Looking for a trend that is edgy & vibrant this summer?
Kaftans are one of the few outfits that are quite impactful. A piece that spells comfort & this one is especially made of organic cotton. Accessorise it effortlessly with a choker or any statement necklace & pair it up with flats or some tied up sandals and a clutch. This has always been my personal favourite & is flattering on most body types.
Simple – Easy & Oh so comfortable!
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Hola people! How is everyone beating the crazy summer heat? I have switched over to cotton in my wardrobe, and melons in my diet. It stuns me how cotton, being such a lightweight and a ‘simple’ fabric, can still transcend into a strong outfit with high impact. So, today’s post is all about a floral explosion with PERKY POCKETS where I’ve experimented with fabrics and prints.
Flowers are a beautiful symbol of freshness, grace, and purity and are synonymous with spring. Floral prints are what I naturally cleave to in all seasons but I can play around with them much more in the spring.
There are certain trends that are practically reminiscent of summer. Floral prints are eternal, versatile and represent strong femininity, cheerfulness, and effortlessness. Florals are all about having fun with fashion and staying comfortable this summer. Floral prints definitely put me in a good mood! How about you?
I am dressed up in PERKY POCKETS with umbrella overhead, flowers for dresses, and happy smiles for make-up!
These prints are so nice that you don’t really need to accessorize. What do you think?
Do tell me in the comments what do you think about this look!
Mangoes, ice cream, staying indoors, and rising temperatures are telltale signs that summer is here and yellow as a color certainly adds that much-needed summer announcement to your closet! If there is one essential that needs to be in your wardrobe for summer, it’s the maxi dress. Whenever I have to get ready to head out, the easiest choice for me is to pick out a maxi dress and team it up with some statement jewelry or go one step further and accessorize with a lovely pair of heels. Boom! I’m ready to slay any party with hardly any effort.
Have you spotted this gorgeous color popping up everywhere? I am a sucker for yellow, so here today I am wearing a yummy yellow summer screamer maxi dress. I love how this dress is versatile and can be used for simple days out as well as an occasion that needs dressing up. Moreover, they not only look good but also help stay cool through summer. Keeping the look simple and all eyes on yellow, I paired up this dress with a gold neck-piece, tassels earrings, and flats.
Before I leave for my party, I would like to remind you to decide the length of the dress before you go ahead and buy it. The length of the dress just below the ankle, nearly touching your feet (neither too short nor too long) is dainty, feminine and easy to walk without tripping too. That’s my go-to length. But check your height before you go shopping since long dresses could make short girls look stocky and very tall girls look lanky.
If you’re comfortable and are able to walk without grabbing a handful of the fabric in your hands, you’re all set!
Do tell me in the comments what you think about this look!
I can’t think of a better festival than Holi to celebrate friendship, family, love, and happiness. Symbolizing spring and the victory of good over evil, Holi has been a family favorite and mine especially for as long as I can remember. The balloons, vibrant hues, food, dance parties and colors have us almost as excited as the opportunity to bring all the pretty dresses out!
I got invited to a Holi party recently and I had just one question – what do I wear? It’s a playful festival so it’s versatile – jeans, shorts, dresses, Indian attire – you can wear anything. I, personally, naturally lean towards white for this festival and that’s what I did this time too. I teamed up my white kurta with a vibrant stole and jeans.
This year, I had to come up with a stylish way to protect my hair. I made a turban out of a bandana for a chic look and hide my tresses from the harshness this color can have sometimes.
I’m all set now to get messy and play Holi! Wish you and your family the best one you’ve had yet.
Summer is our favorite season – sunshine, watermelons, butterflies, the opportunity to dress ourselves in cheerful colors and brave cuts – sigh! We’re super excited to dress ourselves and you this season. Light capes, shorts, scarves, long shirts, summer dresses – all make for really cool and stylish outfits and practical too given the intense heat we are expecting this year. Tuck the blacks and greys to the back of your wardrobe and embrace every bright color there is on offer. We’re going to show you just how to style yourself and make heads turn wherever you go.
If you want to start your summer with a fun and flirty vibe, tie-dye is where you should begin! Originally from as early as 1909, the term “tied and dyed” speaks of a resist-dyeing technique that involves tying clothes and letting the dye soak in the fabric. It is vibrant, bright, loud and unapologetic and has made quite the come back this year! It is a versatile print that screams summer and is super cute on the beach, a day out with your girlfriends or even a solo trip that’s long overdue. You can wear just about any color and look cute. Pair it with a simple solid colored top and minimal accessories and you’re good to go. That’s what we love about it. It is low maintenance and can make you look quirky or cute depending on how you accessorize.
Perky Pockets’ brave color palette includes strong splashes of color, soft pastels and eternally graceful natural tones making our summer pieces the perfect pieces to give you a wardrobe detox. Our new collection is an amalgamation of stylish and playful details such as ruffles, fancy cuffs, flattering cuts, bows and frisky prints with bright colors that will make your eyes sing! Bring in this holi with these bright beautiful skirts and dainty feminine top for example and be the talk of that Holi party at your friends’.
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My affection for Indian wear knows no boundaries and you’ll always find me attracted towards it in the slightest of ways; whether it’s teaming up jhumkas with my western outfits or add a desi touch with bindi or mojris. It’s a cultured elegance that certainly boosts the outfit tenfold.
A house of textiles, India has always been known for its culture and crafts. Kalamkari is one such form of craft which includes freehand drawing and block printing on cotton fabrics derived from Persian words. Characteristically named after the technique of its making, ”qalam” denoting pen and ”kari” signifying craftsmanship, Kalamkari has been ubiquitous in numerous parts of Southern India, primarily in Andhra Pradesh. This art makes use of only natural colors or vegetable dyes which makes it unique!
Several Indian fashion designers are using kalamkari recurrently in their fashion week runways; the latest trend that seems to have caught the attention of fashionistas is the Buddha print. Fashion enthusiasts seem to be well-tuned to the fact that the Buddha need not be detained for being a statue in the lounge, but can be fashionably sported on dresses, sarees, jackets, or kurtas too.
I particularly love the way contemporary Indian wear binds traditional silhouettes with edgy styles and that’s exactly what I am wearing from my own label Perky Pockets. This outfit is an amalgamation of trendy style with alluring Indian print and design, sure to turn some heads!
Keeping the look simple and the attention focused on Buddha print, I paired up this dress with silver jhumkas and nude heels.
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