Max Road to Paris -Part 1
Modelling, Styling and Editing by me
Mint Tunic – MaxFashion| Blue Fringe Lace jacket – MaxFashion| Printed leggings- styletag.com | Shoes- jabong.com | Neckpiece- Bracelets- Owl ring- Thrifted
Eyes- Maybelline Colossal Liner | L'oreal Paris Kajal Magique
| MAC GoldenRod Satin Eyeshadow| L'oreal Paris Volume Million Lash Mascara | Lips-Maybelline Rebel Bouquet REBO5 | Nails- Lakme Absolute Fast & Fabulous Storm Green
Like every girl inclined towards the world of fashion desires to visit Paris at least once in a lifetime to see much more than just the Eiffel Tower, I was excited too when the sweet people at Max let me know about their #MaxRoadToParis contest. The brand asked me to create Street Style looks with their new collection to participate in this contest. I love how this brand keeps up with all the latest fashion trends and yet is so affordable. When I walked into their store to choose the outfit for the shoot, my eyes fell first on this pretty mint tunic and I knew I was going to style it. All those who follow my blog know how much I love my blacks and whites. However, I’m so thankful to Max for being the reason to bring in some color on my blog :D
I chose this romantic and feminine blue lace shrug to throw over this dress as a contrast and tied it around my waist for a complete street style vibe. I paired the outfit with a printed legging which has been favorite ever since I bought it. To complete the look I wore my new pair of yellow shoes I had bought an year ago regretting the buy a month later for they were too ‘yellow’ for me. However, this shoot gave me a chance to push my creativity a bit and finally these shoes got lucky. They just added the right pop of color to the look. I accessorized the outfit with some metal jewelry and a hint of punk (as usual). I’m wearing a coral lipcolor that the people at Maybelline New York India sent me recently and I’m totally in love with it right now. It looks like a dream on warmer skin tones.
Talking about the shoot, the soaring temperature in Hyderabad made it quite challenging for me to shoot this story under the scorching heat of the sun. But we somehow managed to keep our energy levels high with some in-between fruit juice breaks to counter the heat. The background went really well with the look, bringing out the colors of the outfit.
The thought itself of winning this contest and flying to the land of Coco Chanel and attending the Paris fashion week, makes my eyes twinkle with excitement. If you liked the look, here's what you can do for me. Show some love and like this post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (like you have always been doing) which will take me one step closer to my dream and winning this contest.
P.S: Part 2 of this series where I styled another look is coming up in a bit. So excited to share that with you!