Showing posts with label minimalstyle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label minimalstyle. Show all posts

20.1.18

F L U K E






GOBI Sweater / URBAN OUTFITTERS Jeans / DULLA Boots 


First post of the year! Hope you all are having a good start!
Back with a quick outfit post featuring my winter staples. 


*BTW - are you guys aware about the feature on the blog 

where you can directly go to the website 
with just a click on the  ALL CAPS brand names!*

 Photos by NISHON SHAKYA


21.12.17

L O A F E R














PORTOBELLO ROAD BOUTIQUE Trench Coat 

 URBAN OUTFITTERS Jeans 


MATALAN Turtleneck 


 DULLA Loafers 


ALDO Watch
























It is always a pleasure to work with the proficient shoe designer, Dulla 
and this time he has come up with a versatile range of footwear for the 
winter '17 collection. And for this non-black outfit I stepped into a smart, 
gradient tan loafers. It's the perfect style of shoes for those who want to dress up a little but still want to achieve the laid-back look. 
It is comfortable yet chic. This is also available in men's section with a slightly minimal finish. 























Loafers have been around for a long long time but it has been brought back on the streets inclusive of contemporary elements by the designers, making it the "must-have" shoe. Well the one I am wearing falls more towards- preppy and classic style of loafers. I constructed my outfit keeping the shoe as my base. I tried my best to not make it an all black outfit, hence I paired my favourite blue high-waisted mum jeans with a cozy white turtleneck and layered a long trench coat to keep me warm which also compliments the tan loafers.

Photos By NISHON SHAKYA

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3.12.17

F A W N












DULLA Boots & Bag GINGER Sweater Dress 

It's December! I had shot this look couple of weeks back but finally got the chance to post it. This being my first knee high boots I was very excited to style it. So I decided to go for a relaxed fit sweater dress in warm neutral tone that I bought last winter. I love the loose feel of the dress pairing it up with the rather chic looking knee high boots by Dulla. These boots are a great addition to my winter collection. It's suede, something I was always hesitant on wearing but it's actually very easy to maintain, " just use a clean brush or sponge and wipe it in one direction, Ahmed Dulla".

Photos by Nishon Shakya 
Location courtesy: Le Sherpa 

Happy Winter!

29.9.17

S I L K







FABINDIA Anarkali & Palazzo / MP NEPAL Accessories / MAD ABOUT BAGS Heels

Something new to celebrate this festive season and break the monotonous pattern. 
The idea of wearing effortless, clean cuts and timeless piece holds impact. Contemporary yet elegant style of clothing is what I usually opt for in western as well as traditional wear. This silk blend green anarkali compliments my skin tone, has a minimal embroidery and a relaxed fit. And to lighten up the lush green I wore a cream cotton/silk palazzo, threw a cream silk organza stole over the shoulder to match my pants. But it can be worn independently without the shawl too for more laid-back, hands free approach. So to complete the ensemble I chose an embellished choker and earrings set which complemented the bronze sequence details on the anarkali.

Photos by NISHON SHAKYA

~ Happy Dashain ~