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The Gypsy Panda x Pindemic {Look Book}

Hey everyone! How you have been? I got something exciting for you today. But first, I just want to thank you for sticking with me on this journey. I work hard everyday and try to create as much as I can (even though most hours of my day gets drained in college and assignments) . All your positive messages, are what that is keeping me going on, so thank you!

Okay, so today I’ll be talking about the importance of accessorizing and that just how even small accessory pieces can impact and transform your look. 


I recently came across  PINDEMIC: Pledge your allegiance. They make label pins, which look superb and you can’t help but fall in love with themand then buy them and wear it with pride.

They are made from high quality metal, which gives them a durable and long-lasting finish. Easy to use, they can be quickly fixed to your collar, shirt, skirt, basically to anything which can be pierced.  Available in the most attractive designs, these pins give a fabulous look and are so styled to draw attention to their design.

One thing I like about these label pins is that it can reflect your personality and mood. It is like that the label pins are representing a part of you. And you are at full liberty to choose your fav pins.

To show what fun these label pins are, I created three looks with them. I kept the base (black skirt) constant in all the three looks.

LOOK ONE

The Chic Look: Created a  day time look with a black pencil skirt, sandy orange top and black pumps. I love how simple yet fun this look is. I teamed them up with Indian style hoop earings and to make it a little interesting, I wore the label pins from Pindemic on the skirt. I chose a Marlyn Monroe label pin (because, duh! she is pure love) and a bee label pin, because for me, bee is for the Bey-Hive of Beyonce. Both my favourite ladies with me, on my outfit ❤

Girl Power!

Skirt: Jabong

Top and earrings: Colaba

Shoes: Aldo

LOOK TWO

The informal formal look: Who says that formal looks should be plain and boring? I mean yeah, I know I am too wearing the cliched black bottoms and white top formal look but hey, I spiced the plain attire with label pins ‘scientist’ and ‘artists’

Because: ‘To run a business, you need both science  and art.’

I kept the same skirt and the pins for this look too. My point that I am making here is that, you can choose any pin you want, your way, to transform a simple outfit and make it a little different (unique!)

Skirt: Jabong

Shirt: Allen Solly 

Shoes: Aldo

Pearl Bracelet: Shoppers Stop

LOOK THREE


Always sunny with Mary-Jane

The Rebel Look: Well, I named this the Rebel look because A) Che Gueara, the ultimate rebel of the century is on my t shirt. B) This look was super comfortable, letting me move at the pace of the breeze. I just felt like having fun in it. I love that how many pins I can wear with it, basically showcasing my favourite things and wearing them too!

Skirt: Jabong

Top: Free Authority

Shoes: Boohoo.com

Chambray Shirt: Sarojini

Choker: DIY

PINDEMIC believes in painting the town red and switching things up. Wear your heart on your sleeve with our pins – literally. Pledge your allegiance, indulge in your daydreams, celebrate the everyday, decorate your possessions and publicly declare your obsessions.

Lapel pins are small accessories that can make a big impact on anything you wear, turning a basic run-of-the-mill piece into a declaration of love, devotion and identity. We’re all about the options and all the right little extras.

Inspired by love and life, PINDEMIC is slightly nostalgic, just a little bit naughty and a whole lot of fun. So, what are you waiting for? Go and gets some pins, baby girl.

Let me know in the comments section what you think about this post. Like and shared if you loved it.

Get some pin loving from Pindemic get creative and send me your looks! I would love to see them.


Also, a special thanks to Rahul for the amazing photos! For contact: Rahul Ramesh
Untill next time, Love.

 

Yours,

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