Must have Fashion App - Voonik

My friend Sheetal recently introduced me to this app called Voonik. A lot of my favorite online shops offer mobile shopping but rarely I have had a good experience. Whom am I kidding, until today I have never had any pleasant experience via mobile shopping. One of the main reasons is unstable application. Moreover, none of the companies have a comprehensive mobile app which actually provides personal shopping experience.

Honestly, when I came to know about Voonik, I was shocked and impressed. Given a chance we would love a shopping experience with a stylist advising every step of the way! What I love about the app is the style quiz. Style quiz has questions which gauge your body type, skin tone, likes, dislikes and personal shopping preferences. Based on the results it prompts products which suit your style and body.

With every search you have a personal stylist providing snippets of style advice. The products are not limited to one website. You can find items from myntra, jabong, flipkart and piled up in one app. You can even compare the price of products among the websites and chose whichever is the lowest. To make life easier you can shop from multiple stores via a single shopping cart.Apart from this, they have a dedicated section with promotional codes you can redeem.

I think this is one of the must have app on your cell phone ladies! You can create a lust list of products and shop whenever you want. A stylist at your beck and call. What more do we need? Our one stop fashion guide to shopping! Download app here.



Prints to Work.

Hi Everyone!

I know what you all must be thinking, yet another blogpost about prints. (ha ha... that's what I was thinking while writing this blogpost). This blog shoot was done about 6 months ago and finally decided to share it. If I had to define my signature style, then I would definitely be the "girl in polka dots". I always ensure my outfits are an extension of personality. I think it is important for everyone to define what his/her style stands for. For me, it is important that I don't get lost in the crowd. I never liked being one among the crowds wearing the cliched outfits (no offence to anyone, it is just my opinion). My style has always been into prints and experimenting styles which suit my body type.

I have been pushing my creativity to incorporate prints to my work wardrobe. As a career girl, it is important that I blend into the work culture without losing out on my sense of style. I also love the cliched suits and dress but it gets boring after a point in time. After trying out few options, I thought I should compile a list of do's and don'ts while wearing prints to office.

1. Firstly, get over the notion you cannot mix prints to work. It is a delicate dance to mix prints to office but done rightly it is definitely a head turner.
2. Mixing different prints with black and white is the easiest bet. Polka & stripes, polka & leopard and stripes % stripes are the few combinations I have tried until today.
3. You can try out similar prints in different color to give dimension to outfit.
4. Keep accessories to the minimum.
5. Avoiding adding pop of colors and the outfit might look like a costume.
6. Always finish the look with classic pump only.
7. Complete the look with a structured bag to add an elegant and corporate touch to outfit.

If you have any other suggestion that will add value, do drop me a note. I will incorporate into the blogpost.


Polka dot dress - C/o Romwe.com ( Sold out but Similar here, here & here)
Leopard Jacket - C/o Romwe.com (Buy here)
Structured bag - C/o Persunmall (Buy here)
Watch - Aldo C/o majorbrands
Heels - Zara (Bought it during Zara sale for Rs. 1290)
Necklace - Stilettos Diary shop (Leopard necklace, worn reverse)

Recently, I came across this application called "Ask Me" in my friend's android phone. I tried finding it for my iPhone, but alas it is just for android users. If you read about the app, the Ask me team calls is "bapp of all apps" and I totally agree with it! From finding local restaurants, business, best electronic deals, cars, sales, real estate, basically you name it, they have everything in this app to keep you updated on what's happening in your neighborhood. It not only shows online stores, but also local stores where you can purchase items. The best part of the app for me is "free ad" segment, where I can browse items put on sale by other people. In simple terms it is like Quikr, Foodpanda (Read here), Carwale, Myntra and Zomato rolled into one app. If you are internet junkie like me and fortunate enough to own an android phone, then download this app to make your life simpler.

Download Ask me on Google store here.

Loads of Love,




I have always emphasized the importance of two things - thrifting and couponing. I am constantly searching for coupons to get better deals on branded products. Recently, I came across another website called Zoutons

Firstly, I like how organised and simple the Zoutons website is. The layout is clean and it is easy to navigate through website to great deals every day. One of the best features is the latest coupons segment where you get the best of deals. The coupons is mostly restricted to online shopping for apparels and electronics. Zoutons is affiliated with most Indian apparel brands to provide best discounts.

One of my favorite section in the website is the popular stores section. Few of the Indian website which I like shopping extensively are Myntra, flipkart, foodpanda and ebay. You can see plethora of promo codes to get extra discounts. Check out Zoutons for Flipkart deals.