Favorite Looks From Maria Grazia Chiuri's Dior Shows 2017-18

Being a complete Fashion Newbie I love exploring the world of style through fashion houses like Dior, during the process of which I absolutely fell in love with the Autumn-WinterHaute Couture Show as well as the Ready-To-Wear Show! I'd be going through some of the many amazing looks created by Maria Grazia Chiuri
Grey is the new black!               The show was filled with greys, blacks and also popped color here and there. My favorites however constitute mostly of the greys. The designs below beautifully bring out not just the elegance but the boss-girl vibe of today's woman!

One of the timeless style tips by Audrey Hepburn mentions the magic a belt can have by creating the perfect hour-glass shape on an outfit. The full length outfits styled with grey/black belts acts as an aesthetic making the models look lady-like
However,  the full-sleeves, collars and coats in the first two outfits add on to the masculine vibe making the ladies f…

D.I.Y: Ripped Jeans & Styling

One fine evening when I was scrolling across Pinterest to feed my fashion hungry soul I came across several casual styles which rocked the ripped jeans and I instantly wanted to get it for my wardrobe! However, for a person who is broke as I am couldn't afford it so I decided to DIY it! One of the best parts about DIY-ing is that I can add a personal touch to it, making it unique and 'never-seen-before'.

So, put on your Tailor's hat and collect the following essentials to create your own ripped jeans:
To Rip it: 1. Jeans (duh), preferably faded and old,
2. Scissors,
3. Tweezers and
4. Colored tailor's chalk

To Design it:1. Needle and white thread
2. Pen/Pencil/Any thing that you can write on a fabric with

Rippin' it:

1. Decide on where you want to give it the ripped look, most people go for near the knees, thigh area and recent trends also show cuts and rips near the buttocks. Make horizontal lines to where you want the cuts with a tailor's chalk.

2. With the help …