Ethnic wear from Bunaai by Pari Choudhary

Ethnic Wear from Bunaai

Dhoti Set in Yellow Bunaai

I am a crazy hoarder of ethnic wear and usually we find two main types in India: One is bling(which I personally dislike) & the other is  designer couture(which I love but cannot afford, But WAIT FOR IT), I found a third version which is contemporary, chic and so comfortable Ethnic wear that it’s difficult not to fall in love with the same!

I am online atleast 16 hours of my life and half the time(which, I must admit I am not proud of), goes into browsing other blogger’s profile, saving pins on Pinterest(Yeah, I am loser like that) or finding gems like the one I am going to talk about(WAIT FOR IT).


Bunaai By Pari Choudhary is a kickass website which has it’s roots in Jaipur. They have redefined ethnic wear! From dhoti pants to jumpsuits to culotte sets, they seem to have have cracked the code for beautiful ethnic wear! Handloom has a special corner in my heart and Bunaai seems to have managed to take a corner in it. They have new collections almost every week(I suppose) so you can try and buy whatever you like! I have personally ordered a few times and Never had a complain about it. They have Cash on delivery as well as wallet and bank pay options so it make s a win win for everyone.


This blog is very special to my heart because after a lot( and I mean A LOT) of procrastination, I have started to work more towards my blog. I did this beautiful shoot in a Zoo!(Believe it or not) and would this huge ruins which made the work all the more exciting! Here’s to a kickass 2018! Also please remember, believe in your self! PLEASE DO! You can do anything and everything if you put your heart and soul into it!


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Front Knot Stripes Shirt Dress ft. Stalk Buy Love

How to wear Stripes Dress!

All major runways have been swamped with stripes! From horizontal stripes dresses for the petite body to vertical stripes for well-endowed ones! Stripes have been ruling the runway and how! High street fashion stores like Zara, H & M and Forever21 are filled with cold shoulder dresses to shirts & more!

I styled this gorgeous stripes dress with front knot dress from Stalk.Buy.Love! The fit is a bit loose so I suggest you take a size smaller! This is perfect for workwear as well as those boring boardroom meetings! I opted to add some fun through my block heels (because comfort comes first!). These suede heels are from!

I love how is bring back sexy heels with much elan and styles that speak a thousand words! If You haven’t it’s time to onboard them on your closet ASAP!




Let me know in the comments below if you like this look! Cheers!

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OOTD Grey Maxi with Orange Shrug


How to wear a grey maxi dress

Grey Maxi Dress


Orange Jacket from Miss Trendy Apparels

Grey and Orange Combination

Grey Maxi dress with orange jacket

I love the color grey and how it represents different hues together. For me, there is nothing purely black or white, it all balances with the shades of grey. With the monsoon hitting the beautiful city of Mumbai in full force, I decided to wear something which is akin to the weather. The grey maxi dress represents the monsoon, the dullness of it all while the pop of orange jacket represents the color when can see even in sadness.

This beautiful maxi dress was scored from an awesome instagram store called the Dress House. I paired the maxi with an orange jacket from Miss Trendy Apparels by Himangi. You can check out their stores for some amazing steals(learn dresses, off shoulder tops, etc).

Do let me know what you think of this dress and what kind of outfit post should I do in the future.

Till then,

Stay Stylish!



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#OOTD: Lokal South

The Lokal South Effect




StyleTabloid collaborated with Lokal South, Myntra

StyleTabloid collaborated with Lokal South, Myntra


StyleTabloid collaborated with Lokal South, Myntra


StyleTabloid collaborated with Lokal South, Myntra


Style Tabloid for Lokal South, Indian Fashion Blogger.

While shooting for this particular piece, my awesome photographer (Chandni Gajria) questioned me how would I describe my style. Now that one is tricky, on sometimes I feel like a total sophisticated chic who wouldn’t be caught dead in anything less than a 3 inch heels (I was going to type 5, but then who am I kidding), done up hair and makeup on fleek while on other days(read : most of the days), I would love a loose comfy shirt with pyjamas, loose pants or a skirt with a messy bun. So, fashion for me would be my state of mind on that particular day.

Quirky prints always seem to catch my eye. While browsing through endless e-commerce websites and searching for something that screams “Me”, I caught hold of this turban print shirt from a store called Lokal South, there were some pretty awesome prints in the collection, ranging from maxi’s to midi’s , dresses, shirt dresses and much more.

Lokal South is the brainchild of Darshana Sukumar and I for one, am am big fan of her designs. I love the prints and how it doesn’t over power the one who wears it but instead lets the clothes be a piece of art. I have styled this shirt with a skirt from another beautiful Instagram store find called Dress House. Dress House is an instagram store which has some beautiful chic collection of clothes at budget friendly prices. Follow me on Instagram  to know more of such awesome designers.

Outfit details: Shirt: Lokal South (Shop at Myntra), Skirt (Dresshouse), Sandals: Bliss Store.

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OOTD with Fab India

Hello Gorgeous Ladies,

Indian Ethnic Wear with FabIndia


FabIndia with StyleTabloid





Isn’t the heat wave killing you?? It’s so hot that wearing anything skin hugging is a simple no no. This summer, I am looking forward to linen palazzos and shirts, loose cotton  kurtis, bohemian spanish fringe skirts all and everything light and breathable.

While talking about light weight and breathable clothes we cannot forget the mecca of Indian wear that is Fab India. Fab India has been a favorite store of mine since I was a child. I would see my mom rummaging through beautiful cotton saris and my sister strutting around in zari dupattas, I knew I would be a frequent visitor of this store which had inspired million fashion stories in my childhood dreams.

So, today, I have worn this beautiful linen black and white checks kurta, a very khadi inspired look along with black palazzo pants and a steal of jacket bought from Vinegar store in Mumbai. I love the beautiful pattern of the jacket and the overall festive vibe I created with a simple linen Kurta. One can also style the same with white palazzos and sandals for a killer chiller vibe.

Do let me know in your comments what did you think about this look.


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