Graceful it is!!

HEEELLOOOO THERE>>>

It has been a loooooong time, since I have blogged last, but, not anymore, I promise.

So, Here I am back with a bang bringing to all my lovelies, a fashion post for Panache Le Glittercut on skirts and more skirts.

Let’s get started…

  1. Wrapping-Around, you go…
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Wrap-around full-length skirt.

Here’s my first skirt of the post and also my favorite. It is a wrap-around boho printed skirt with asymmetrical finish and a little lace detailing.

The beige skirt with blue print is paired with a dark blue shirt and a rose gold scarf.

The look was then finalized with an elegant pair of black strap sandals and a huge rose gold stone ring.

The skirt fits perfectly and falls gracefully to the ankles making it pure fashion statement.

2. As smooth and shiny as satin

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Satin skirt

Our second look for the skirts’ post is dedicated to the elegance, grace and charm, satin fabric brings with it.

A long A-line satin printed skirt in shades of yellow, beige, black and dashes of red splattered over the fabric makes the skirt look enticing. The skirt is perfectly worn with an in-shirt black Tee completing the outfit with a mustard brown hijab. The gold metal strap watch with a big gold ring alluringly compliments the look. For shoes, I used the same black strap sandals.

3. Pleated skirt

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Pleated skirt

For our third look, we have chosen a straight pleated peach skirt worn with a maroon Tee and topped with a Boho-floral print overcoat.

A maroon hijab along with a huge roge gold stone ring is added to the outfit completing it.

Gold strap wedges are the perfect footwear for the outfit with great comfort level.

4. Frilled skirt

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Frilled skirt

For our last and final look, we have a punch pink frilled skirt with classic big button details running vertically in the center of the skirt. The pretty frills at the end of the skirt enhances the look and brings out the elegance of the complete outfit.

The skirt if worn with a plain black button down shirt and a rose gold scarf. The accessorize chosen for this outfit is again the rose gold big diamond ring and a rose gold mesh strap watch.

A block heel black suede sandals perfectly complimented the look.

It is all about mix and match. Let your creativity flow. I truly believe that your outfit gives away the idea of how creative and open to new ideas you are.

Do let us know in the comments below, which outfit did you like the most and why?

Covet for reminiscence!!

Every moment worth enduring is captured, felt and seized in various forms. Since ages, gravitation to relive cherished moments coveted. History witnesses the quenching of such desires to capture moments using various ways. Umpteen techniques adopted to document such moments and memories have been registered throughout history.
Be it live sketch, sculptures in the mountains, statue making, sewing a war scene, or painting a wedding scene, etc is scattered all over the map in various museums and galleries.
Hanker seemed to have not died a bit with the passing time. It has evolved beyond imagination, just the approach of captivation has undergone a drastic transformation.
The paintings, sketching, sculpting has been all taken over by myriad photography, yet, making the obsolete an invaluable affair.
Today, I do this post, wondering the pining for photography people across the globe share.

A picture clicked from a plane capturing the beauty.


Photography is no more confined to moments, occasions and cherished moments, but, has widened horizons to abstract, aesthetic, macro, beauty, nude, underwater, time-lapse, stock, still, satellite, aerial, panoramic, perspective, landscape, conceptual, candid, portrait, action and many more versions. Aesthetic photography however always intrigues me, while candid shots are my favorite.

Nonetheless, the most trending one is the ‘selfie’ photography, conventional kind at the disposable of a layman.
The moments captured on a reel, are hardly ever re-visited, nisi you are a professional or capture moments out of passion.
Irrespective of the probability of a re-visit, we tend to click, snap, shoot and capture moments. Usually having ourselves on cleave to either to seize the moment or to live the moment.
A part of the population falls under the ‘live in the moment’ banner, while the other half, is busy capturing every single moment and making it feasible for a re-visit.

A picture clicked in Kashmir, India


Every kind of photography is a form of art and hard work. It can only come out beautiful and effective when done with passion and love.
However, the emotional rush on the sight of every moment from the past through snaps is overwhelming. The potential power to pause your errands and make you spend hours going through the clicks one after the other is undeniable.
A concoction of emotions deluges our heads rewinding the exhaustive arena of the picture. Making the time passed by since then, beyond belief.

The idea of this post struck me when accidentally, I came across a picture of my son, Owais, in his initial months of existence. The accident of lasted for about more than 2 hours, still, I couldn’t get enough. The inscrutable pleasure is indescribable. With every picture effortlessly the memories of the moment flooded as it had been lived along with ‘behind the scenes’ moments.

I am not much of an enthusiast when it comes to storing every moment you live in the reel. ‘Live in the moment’, was a more agreeable statement for me until yesterday. But, yesterday, the pictures made me realize the influence of photography in one’s life and to re-visit the moments, the occurrence of which has been long forgotten.

From now on, I plan big on capturing my moments and clutching the memories while living in the moment from behind the camera. An idea of collecting my sons pictures at every stage of his life, and showcasing at his wedding has occurred to me, hoping it will be easier done, than said.

How do you think is the idea of becoming a regular at photographing your moments? What kind of photographer are you currently? which photography intrigues you the most? How did you find the post?
Let us know in the comments below.