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At home I wear my Mango track pants teemed with any old t-shirt or ganji. Mango, Zara, Fcuk, Guess and G star are among my favorite brands as they are young, vibrant and full of fun (just like me). My style statement is to dress in jeans, a shirt, jacket and any footwear with heels, especially boots. I am partial to red, gold and white hues in clothes.
I wear formals only for Indian functions or if there is a premiere. Depending upon the occasion and my mood I wear trousers, shirt with a jacket, long skirts and so on. I am not too fond of designer wear as I think they try to impose their style on you. I prefer my style and stick to clothes that reflect my personality.
Funky, vibrant colors and heels. Diesel, Guess and Zara are the brands I prefer.
I wear a gold waist band, silver naval rings, finger rings and payal. My latest watch is from Bulgari. I like to wear belts as they can add style to plain looking jeans. Recently on my trip to Malaysia and Amsterdam I got a whole lot of belts from Guess and Zara. I also pick some from Aftershock in Mumbai.
I am not too hot on bags. I am too lazy to change bags everyday. On my trip to Europe I picked up some great Liz Claiborne bags.
Blush-on, mascara and mocca lipstick from Mac and chopstick from Molten Brown is what I dig for.Cheery by Christian Dior and True Star by Tommy Hilfiger are among my favorite brands in fragrance.
Too private. I wouldn’t like to disclose it.
Whenever I go on shoots, be it in India or abroad I go crazy shopping. I have many favorites. The places I love to frequent are Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, London and Amsterdam. Whenever I go to these places I make sure to pick up stuff that is particular to that place as the branded showrooms in every country too have a flavor of that place.
Brands I Long For In India
Zara is one brand I wish I could get in India. It is simple yet classy and elegant. The clothes are not the revealing kinds. If one goes to a Zara showroom it is quite unlikely to find a dress that you wouldn’t like.