DENIM PLAY

Denim is a classic trend and a staple in everyone's wardrobe. From jeans to shorts to denim shirts this season saw a huge comeback in the use of denim. The dungarees are in demand too and I've spotted them at ever flea market I've been to this season.  I teamed up with Hanger.in to style

SHOULDERS OUT

Put your hair up in a scrunchie and get ready to feel a blast from the past!Shoulder pads are a thing again. Worn by some of the biggest names of the 80s, including Princess Diana shoulder pads are now back in fashion. From Balenciaga to Jil Sander ; SS17 is going to see a huge boom

BRONZE SHIMMER

Shirts are a fashion staple. They can be dressed down and dressed up which makes them an integral part of anyone's wardrobe. Shirt with trousers or shirt with jeans, shirts with dresses if you're feeling a bit fancy but why must one stick to the conventional norms of how a shirt is worn. From London

SKIN IS IN

Following on from the shoulder,fashion's new erogenous zone is a more movable feast - anywhere unexpected goes. Try teaming trousers slashed to the the knees with a top that slips elegantly off the shoulder for the new season's take on the cut off trend. From the blush pink to the slashed trousers everything about this

SUSPENDER STORY

Taking inspiration from net-a-porter's pre fall addition of EDIT this blog post features the use of accessories to brighten up your everyday look. From suspenders to floppy hats accessories can make or break an outfit. Here is a guide to nail the look every time and not over accessorise. It's not often that we wear

THE SARI SKIRT

The sari is more than just a piece of cloth, for us as Indians -it's a legacy. Passed down from generation to generation it's beauty and charm only increases with time. The handiwork, the embroidery, the weaves all of it makes the sari special and has put India on the map for having one of

BIG ON STYLE

At stylelocked we focus on restyling our garments to create new, modern and comfortable looks using the same clothes by styling them differently. The humble kurta is a staple in any girl's closet in India and we often wear them when we are too lazy to mix -match our outfits or too confused as to