Variations. – The Snob Journal


Skirt & Shirt – Forever21; Bag – Colaba; Cuff –; Shoes – New Look; Sunglasses – Ray Ban

Transitioning from the absolutely freezing cold of London to the super hot weather of Bombay was actually quite a task. I didn’t really give myself time to adjust to the weather and time difference, and hence, I’ve been quite unwell since yesterday. But the good that came out of this was that I finally got some rest and a chance to film a video! 

This weather transition has obviously had it’s effects on my style, which is pretty evident from my everyday outfits. But it has also changed the kind of beauty/hair care products I’ve been using, and I’ll probably make a video on the transition products sometime soon. Coming to the style now, one of my favourite parts of summer is that every store has a million bright prints, mainly different variations of florals, which I love! Now as much as I’d like to wear a different floral print everyday, I wouldn’t want my style to get monotonous. And this is where tie-dye comes in. I got this tie-dye printed maxi skirt from Forever 21 last summer, and I believe that it provides that break from the florals without being boring. I’ve always been quite interested in the way tie-dye prints are created, and hope to experiment with creating one myself someday. I know tie-dye is not very difficult, but laziness gets the better of me when I think about sitting down to do it. My mother once made a tie and dye kurti for me when I was a child, and I was so fascinated by the way it turned out in the end. I think that was when my love for tie-dye began. 

Now a lot of silver and bohemian accessories have been taking over social media off late, and I’ve sort of hopped onto the bandwagon myself. But I don’t think I’ll ever really get over my love for gold and rose gold. This cuff that I recently got from River Island on Asos has been part of so many outfits I’ve worn recently, that it obviously had to make it’s way to the blog as well! I paired the skirt with a knotted black shirt, and just went for shoes and a bag with gold accents to compliment the rest of the look. A pair of aviators and my all-time favourite Velvet Teddy lipstick, and I was good to go! 

I met a few lovely readers from Surat while shooting this post, and it made me feel so blessed and thankful for you guys. Sending lots of love to all you guys! Have a lovely day!



  1. April 10, 2015 / 11:25 am

    You loookkk so Beautiful! 😍😲
    Love your Summer loookk! ❤❤❤❤

  2. April 10, 2015 / 1:40 pm

    Love this combination !!! From the top getting a knot, the bag, the footwear, the hand cuff, the skirt and you wearing Avaitors for the 1st time ( I suppose) :*
    Also love your idea of having a photoshoot by the beach side <3

  3. April 11, 2015 / 2:41 am

    Thank you so much Yashika! Haha you're right, I've never worn aviators on the blog before! Good eye there 😀 xx

  4. April 11, 2015 / 11:05 am

    It's almost at the end of Colaba Causeway. One of the street stalls. 🙂

  5. April 11, 2015 / 12:20 pm

    Amazing outfit and styling. U r a really gifted girl!! ❤

  6. April 11, 2015 / 2:05 pm

    Oh My God. That's Great. I am Surat too. And wow you met some people in bombay 😀

  7. April 26, 2015 / 12:10 pm

    Hey, you look absolutely stunning ❤️
    And I needed a help, I want to shop from ASOS and have really researched about it (online), they say that shipping of the product from London to India is safe but once it is in India there a lot of complications, it'll be a great help if you could help me out with it. Thank you.

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