Dramatic. Fun. Go big or go home. That pretty much sums up the Rohit Bal show!
But before we get into the details of the clothes & the show, here’s another mini-story about…
How I managed to give you live-updates at the jam-packed show with so many people blocking my view
I was one of the first few people to enter the show area, and I quickly found myself a fantastic spot in the aisle (I didn’t want to sit as I would be unable to see the clothes properly). I was basically standing right next to the second row, which was a pretty great spot! Unfortunately, getting in early proved disadvantageous. It started to get really full, so full that other people from the media came and stood right in front of me. It was so packed, they had nowhere else to go! Continue reading “Rohit Bal at India Bridal Fashion Week 2013”
Abhilasha Mehta is the fabulous blogger behind Looking Good Feeling Fab, and I love her sense of style! It’s a little different, classy. And her take on Indian wear is what I like the most!
Abhilasha has taken her experience with Indian wear and Indian weddings – and put together a really great guest post for TDB readers. Her ideas on how to save money while creating your wedding day look are fresh, and some are very practical and easy to implement. Take it away, Abhi!
Every Indian bride wants that perfect “band baaja baraat” style designer Indian wedding of her dreams. The Sabyasachi bridal lehenga, the Jimmy Choos and designer TBZ jewels to match.
But let’s face it – most of us have to work within a budget Continue reading “Guest Post: How To Save Big On Your Wedding Trousseau”
I’ll summarize my Ogaan experience in a single line for you first – Jaw-dropping brilliant, but stupid store policy. Now read on for the finer details.
Continue reading “Trousseau Destination – Hauz Khas Village #2: Ogaan”