shirt dress that looked a lot like a shrug but could also be worn as an ethnic wear. It was then when the idea of styling that dress in three ways came to my mind and hence, I decided to come up with this post.

Like that dress, I’m sure you too must have a lot of apparel that you can wear in several ways and use to create different looks. All you need to do is experiment a little. Throw some stuff here, throw some stuff there and then, have a look at everything you have in your classy collection and I’m sure you’ll see how many versatile looks you can create using the clothes that you already own.

So, let’s have a look at all the three looks that I created using my vertically stripped shirt dress:

Look 1: The Casual Chic Girl Look

In this outfit, I wore my shirt dress as a long shrug. To make the look casual yet fashionable, I decided to wear a front criss cross bralette with my black scoop neck crop top, paired up with my Mid-rise Levis jeans. You can wear a bralette as a crop top as well and pair it up with a high-waist jeans. I got my bralette from Amazon. You can order the same online or get it from any flea market like Sarojini Nagar (Delhi) where you can get these for just 200 bucks.

To add a little bling to the outfit, I decided to go with my New Look Monk shoes from koovs and completed the look with a casual silver necklace that is from an online web-store called Zylph. It’s an accessory web-store where you can get chic accessories at affordable prices. The website belongs to my sister and hasn’t gone live yet. So, I’ll upload the link as soon as her website goes live and post about the same on my Instagram handle (@prettylittlevirtuoso).

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Outfit Details:

  • Black scoop neck crop top (Bought for Rs. 300 from Big C Mall, Delhi)
  • Front criss-cross bralette (Amazon.in)
  • Silver necklace (Zylph.in)
  • Vintage looking leather strap watch by Sonata (Flipkart)
  • Mid Rise shaping skinny jeans by Levis
  • New Look Single Strap Patent Monk Shoes (Koovs)
  • Vertically Stripped Dress from Funky Store (Kamla Nagar, Delhi)

Look 2: The Traditional Look

In the second look, I wore my shirt dress as a kurta and left the last few buttons open to give the look of a front-slit kurta. I paired it up with my Miss Chase high waist black jeggings and a pair of black flats.To add a little Indian touch to my look, I made a design with my sketch pen eye-liner which looked a lot like a bindi. You can use this hack as well if you plan to wear an ethnic outfit but don’t have Bindis with you.

For accessories, I decided to go with silver bangles, my leather strap Sonata watch and the must-have oxidized silver jhumkas. Jhumkas are the best way bring out the Indian-girl in you. They indeed look very elegant when worn with ethnic wear.

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Outfit Details:

  • Vertically Stripped Dress from Funky Store (Kamla Nagar, Delhi)
  • High waist black jeggings by Miss Chase
  • Black flats (Bought for Rs.200 from Sarojini Nagar, Delhi)
  • Oxidized silver jhumkas (Bought for Rs. 70 from Sarojini Nagar)

Look 3: The Date Look

Finally wearing this shirt dress as a dress, I created the last look called The Date Look. I wore my skin colored stocking socks with my New Look Blakc Monk shoes, carrying a black sling bag. You can do the same with black stocking socks as well if you have the same kind of shoes and recreate this simple yet stylish look.

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Photography by Eliza Anjum

Outfit Details:

  • Vertically Stripped Dress from Funky Store (Kamla Nagar, Delhi)
  • Black sling bag (Bought for Rs. 800 from Kamla Nagar, Delhi)
  • Skin colored stockings (Bought for Rs. 50 from Kamla Nagar, Delhi)
  • Watch by Sonata

I hope you liked the article and the three looks that I created using my shirt dress. Keep following me for more such posts.

Have a great day ahead and remember ladies, the world is your runway!