Fashion

9 to 12 with Melorra

Who doesn’t want to wear precious jewellery to work? And to lunch? And to a girls’ night out? But it doesn’t all fit together, does it? Except now it does, all thanks to Melorra! Precious jewellery for you and I, to wear wherever we like.
The best part about this contemporary brand is that they design each collection as per current trends across the globe. This way you don’t need to worry about looking like you’re wearing your antique jewellery to work. I decided to stack, style, mix and match these delicate, every day pieces for any time of the day, for any place I’d likely be at.

9 am: The Race Against Time

For those hectic meetings and hours of travelling, I wanted to side with comfort in a bright airy top, layered with a floral blazer and my fav denims. With a race to win against time and traffic, all I needed was a statement ring, a bracelet to match and a delicate, gold plated necklace. Considering I go from open hair to ponies all the time, it was only right to complete my look with a small pair of dazzling hoops in the ears.

Ring – Button Pocket


Bracelette – Means of Jeans

6 pm: Quickie at the mall

A short trip to the mall is but essential with all these birthdays coming up. When work wraps up early and you’re still have three hours before the weekly girls’ night out, it makes sense to shop fuss-free. Removing the shirt from the equation, I buttoned up my floral blazer over my white bralette and slipped on a white drop choker with some stacked rings and bracelets.

Necklace – Oh-So-Vintage


9 pm: Girls ‘Night Out

Getting into a cocktail mood with the girls is the perfect way to kick-start any weekend. It’s late, everybody is ready to rant, and I am ready to loosen up. What could be a better way to up the ante on my outfit than unbuttoning a couple of buttons? With a little bit of oomph in the picture, and a choker to accentuate the décolletage, all I need is a red lip and I am good to go!

Necklace – Oh-So-Vintage


From top to bottom – Rockabella ; Means of Jeans ; Moonstruck

Written by Ilina Luthra

Beauty by Afreen

Photography by Mrinmai Parab

Wardrobe Courtesy Zara