On this beautiful summer day we decided to visit a mall to spend some girl time. We rounded up on dresses as our outfits. While we were trying to catch a rickshaw we realized that our city is not as developed as it is said to be. Irrespective of the fact that Delhi is the worst when it comes to women's safety, Mumbai is not far behind. If it were so developed and so modern then why is it that a girl still cannot feel safe while travelling in public transport when she is wearing something short or revealing or in our case dresses?
We are not asking for much, just for some 'real' freedom of expression! It is not that we want to roam naked, but showing a bit of skin is necessary considering the city we live in is so damn HOT. Come on guys we need to breathe! There is this constant fear of being groped by some man and how can we forget the death stares you will get from boys and girls alike. How then can we call Mumbai developed?
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Diana wore a LBD with a sheer top and tan wedges.
Dress- Bandra, Sheer top- Forever21, Ring- Ayesha, Wedges- Aldo
Rachana did colour blocking with a blue dress and green shrug.
Dress- Garage sale, Shrug, bangles, fish chain- Bandra, charm bracelet- local store, sandals- Colaba
Loving the LBD :)ReplyDelete
Plus the sandals in Rachana's outfit :) Cool!
And I agree, in most cities the cases is same. one can't wear dresses without grabbing a few 'cheap' stares from men.
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It is a sad situation! :(
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So sorry but we don't understand your language :(Delete
Love both of yours outfits...mumbai is liberal as compared to south of India...here wearing a loud nailpolish or wearing slim fit jeans and sleeveless can grab eyeballs...ReplyDelete
Thank you :)Delete
Is it really that bad in the South? Sad! :(
Thanks for your sweet comment, I'm following you now via google account and bloglovin, follow me back if you like :)ReplyDelete
Yo're welcome! We would love to follow you! :)Delete
you both girls rock!! :) I love both dresses, and shoes...OMG that wedges are awesome :))ReplyDelete
thanks for visiting my blog, I'm following you here so I hope that we will stay in touch :)
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Cute! I love pairing a cardigan with a dress. xoxoReplyDelete
We love that too! :)Delete
I love the wedges. And the black ring is super gorgeous. You have no idea how bad it is here in Pak Trust me, you guys have it waaay easier :)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much :)Delete
Sad to know our neighbours suffer the same problem :( This issue needs to be solved world wide!
Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog!! I love your outfits,Followed!!!ReplyDelete
Love the accessories <3ReplyDelete
I agree with you. Mumbai is so cool and people in Delhi aint that open minded.
Thank you so much! Irrespective of Mumbai being cool, its not that open minded. :)Delete
And I love the accessories and your dresses <3ReplyDelete
Thanks a ton! :)Delete
Great style on accessories! Compliments for the choice!ReplyDelete
Thank you Giuseppe! :)Delete
Cute outfit ladies! I love the black lace dress and the wedges from the first look. For the second look, I love the color blocking and those amazing sandals. ;)ReplyDelete
Also, thanks for visting my blog, You Like It? I Made It!. I appreciate all the compliments and the follow too. I'm following your blog back. ;)
Thank you so much Rejina! :)Delete
kuch boys k liye batao na. N rach u do look pretty.ReplyDelete
For boys huh? Difficult task! :PDelete
And thank you Adi :)
You guys look lovely..:)ReplyDelete
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Really like your sandles in this post super cute!!ReplyDelete
P.S thanks for your comment on my blog
Thank you Kris :)Delete
Love both you girls shoes! And that ring!ReplyDelete
Thank you Sayantani :)Delete
Your wedges are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks Sophie :)Delete
All these looks are very lovely and colourful! You look great :) xReplyDelete
That's so sweet of you Victoria :)Delete
Love both of the outfits and the colors here!! I so relate to what you are saying here! I am no longer living in Delhi, but while my stay there in late 90s and till 2003, covering up was a big outfit criteria in public places! Honestly first thing I noticed when I landed in USA was that I felt invisible - in a good way!! Nobody was trying to size me up or giving those looks!! I hope smart generation of new India will change all that and we will have a true 'free society'!! Hope you are having a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
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Thank you Jyoti :)Delete
Yes, even we hope that this generation will change things. We too would love to feel invisible in a good way.
Both of your dresses are great!! Love how you paired them :) N seriously dude!!! I've a full speech ready regarding this topic..!!!! How can you say be comfortable in your own skin when 100 eyes are making a serious effort in removing your clothes with their shameless eyes!!!! hate it!!!!ReplyDelete
Anyways .. Lovely blog :)
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We hate it too! It is very dis respectable! Hope it stops some day soon!
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Oh the wedges are just perfect <3
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love ure t-bar Wedges,, its gr8. Those blue shoes are also quite interesting!!!ReplyDelete
nice to see a fellow Mumbai blogger :)
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specially loved the blue-green combo n the chaapals from the second lookReplyDelete
loved those wedges from the first..thnx for dropping by my blog..
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Hi, sweety! The sandals is perfect to the colors in your outfit! Loved it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Cri :)Delete
lovely wedges and love those colors together<3ReplyDelete
Thank you Allie :)Delete
Thanks for the comments!ReplyDelete
You two look lovely :)
LOVE the wedges!ReplyDelete