Our quirky separate: A Headdress
Our spin on it: We used this floral scarf for a simple, no-brainer college look. Working with a pair of basic ripped jeans and a chic cut-out white shirt, we show you how a gorgeous scarf can be knotted into a headdress – something you’d probably not think of wearing on campus, but is completely unique and scores full style points!
Product credits - White shirt: Stylista, Jeans: Model’s own, Ballet flats: Queue Up, Headdress: Queue Up, Earrings and cuff: both Curio Cottage
Our quirky separate: A Pyjama Jacket
Our spin on it: Ordinarily, you wouldn’t think of wearing a floosy pyjama jacket to the club. We worked the look by pairing this flowy number with printed pants and adding a touch of glam with a statement neckpiece and a contrasting oxblood velvet clutch.
Product credits – Pyjama jacket: Forever 21, Pants: Zara, Neckpiece: bebe, Clutch: Nine West
Our quirky separate: Pyjama Pants
Our spin on it: When it comes to work wear, we hardly inch further from our tried and done trouser-meets-shirt combo. Change that up by teaming a pair of lax pyjama pants, which may sound outrageous on a Monday morning, but look absolutely chic with this powder blue coat and a tartan blouse.
Product credits - Coat: Zara, Pants: Zara, Check shirt: Stylista, Earrings: Curio Cottage, Shoes: Zara
Our quirky separates: A Crop Top and Maxi Skirt
Our spin on it: Think weddings and we’re instantly worrying about the burden of heavy lehengas and saris! Not anymore. We took this beautiful cut-out crop top and a trailing maxi skirt to replace the choli and skirt, and made it wedding worthy by draping a sequinned embroidered net dupatta. A pair of kundan earrings is all the ethnic bling you need to make your way to that soirée.
Product credits – Crop top: Vinegar, Maxi skirt: Vinegar, Dupatta: Stylist’s own, Ring and earrings: both Curio Cottage, Shoes: Charles & Keith
Our quirky separate: Sequinned Shorts
Our spin on it: We know that you always have to style bling with caution. Trust us when we say that you can pull this off to your first day at college. How? It’s easy – keep everything else minimal and casual. A knotted denim shirt, printed plimsolls and a large tote are all you need to make those sparkly shorts work for you.
Product credits – Shirt: Stylist’s own, Shorts: Zara, Shoes: Linking road, Bag: Charles & Keith, Cuff: Curio Cottage
Styling credits – Photographer: Akshata Viveka, Stylist: Deepa Sajnani, Hair and makeup: Pooja Mathur, Model: Raechelle Rapozo, Fashion intern: Shraddha Mehta
Location courtesy: bebe (Bandra)