Have an occasion? We have the look
- July 10, 2019

When you put together a great outfit, the waiting game begins as to when you will get to debut it. And the time span from creating the look to showing it off all depends upon which one of your friends or family members has a thing to celebrate and if that doesn’t come soon enough, chances are that you will find an occasion and nail that outfit.

Here are some occasions that we love and are absolutely worth putting together a great outfit for and/or debuting that look you’ve been “dying” to wear.


Down in the Derby (Anchal Bhardwaj)

An event at the derby begs for an outfit in colors and styling which stand out among the crowd. So how does one achieve that? Three words: Fire Engine Red.

Look: Classic plaid skirt in red and black paired with a high-neck lace detailed tuck-in top. Accessorized with key pieces like a structured red bag, red pumps, and a little fascinator on your hair to add that British styling to your look. Keep your lips nude to balance out all the red or go all the way with a deep red to ramp up the drama.

Pretty day for a Picnic

Sure, going to a great restaurant or the trendiest bar is one way to celebrate a birthday, but nothing beats a relaxed picnic with some small eats, bubbly drinks, fun games, and your favorite people. Order a cute picnic basket online and pitch for a day under the sun for some good memories and of course an excuse to shop a cute look.

Look: Yellow and navy-blue checkered tube with high-waist flared out jeans with playfully teased ends. Chunky sneakers for your feet and an on-trend head band. Keep the accessories minimum and draw on some bright lips.

Brunches are Blessings (Swagata Dev)

Whoever says brunches are overrated, is just not doing it right. We love a good brunch and what’s not to love. The energy is infections, the food is flowing, the music is lit, and the fashion is festive. And the number of selfies…hundreds, thousands… ah just so many. Nailing brunch fashion is all about mixing and matching and carrying it off casually.

Look: Retro-style ruffled polka dot skirt in red paired with an off-shoulder floral top with flowers in red. Style with ballet flats in white and forget all your accessories at home except for maybe a small pair of earrings or a stack of rings. A look like this doesn’t have to be supported with too many accessories. Keep your lips nude.


Weekender Ready (Varun Verma)

All-day music festivals have transformed into being hotbeds for relevant fashion and styling trends along with being a celebration of all thing’s music. Festival fashion is all about looking laid back yet on-point. And we know just how to strike a balance so perfect that your pictures pop.

Look: A ripe orange polo paired with nautical themed shorts. Complete the look with bright white sneakers and a statement accessory like a chunky watch. Style that hair to perfection and pack an extra pair of sunnies.

All-Purpose Outfit (Karron Dhingra)

If you’re the kind who doesn’t like to tediously spend time putting together a look then this is the perfect one for you. An all-purpose look is one that fits all. From a brunch to a music festival, you’re going to shine.

Look: Pair straight-fit pants in an ivory white with a tropical printed casual shirt. Throw on some loafers or sneakers in white depending on where you’re going. Loafers are great for a brunch while sneakers are appropriate for a sundowner event.

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