Think PINK

I am really glad to launch a new set of articles starting from this month, where I will be sharing some amazing yet effortless styles every week. Ever since I started Appy’s mantra, I always wanted to do a Lookbook for girls like me. Let me be honest, I am no model nor am I petite but, I know one thing, I love the idea of sharing new looks and I AM PLUS SIZE. And could not see a better time to start a lookbook noticing that the month of October is considered to be Breast Cancer Awareness!?!. So I named it as Think PINK.

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in recent times. As per the statistics, every 1 out of 8 female have breast cancer, but that means there are 7 out of 8 who may never have this disease. but this doesn’t change the fact, Breast cancer is becoming more and more common thus more and more people should join the act of awareness. Breast Cancer can be highly curable if detected at a early stage. It is necessary for every woman to get herself checked regularly and stay safe. As they say,

“It is always wise to take precaution than looking for a cure”

It is very important to educate our self’s and others too, because the motive of this act is awareness and also support people to be strong and open about any symptoms. Frankly, I have witnessed 2 cases myself and let me tell you it is not very pleasant. There are many organisations and NGO’s who support the cause and spread awareness. I am myself registered as a volunteer at Pink Caravan & would highly request to all my audience to do the same. Register yourself with your regional NGO or organisation and support the cause.

Checkout my PINK look book (Desi Style)

LOOK # 1

For my First look, Wearing a traditional Indian kurti paired up with white Leggings and deep pink dupatta. For accessories wearing a simple MeenaKari jewellery, some bangles and finished my look with a small pink bindi.

Kurti : Gulabchand || Footwear : from Jaipur || Jewellery : Delhi


This look is my favorite. Florescent Pink Block print kurti with a white legging and deep pink dupatta. Paired up with same bangles and old school jewellery (Mother’s Earring) and bold colored rajasthani mojadi.


Kurti : Biba || Footwear : Jaipur || Jewellery : borrowed from Mom || Watch : Fossil 

LOOK # 3

Not so traditional print but a ethnic kurti paired with a blue matching leggings and ethnic mojdi .

Kurti : Biba || Footwear : Catwalk ||  Bangles : Natraj Market (Mumbai) 

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