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Moda Yalda turns One

One year ago, on this same day I started blogging. Since me and my sister are fashion enthusiasts and we love to play dress up and click each other, she suggested me to start a blog. Since then there is no looking back.
Happy Birthday Moda Yalda.
MODA YALDA TURNS ONE

Moda Yalda turns one today (yayyyyyyy!!). I am so excited. I have always loved dressing up thanks to my mom and Sonia Bua who used to dress me up when I was a toddler and click me all the time. I still can’t seem to get over that obsession.
Blogging makes me happy. I try to be different than all the other main stream bloggers. I design and hand-paint most of my clothes. I have a vision and work hard to make that come alive. I design, I paint and make my own clothes. I always believe one should dress in such a way that it makes you unique and if you love something you should not be shy to try it. Style keeps evolving and you tend to get better with time and so have I.

This pictures were clicked by my amazing friend Meghanjali in the narrow lanes and gullies of Majnu ka Tila. Majnu ka Tila is an amazing place for shopping. It isn’t as cheap as Sarojini or Janpath but you will find all the latest trends there. The mannequins were straight out of pinterest, trust me.

I wore a black tee and hand-painted henna tattoo midi skirt in nude ( which you can buy here ). I kept the whole look minimalistic. I paired a black leather sling and avaitors with some black flats and I was good to go.

Crop top : Forever21 | Skirt : 

Click on Add to Cart on Bottom Of the Page | Black leather sling : Delhi Haat | Flats : streetstylestore.com | Aviators : RayBan

I hope you guys like this post. If you are lover of of hand-made and hand-painted stuff like and you like the skirt, buy it here.
Until next time.
XXX

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