Monday, 28 March 2016

Why You Need At Least 1 Pair Of Converse Sneakers


Converse sneakers have been around longer than you think


The company was founded in 1908, and for those math-challenged people, that means Converse has been around for 108 years. Granted the company first made galoshes and other “work-related” rubber shoes – by the time 1917 rolled around, they made the first All Star basketball shoe. The design has remained pretty damn consistent over the years. The only thing that changes is new styles added really. Different fabrics and colors and all that. And of course, they very publicly changed their design to add more support but the overall look and feel didn’t change at all, they just made them a little more comfortable to wear. No more fat foot feeling.

The Very First All Star

Converse sneakers never go out of style
Like, literally never go out of style. Depending on how you style them, they can easily go from the too-cool-for-school hipster look to a very chic-on-the-street blogger look.


Hipster
Yeah, back in my high school scene days, Converse were the shit. You weren’t a true scene kid (or “hipster” as they somewhat refer to it now) unless you had at least 5 pairs. High tops, low tops, etc. Do you remember the hemp version? That was my go-to for pretty much my entire junior year of high school.

                               


Blogger Chic

You can be wearing fricken pajamas and throw on a pair of converse and instantly transform your outfit. Is it because it’s just a timeless shoe that can carry it’s own weight? Probably.





Versatility is key
Converse sneakers fit so many different demographics, they’re unisex, and they’re a classic sneaker that has a long-standing history. This makes them an undeniably absolute to every fashionistas closet. Honestly, if you don’t own at least one pair – you should be ashamed. But it’s okay, there’s always opportunities to improve. Getcho self a pair ASAP. Join the club.



Colors of 2016: Rose Quartz



Each year, Pantone releases the anticipated colors of the year list, and we all bathe ourselves in the shades as if we’ve never heard nor seen them before. This year is no different Pantone, “the world renowned authority on color” has released 2016’s supreme swatches and we are already in love.

Pantone, “known worldwide as the standard language for color communication from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer” is a company the world has come to rely on when the new year’s styles are unveiled to the masses.


Let us first begin with the glam and girliest shade of them all­ Rose Quartz. The not quit flamingo, not quite blush color you will definitely see popping about this year in heels, hair, makeup, and attire. Therefore, In honor of this “new” hue, here is a color collection of coordinating images for a little bit of style ­inspiration. Enjoy!













Feeling inspired? We thought so.  Shop our Rose Quartz Style below:



Friday, 11 March 2016

CASUAL PLAID AND WHITES FT.ORANJE - BY ABHA TIWARI

“Getting out of my comfort zone” seems like just a motivational phrase but if you look deep inside every words and work every letter of it , you will realise how hard it is to actually function yourself each passing days. And I think feeling a sense of comfort , in whatever you wear is a must but changing the way you dress like prints,fabric or color play a big role in transitioning the way dress up,changing the whole look. I have the habit of wearing the same type of clothes and would buy the same thing again and again just in color variation, and hence the resolution “getting out of my comfort zone”.
I was sent the whole outfit by Oranje and I must say their whole collection is amazing. Their collection is very girly with florals,plaids,polka dots and color blocks and what else do you need for summer,right?
I paired this plaid trouser with a ganji and open buttoned white shirt , just to balance out the whole plaid print. Im wearing sunglasses from Missamore,boho neckpiece from hints of pink ,pumps from Dorothy Perkins and bag from the streets of Pune.









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