Thursday, April 29, 2010

Blooming Dales











The most difficult part about blogging for me is clicking pictures on the road, more so because it is so difficult to find an empty lane in India! And yes, taking  pictures  is a very exciting affair here, so when people spot me on the road getting clicked, everyone's curiousity is aroused. A few curious onlookers even wanted to know why i  was so self obsessed :-)

Is it just me or do you guys out there face something similar ?

White tee: Delhi (Sarojni Market)
Shoes: London(Gift from a friend)
Jodhpur trousers:Hand made
Chain :Commercial Street(Bangalore)
Belt:Lifestyle(Bangalore)
Red Clutch: Pondicheery  flee market
Location : 11 th main Malleshwaram

68 comments:

  1. yes,
    it is harder than wordpress...
    glad to see you photos!

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  2. I get a lot of curious onlookers too when I take pictures but none the less you are lovely and that necklace is so pretty!

    cheers, Jesa

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  3. you made those pants?????
    oh.. you should see the look i get whenever i wear something else other that a t-shirt and jeans.. even when i am not clicking pictures.. they are always looking at me with 'what the hell is she wearing' kind of expression.

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  4. loved the wall behind and the whites and green on you :)

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  5. Just nod wisely, wave your hand and say; "it's okay. I'm a blogger."
    ...like how a Jedi Master calms an excited crowd :D

    I gave up caring what others [negatively] think of me a long time ago.

    Now to more important things.... you are so GAWgeous!! Love the outfit, the setting too and of course, those pants are just genius!

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  6. Ah dusk ! if i have to brighten up my day all i need to do is read your comments :-)

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  7. loove. i love how you put in so much effort into everything.

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  8. Thank you Sulagans , long time no see? :-)

    Thanks Shivani :-) its effort indeed but its a lot of fun as well :-)

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  9. Koshy , i know what you mean by the looks! somehow thats never bothered me , and yes i made them
    Jodhpurs

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  10. Where did u get these trousers made from IN Delhi??

    Truly awesome!!!

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  11. is that your DIY jodhpurs? You look very pretty in your very simple outfit. love yre beautiful smile..

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  12. Love your trousers! And that necklace is great too! I've never taken pictures outside (except in my own garden) I'm afraid! Wouldn't feel comfortable but I should give it a try cause my photos are always the same and would like to have some different settings.

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  13. Dude! thats some really smart stuff... excellent.

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  14. Okay I can see what that greem neck thingie is doing to your white...and I am nighty glad I picked up some green last saturday !

    I have been thinking of teaming it with a white kurta like shirt I'd designed that has a lil more width at its lower line and can be worn with a belt along with cool blue leggings or light mauve knee length harem/balloon pants. YOu think that'll work?

    I love what have done to your dads pants..chic!

    And hey, I will send you some picks in sometime....after this weekend girls party. Thnx for asking, again!

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  15. I love ur cute wall background!! I have never been a big fan of jodhpur pants but u totally rock them - I am going to give it a second chance:-) ur purse is adorable but it does look *cough* teeny weeny *cough* in proportion, pls. dont get mad:-)

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  16. oh, I forgot to sey u look very impish in the second last picture!! what mischievous thoughts are u thinking:-)

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  17. Cindrella : if it has a little width towards the end , hmm i am thinking blue leggings , but again if your planning on teaming it with a belt ,knee length Harem pants would look great as well , Cannot wait to see the pictures :-)

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  18. Sonali : no no not at all :) keep those inputs coming
    Its a coin purse but fits a little more like cards and my phone also the trouser has huge pockets , that took care of the utility part :)

    About the second picture, Had just got whistled by a passer by , hope that explains it :-)

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  19. Lovely look!! :) :) :) And yeahp i face the same problem!! I love clicking pics with the clothes i wear on roads cuz i mix and match and all that but when my frnds and me take pics everyone looks as tho we've landed from mars and stuff!! its crap!! :P ahahah!!

    I am self obsessed nonetheless! LOL!! LOL!! lovely anyways! :)

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  20. I have been trying to post a comment for about an hour now..sorry if it has already been posted. Just wanted to say..you have a great smile :-)

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  21. Love the Necklace..........so adorable!

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  22. @Sonshu : i know what it feels like :)&thanks :)

    @Rads : the net is kinda screwed from a while now :)
    Thank you so much :-)

    @GNSD: thank you :-)

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  23. i LOVe u LOoK siMPLe cHiC oN tHaT WHiTe TEe..
    (^.^)v

    www.aldoakira.blogspot.com

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  24. Bangalore looks lovely...as do you :)) Love the clutch and the necklace add a lovely pop of colour to your very summer chic look :) I really must come down to Bangalore I have family who keeps inviting me over plus all your pics make it look stunning!

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  25. Ah ! you must visit Bangalore , you will like it i am sure :)

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  26. Self obsessed? LOL! Ignore them sis :) In some ways that is what makes it more fun isn't it? People are eternally curious about others there ...
    Should have told them you are a model ;) autograph requests would have come then :D

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  27. OMG, I get those stares too that's why I don't shoot out so much. But don't mind them, you're young and beautiful.

    I love the necklace, such a perfect accessory to brighten this ensemble. xoxo

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  28. thanks for the compliment
    your look is always cool

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  29. Yup! I know just what you mean. I get super insecure because I don't want people to think I'm a tourist in my own neighborhood. So I don't take nearly as many photos as I want to. Sigh...

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  30. Still loving these trousers! And the shoes are so pretty! I wanna raid your shoe closet. I can’t comment on taking pics in the street because I take all mine indoors. It will be interesting over the summer when I am in Australia and England and taking pictures in public. I think I might be too shy.

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  31. lovedddddddddddddddda way u accesorize urself...chic chic Bravo....And merci do visit ma blog fr more updates....

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  32. Thank you so much :-)
    @WIWHW any time :)
    thanks Anikate

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  33. That coin purse doubling as a clutch is sooo cute.I love th play of colours in your attire-the lovely green and red against white and black.
    You made these jodhpurs?I am a fan for life now!

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  34. Simple yet stunning outfit! I really love the cute clutch! I can imagine taking your outfit shots in India is a challenge! People on the streets are so incredibly curious of what is going on! They probably just think you're some kind of movie star :)

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  35. haha Styleabad thanks :)

    Thank you so much guys :)

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  36. I know what you mean! Ppl do stare and some think I am self obsessed but who cares! ... We are the world of fabulous bloggers, right? :) I loved those pants the first time you wore and I love now too...and that necklace is calling me ... :P Looking über chic ma gal! über chic :)

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  37. hey girl... i like ur outfit. and the purse is the cutest!!

    happy blogging!! may you have many more clicks ;)

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  38. write about photographer also who took such beautiful pics:P

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  39. I like! You look so thin here.
    And yea that happens with me too.
    they automatically assume it's for a film or a magazine :P

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  40. I really wish I could sew like you! I can't believe how lovely the clothes you make are. I am so awkward in photos that I just have my mom or boyfriend take my pic and make it look like we are tourists or something.

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  41. ... it may not be the widest though it the best grin u have ever posted... not to mention it is infectious... and as for the wistle... well... "You asked for it!" ... may ur Tea & Coffee pots remain full... amen!

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  42. it does not really bother me.. but my friends and sister and parents get quite irritated.. and i kind of enjoy that.. :P

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  43. @Atul infectious ?? thank you , it made me grin :)

    @Kallie thats the best thing to do no , act like a tourist n all :)

    @Koshy : what happened to your shristi thing ?

    @Karishma : to dupe ppl like that would be soo much fun no ?:)

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  44. wow those pants are awesome! they look super on you!! When you say 'hand made' do you mean by YOU?!?! wow!! fabulous color too!

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  45. Oh...I love your cluth and Necklace!!
    And have you made those pants??!! They´re so cute!!

    xx ;-)

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  46. very nice! love wht ur wearing...the necklace is gorgeous..

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  47. I love the first shot with the wall of flowers!

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  48. I love the pops of color in your outfit - the bag and necklace! Also I never take pictures in public... too embarrassing!

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  49. u are a trendsetter..guess who wore silver, sequins harem pants? soniya mehra at diesel launch:-)i saw those pants and i thought of u!!

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  50. Aha I like what you wrote.
    It's always very difficult to make some photographs in the street, because you do not feel well when people look at you as if you were just a turist

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  51. You're right about taking photos in the street.
    I especially love the belt. You look beautiful!!!

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  52. Thanks for all the lovely comments you guys :)

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  53. Love your trousers...cant believe yoo made it yourself...wish i had the skill and the patience to sew too...muahh...

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  54. That pants is amazing on you! Great job on making it. Ah, i always feel self conscious too that's why i always ask a friend to take my picture if it's an outdoor shoot, that way i can pretend i'm a tourist or some new international student in town :)

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  55. haha so this problem is indeed universal :-)

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  56. cute pants.

    http://fashionuance.blogspot.com

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  57. love the pants.. love the neckpiece on the white top.. really jazzy..

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  58. You are sure fashionable dear... like the green necklace... and the 2nd pic :)

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  59. Your ensemble is so simple yet defining. I love the way you put your wardrobe together... love your street fashion sense.
    When you say handmade, do you mean you made them yourself? May i know how? Could really use some cool pants in my closet.
    Thanks!

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  60. Hey january girl :) than you :) Ah yes i made them myself with my dads old trousers ,I'm planning on putting up a tutorial one of these days :) hope that would be helpful

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  61. Peter, Devon, EnglandOctober 20, 2010 at 9:21 PM

    Am researching the history of the Jodhpur trouser/breech, am very interested in the pair you created from the design of an old pair belonging to your father. Would you be so kind as to post a good image of these fashion jodhpurs made by you with as much of your expertise you care to offer in text - the more detailed the better, especially on the forerunner of the style - to the Wikipedia article "Jodhpurs", section "Fashion influence". Please give full credit to yourself as designer/creator in the image caption. Many thanks. Peter, pulsworthy@live.co.uk

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