Happy Friday everyone! Back with the second release of the collab. Here I wore some simple earrings that can easily dwell into your basic everyday outfit. And if you're looking for something fresh and edgy Accessories Nepal has got it covered. Also, I am wearing the necklace that I was talking about it in the previous post with a blazer but you can go for a classic white shirt / blue jeans route or even wear it with a turtleneck this fall. 

Hope you all are enjoying the collaboration. But wait there's more coming!

MUA & Stylist: Nitisha Lama | Photos by Aman Shrestha | All adornments by Accessories Nepal



Hello you lovely lot! How are you all today?

 I am back with another collaboration with Accessories Nepal. And this time I've tried something that's out of my comfort zone. We were very experimental with the hair and the makeup which you might have noticed already. I had an amazing time shooting for these images & I am so happy with the way it turned out. I also wanted to apologize for the lack of posts, but I've few planned ahead!

Now let's get to the post. The new collection has hit the stores and it offers oodles of designs in the form of rings, earrings, necklaces, cuffs and so much more. For instance, the dream catcher inspired necklace I wore is a great conversation starter. Besides this, I am also eyeing the stunning silver layered choker style necklace with thread work detail on them, which I'll be posting next. I especially loved the statement making earrings as the festival season has officially begun, something that I maybe would be donning in the next few days of Dashain. 
What do you guys think of the collection and the eclectic looks? What's your favourite piece from the new collection? Grab it before it's gone! 
MUA & Stylist: Nitisha Lama
Photos by Aman Shrestha | All adornments by Accessories Nepal



I am finally able to post something that has been sitting in my archives for a long time. 
We shot this outfit a while back in collaboration with KALIGARH x TEYANG and I am very pleased with how the pictures came out. I love how the jewelry works well with the tailored minimal attire. Not only do I love the nominal designs of the jewelry but the fact that they are hand-crafted makes them even more special. The return to Nepali aesthetics is refreshing. Teyang, who is one of my favourite Nepali designers, was an amazing person to work with. I am glad to have worked with such renowned brands. 

I am wearing a full sleeve pinstripe georgette blouse which is a smart alternative to your basic white button down. I have paired it with a relaxed / roomy culottes and linen coat (love em!)Linens have always been my favourite kind of fabric to wear. And is a great transition piece too. 
Love how the silver compliments the neutral tones of the outfit. 
P.S. Happy Teej
Photos by Prakat Khati