{ EDITORIAL} Princess diaries with SOCH



I must confess, even though Bombay is far away from the word "winters", this festive season makes me "feel" the virtual nip in the air. With all the festivities that begin, i can only assume , better times are in store. All you beautiful people out there, hope you are surrounded with all the festive cheer this season brings and are feeling much closer to home than ever before.

The festival of lights is here and I feel terribly lazy because it also means - house cleaning - exciting much & how consuming! I am sure by now you are through that phase, while i will burn the midnight oil / Vacuum cleaner ! Hah! Besides, it also means dressing up -just dust off and get into the swanky new gear , will you?

Oh then , we never have anything to wear, do we?  When Soch invited me to their store , I was only glad because i needed this break amidst my busy schedule . With rich hues of reds, blues and pinks all adorned in the most beautiful embroidery / beadwork and lace, i had so much to choose from. But i could pick only two - difficult choices we make !

Coming to the looks from Soch- The Red anarkali is a more traditional looking piece with royal indian vibes because of the red and gold. Naturally, its made to feel as royal with its weight. Getting in and out of that anarkali and even sitting with it inside a car is amusing as it takes literally the entire seat haha.  The gorgeous pleats and the massive amount of fabric used to achieve the flare - makes it the perfect princess outfit for Diwali ! Not only that, i would usually carry my Diwali outfit well to the wedding season ahead- this one- is perfect for a family wedding !

The other piece though contemporary, is a fine blend between modern and traditional. You will be amazed as its so lightweight , the looks certainly deceive . Not all ethnic wear is easy to wear and fuss-free , but this one, outshines them all. The net cape is stitched to the neck and you don't need to take care of it falling off your shoulder as you would typically in a kurta with a chunni ( stole) . This is the most stylish and convenient ethnic outfit i have ever worn . Needless to say, a visit to Soch, is a promised delight- Time to dazzle your wardrobe already! So when are you visiting?


Picture- Ragul Krishnan

These captures are by NIK <3 td="">







OUTFIT 2


Outfit 2 pics by Mayur





















Hope you enjoyed the festive looks!
Till next time, ciAO !

2 comments:

  1. The looks are fantastic and specially the second one. I absolutely love this dress and the way it looks on you. You are so right about the festive season and the need to pick a perfect dress. Its so tough but i must say if i had to chose i will gladly pick the second one that you are wearing. Soch surely has a beautiful collection ��

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  2. Beautiful pics and presentation of indian wear..

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