Friday, 19 September 2014

Kavita Does Philly ft The Philadelphia Collection #1

So in case you haven't been keeping up with all my shenanigans on instagram, I am currently in the wonderful U S of A! I was so kindly invited along by the people behind Discover Philadelphia to attend The Philadelphia Collection - basically, phillys answer to fashion week. I have been having an absolutely mad week, so just bare with me whilst I try and remember everything I've been up to!

Vintage shirt, thrifted - £2
Zara Pleather Shorts, Ebay - £15
Faux Leather Platform Ankle Boots, c/o Choies (similar here)
Fedora Hat, £14.99
Long Black Duster Coat, Asos - £60

So on the first day we headed out to breakfast at a wonderful little place called the Red Owl Tavern, and then set off to go on a bus tour of Philadelphia. I have never been on a bus tour in my life, and being able to do it in a place with the most wonderful architecture was so exciting, and I honestly had the best time ever!

We then went off to go and get our hair done at Giovanni and Pileggi. I am so in love with how they did my hair it really was just incredible - I wish they could do my hair like this everyday. They were also incredibly generous and gave us a little goody bag full of hair products to take along with us.

To finish off the day we headed to Melograno, a lovely little italian place that had the most amazing mushroom truffle pasta. I'm a sucker for italian food and this was by far the best pasta I had ever eaten!

The day was completely amazing and my itninerary is pretty jam packed, check back tomorrow for day 2!

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Monday, 8 September 2014

Kavita Does Paris ft Tally Weijl

Recently I was invited to the beautiful city of Paris to celebrate Tally Weijls 30th anniversary with a bunch of other wonderful bloggers! I will have a more in depth post on what we got up to but first I thought I would show you what I wore whilst I was there.

Photos by Anouska

Long Spring Camel Coat, c/o Never Fully Dressed
Stripe H&M crop top, via carboot - 50p
Faux Leather Jogger Pant Trousers, c/o Missguided
Ray Ban Wayfarers, c/o Sunglasses Shop
Stripe H&M crop top, via carboot - 50p
Cleated Sole Black Platforms, c/o Stone Fox

The weather was actually pretty nice for the most part, I actually felt like I was wearing too many layers. Even everyone else pointed out I was wearing far too many clothes for a standard she wears fashion outfit when the weather was so nice! I think I'm actually finally getting into the a/w spirit at the moment which is crazy because usually I hate this time of year!

As I was in Paris, a breton top was thrown into my suitcase straight away, and I thought this outfit was just a pretty classy outfit, added with a little tough twist with the leather joggers! I absolutely LOVE these cleated sole heels from Stone Fox, they're massive duped of Jeffrey Campbells and are so comfy (although there was an incident of shoe pain after we'd been wandering around paris for a bit - tip of the day, always carry flats if you wear killer heels!!!)

Thanks so much to one of my faves Anouska for taking these incredible photos!
Sorry it's been forever since I've blogged, I'm trying to sort myself out - don't worry!!

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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Victorias Secret

Recently, Victorias secret challenged me with styling 1 bra in 3 different ways, and so for a while I sat and thought about just how I could show the versatility off the amazing 'incredible' by Victorias Secret bra, without being just.. well.. in a bra.

I decided that the easiest way to show off a bra in a subtle way was ..

Peeking through a zipped up top:
I love love this mint colour and am so happy I have this lacoste zip top that matches with it perfectly!

Underneath a drop arm vest:
I have so many of these tees which are my casual vests to wear with shorts and things on a lazy day. Wearing a brighter colour would also look realy nice to show through, but I foten for black as I thought it went better with the outfit

Underneath a fishnet top:
I really love this top, it is the kind of top to either wear a nude top under or make the most of wearing a really flattering one underneath!

'Incredible' Push Up Bra, c/o Victorias Secret

Massive thank you to Victorias Secret for letting me have this amazing bra in 4 gorgeous colours, it really is the most comfortable bra I own by far so to have 4 of them in varying colours for different occassions has made me a happy lady!

How would you guys style a bra in a subtle but sexy way?

Photos : Abby May
P.S. I did a little video with bassbuds who are also hosting a giveaway HERE!

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Sunday, 10 August 2014


Although the weather outside at the moment here in England isn't particularly sunny, there was a time fairly recently that the sun was indeed shining, so I guess this outfit isn't too bizarre

Brown faux leather lace up shorts, c/o missguided
Tropical maxi kimono c/o missguided
White bralet, c/o missguided
Fedora Hat, £14.99
Brown block heel leather boots, £69.99

Missguided asked me to style one of their tropical pieces and this long sheer kimono instantly stuck out. Although the length is pretty long (especially on me!) it's still such a cool piece to have in my wardrobe, and would look amazinf draped over a bikini on holiday!

Obviously paired it with a bralet (in true shewearsfashion style!) and these brown faux leather shorts which are SO. Cute. They would look so perfect with a cream white crotchet top, very coachella festival style esque - absolutely adore them!

I'm currently collating together lots of questions for a massive Q&A video on my time backpacking in asia, so if you have a question ehad over to either my facebook or instagram (or ask here!) and I'll try and include it! Had so many questions already which is quite overwhelming but so cool to see people really interested in backpacking and travelling! I've also just finished editing together a mini vlog of my time out there which I am quite happy with so keep your eyes peeled for that. Yes guys, I'm returning to youtube (slowly but surely!)

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Friday, 8 August 2014

Rediscovering Denim

Dorothy Perkins hasn't always been a shop I have particularly turned to when I have shopped on the highstreet. When I was asked to take part in their #DPDenim campaign though I was up for the challenge. You're all thinking it and I'll say it.. Kavita rarely wears jeans.

Photos : Abby May

Pink Roll Neck Top, c/o Dorothy Perkins
Mid Wash 'Darcy' Skinny Jeans, c/o Dorothy Perkins
Fedora Hat, £14.99
Long Black Duster Coat, Asos - £60
Lookalike Zara Black Suede Stilletto Sandal Strap Heel, Ebay - £14.99

I'm actually a really big fan of jeans, I've just always being petite on my bottom half meaning that my derriere does not look quite as bootylicious as most girls look in a good pair of skinnies. I really love this pair though. They're slightly high waisted (or at least they are on me - most things come up higher on me due to my height!) and they are SO comfortable. I never like to wear jeans on planes as they are far too tight, but I wore these on the plane and to death last weekend when I visited a friend in Belfast as I hadn't really packed clothes for the cold and these were the only things that were suitable!

I teamed it with a bright turtle neck which I was surprised to find on Dorothy Perkins, and it looks rather 'chic'. Topped it off with a fedora and my long asos coat and it turned out to be a simple outfit to team with my new favourite skinnies!

I know I'm not the only one who isn't always a fan of jeans so let me know if you've tracked down any nice pairs around the high street I should get my hands on.. causeI think I'm a convert!

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