Sunday, 31 July 2016


Bell sleeves is big this year and I bought this top as it's very feminine and combines the current bell sleeves trend with these dramatic frills and who doesn't like a bit of drama. It's like we are back in 70's and lovin' it.

I am sure you are seeing these sleeves everywhere- on tops, capes, blouses, dresses and even jumpers (I shared a look with bell sleeves jumper a few days ago, click here if you missed it).

 I love sharing pieces that can be taken from day to night effortlessly. Depending on the type of top, it can be a part of your weekend casual look with ripped jeans, your office attire with pants as well as part of your night out with a pencil skirt.

I bought this knit because it combines the current trend and my personal liking for the colour white. 

Yes, before you start asking, I promise to pair it with a pair of culottes and add volume to volume. Will share another look on "Daily Details" soon.

Scroll down to see the two looks that I am currently wearing in this freezing Melbourne weather. Hopefully, sun will shine on us again and I can combine this versatile top with shorts/ skirts. 

 As I always say, think about three looks that you can create before buying something new and trust me, the options with bell sleeves trend is endless. 

- From my perspective

P.S.- The top is still available in selected Seed Heritage stores but not online.
Ask for the "frill crepe knit".
The Zara heels are currently on sale and are perfect for fall/ spring. Try and get your hands on it. 

Look 1-

Look 2- 

Look 1-
Top- Seed Heritage (Similar here and here)
Jeans- Pull & Bear (similar here)
Black Heels- Aldo Shoes
Bag- Mon Purse

Look 2-
Top- Seed Heritage (Similar here and here)
Shoes- Zara (similar here)
Sunglasses- Ray Ban Clubmaster


Sunday, 17 July 2016


Who ever said comfy can't be stylish? You can even wear joggers these day (call it joggers instead of trackies) to a pub and look stylish. Its all about picking the right pieces from your wardrobe and putting them together. 

Weekends for me is usually about comfy outfits and for me nothing's more comfy then a pair of culottes and an oversized coat? Keeps you warm and stylish. Add a wool top with a (built-in) choker and you can beat this Melbourne chill. 
I love this outfit as it's breezy and chic (especially when you know, you will be binging on thai food after shopping).

I wore this for a day out with my friends which included a few hours of shopping. The best thing about this outfit?- easy on, easy off- that's my mantra when I shop. 

Most of you know that I love putting neutrals together in an outfit- just so easy and effortless to style.

Until a few years ago, I wouldn't have thought of pairing lose bottoms with an oversized coat. I would have styled it with a tucked in top or a leather jacket but then again I love experimenting. 
Like I experimented by adding this bright lipstick. The bright lipstick did invite a few extra stares when I was walking down the streets but who doesn't love that extra attention?

Hope you all like this easy to style breezy look!!

- From my perspective

P.S.- Confession, I bought another pair of culottes during my shopping spree in black (obviously!!) 

 Top- Kookai
Culottes- Zara
Coat- Kookai
Boots- Seed Heritage
Hat- Aldo
Sunglasses- Dior
Bag- Kate Spade NY


Sunday, 3 July 2016


Don't you love it when you find that puuurfect white shirt and you love everything about it? You love how it fits & looks on you and the fact that it can be styled in more ways then one. 

Every time I buy something, I try and think of minimum three ways it can be worn. If I can think of three ways, you can't stop me from buying it.

It's good to have pieces in your wardrobe that be can mixed 'n' matched to create multiple outfits instead of buying something that will only create one outfit.

I had been on a look out for a perfect white cotton shirt for almost a month and then I came across this gorgeous piece from Seed Heritage (can't find it online) that was a fabulous alternative to the usual white shirts I had in my wardrobe. How could I say no? 

As soon as I tried this shirt, I knew it can be styled very easily with skinny jeans or leggings as it nips at the waist and has a flowy bottom. 
What I wanted to do was, create a perfect weekend outfit as well so I also paired it with boyfriend jeans & brogues and I loved that result!!

Keep scrolling to see all the three looks that I created with yet another versatile addition to my wardrobe.

I think a white shirt is a wardrobe staple that never goes out of style.
- From my perspective

Look 1- Sling a coat
Pair it with skinny jeans, ankle boots and a long wool coat in this cold weather.

Top- Seed Heritage 
(similar here, here & here)
Jeans- Zara
Coat- Bardot (similar here)

(P.S.- I love the tassles on these suede ankle boots)

Look 2- Monochrome
Add a pair of skinny leather leggings/ pants and wear a leather jacket on top.
This look for perfect for a nice dinner with friends.

Top- Seed Heritage
(similar herehere & here)
Pants- Sportsgirl

Shoes- Wittner

Look 3- Casual 'n' Fun!!
Boyfriend jeans 'n' brogues + a leather jacket = the weekend chic look!!

Top- Seed Heritage
(similar herehere & here)
Jeans- Zara
Leather Jacket- Zara UK


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