Monthly Archives: February 2020


February 27, 2020

The best dressed Oscars looks doesn’t end just on its red carpet but are also carried forward at the after parties which have become the go to place for show stopping looks. Continuing their fashion game, the A listers served some major glamorous moments at the Vanity Fair after party.
While the academy awards are more of a formal event, the after party is where the stars take a laid back approach and come forward in sizzling attires.
So, let’s check out the best looks from the night which we can’t stop thinking about.
HAILEY BIEBER & BARBARA PALVIN IN VERSACE: Supermodel Hailey was seen in a sheer Versace dress featuring high slit and lace detailing. While Barbara was also seen in a sheer beige dress featuring beautiful embroidery and a lot of flair.
KIM KARDASHIAN IN ALEXANDER MCQUEEN: Kim always manages to look amazing when she steps on to the red carpet and she surely looked like a diva in this vintage Alexander McQueen dress in beige color.
alexander mcqueen
GAL GADOT & ROSIE HUNTINGTON WHITELEY IN SAINT LAURENT: Both the ladies were wearing black Saint Laurent dress which were totally different from each other. While Rosie chose an off shoulder classic gown, Gal was seen in a shimmery sequin gown with plunging neck.
saint laurent
LUCY BOYNTON IN MIU MIU: One of the most stunning dresses of the night, we loved this soft multi coloured Miu Miu dress on Lucy. The off-shoulder detail, the color palette, we loved everything about this look.
miu miu
JESSICA ALBA & CYNTHIA ERIVO IN VERSACE: Jessica slayed the red carpet in a metallic Versace gown featuring off shoulder silhouette. On the other hand, our current favorite Cynthia was seen in another gorgeous satin gown by the same designer.
LILI REINHART IN MARC JACOBS: Lili attended the after party in this surreal Marc Jacobs gown featuring huge flower motifs and balloon sleeves. It was definitely one of the most versatile looks which we saw at the gathering.
marc jacobs
SUKI WATERHOUSE & OLIVIA WILDE IN FENDI: Suki Waterhouse opted for a sheer black dress by Fendi featuring cut out details and on the other hand Olivia made a statement in a black gown with balloon sleeves and deep neck by the same designer.
CHARLIZE THERON IN DIOR: This fringe golden dress by Dior looks amazing on Charlize. She really seems to have fun in the elegant and glamorous number. We loved how she kept the entire look simple with minimal accessories.


February 24, 2020

One of the biggest and most awaited award nights, Oscars 2020 brought some serious glamour to the red carpet as the attendees were seen in their A-game.
The academy awards never fail to impress us, and every year is better than the previous. The night celebrated glamorous and standout pieces from our favorite designers.
So, let’s check out the stellar looks which made the night truly memorable.
CYNTHIA ERIVO IN VERSACE: We have been loving Cynthia’s looks this award season and this white Versace gown is our most favorite. The voluminous gown in white shade truly was a standout and we love how she has styled it.
SAOIRSE RONAN IN GUCCI: An off-beat number, we are in love with this Gucci gown featuring plunging neckline and ruffle detailing at the waist. The color combination is very different and we love how it came out.
JANELLE MONÁE & LILY ALDRIDGE IN RALPH LAUREN: Both these outfits are very different, and the ladies have aced both the looks from Ralph Lauren. While one is an elegant and simple piece, the other is not so ordinary glittery number.
ralph lauren
ROONEY MARA IN CUSTOM ALEXANDER MCQUEEN: Rooney always manages to look great and this time she was seen in this black Alexander McQueen lacy dress. With a sleek bun and minimal accessories, she really caught everyone’s attention.
alexander mcqueen
RENÉE ZELLWEGER IN ARMANI: We saw a lot of white looks at the event and our another favorite is this Armani one shoulder dress spotted on Renee. It is simple, clean and elegant (everything that we love).
SCARLETT JOHANSSON IN OSCAR DE LA RENTA: Because Oscars are known for glamour, Johansson brought some in this golden Oscar De La Renta gown and owned the red carpet.
oscar de la renta
BRIE LARSON IN CELINE: Another versatile piece, Brie was seen in a glittery Celine dress paired with a matching cape. The entire outfit looks so dreamy and incredible.


February 17, 2020

Shirts are a necessity in a man’s wardrobe. Be it a casual or formal occasion, this one wardrobe staple is a must. Luxury brands offer an impeccable collection of well made shirts but it can cost you a fortune.
So why spend too much when you can get your hands on stylish options which cost less than Rs. 10000. These affordable luxury options by brands like Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, etc. can help you build a classy closet without having to break a bank. For the days when you don’t want to exceed your budget, these styles would be the perfect choice to splurge on.
So, lets check out the game changers which every man would love to own.
CALVIN KLEIN: This crisp Calvin Klein shirt is perfect for office and special occasions. The simple design and subtle color will make it a favorite of every man. You can style it with classic blank pants or even tan trousers, and it will look great with both.
Calvin Klein
RALPH LAUREN: Ralph Lauren shirts are a classic and one of the most sought after designs. The plaid pattern and the signature pony logo are something what the men love. They are great for semi-formal as well as casual occasions and will give an elegant vibe to the look.
Ralph Lauren
SELF STITCH: The brand is known for giving a quirky touch to classic designs just like this Self Stitch lazy owl shirt. You can find many more unique designs in its collection which are nothing like what you already own.
Self Stitch
MICHAEL KORS: You will find great options for formal as well as casual purposes in the brand’s collection. No matter what your style is, the range has something for everyone like this Floral shirt by Michael Kors.
Michael Kors

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