Walking out of winter

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Walking out of winter

Well, well we know that we are EXTREMELY late with this post but we still wanted to share this with you guys. This particular post was supposed to go up almost a month back but somehow things did not work out. But, since the weather is still pretty crisp, we hope that the outfit ideas that we are sharing with you in this post would be helpful.

Winter, is undoubtedly the best season of all. We love how the cold turns the cheeks pink, the lazy snuggly mornings wrapped in blankets, how good the warmth of the sun feels on the skin, cups of hot chocolate/ masala tea in the evenings, all the yummy, delicious food that we get to enjoy, the campfire with family and friends, everything about this weather is just SO AMAZING!! Not to forget about all the fun you can have with your everyday outfits 😊

It’s the season of dark lips and boots, of sweaters and coats, of scarfs and woolen caps, the list is endless. It is basically the ‘happy season’ as the options of playing around with the outfit gets doubled. We bring you four handy and simple #winteroutfitideas, from work wear to casual outings to parties/concerts. We have curated the below looks keeping in mind the chills that are bidding us goodbye slowly and the hemisphere that is beginning to warm significantly. Let’s walk of winter in style, shall we?

Look 1: Work wear
A sweater or blazer paired with formal pants and shirt? Neah!! Pull out the pencil skirts that you have been avoiding all the winter, pair it with a formal shirt or a funky tee and throw on a light woolen long shrug or a long cardigan. Complete the look with boots or heeled pumps and a cute winter cap.

Look 2: Parties/ Concert
For the second look we picked an old denim, cut it randomly and stitched chains and pearls to give it some punk vibes. To add some bling, we picked a black blazer with silver detailing, a choker and a pair of high heels. You can easily pull off this look at music concerts and parties.

Look 3: Brunch/ Casual outing
Since spring is approaching us slowly, we picked a cute skater dress and paired with a Nehru jacket. The mandarin collared jacket balances the dress perfectly making it enough warm and stylish at the same time.

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Look 4: Fun night
For the last one, we did another fun DIY and cut squares all over the jean and wore a black stocking inside. You can also try fishnet stockings instead of a regular one. Paired a thin woolen poncho that we bought from Kasol and finished the look with a bun and boots. This is such a sassy look, totally apt for those days when you go out for drinks and music or a weekend house party.

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We will be back soon with more such amazeballs and crazy stuff. Hope you are enjoying the posts.

Loads of love,
Peppy Chics ❤️


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Rebel, with a cause

There are so many amazing, virtuoso, brilliant people out there who are doing great in their respective fields. You can look at them and feel beneath, jealous, timid and lose your confidence OR take inspiration. It is so easy to give up, so easy to think you cannot do it, so easy to feel scared and worthless. But it takes plenty of cojones to stand for what you believe in, to keep doing something that you love and enjoy, to walk against the direction of the wind, to face opprobrium, and to continuously try to create an identity for yourself in this big world.

I have been a rebel and an obdurate kind of person and all these years the world tried to convince me that these are the kind of qualities I should get rid of. Over these years I started listing them under my bad qualities, right under laziness and above irresponsible. But lately, I realized that they actually deserve a respectable place in my strengths. I feel so stupid that I let the world make me believe that being rebellion and being stubborn made me a bad person.

Rebel; someone who does not obey, someone who rise in opposition.
Stubborn; someone who does not give up, difficult to move, dogged determination not to change.

You are wasting your life if you are not doing what you love, if you are not being who you are, if you are not chasing the dreams you have. You need to look for the light and then follow that path. Yeah, go ahead be a rebel, it takes fortitude to be one, to stand against the odds, to fly in the face of normalcy, to talk about things they don’t want to hear. And once you have found your art, my dear, be a stubborn heart. Deny to give up no matter how hard it gets, accept the criticism, the failures, the bruises and the pain. Work hard to keep that fire alive, that desire alive.

And most importantly, don’t apologize. Don’t apologize for your belief, for your grit, for your devotion, for being insanely frenzy about your art.
Yes, I am stubborn, yes I am a rebel, and I am proud of being one.
Who are you? or shall I ask are you happy with it?

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Look 1:
Distressed Boyfriend jeans:Roadster (Myntra)
T-shirt: (Men’s section)Lee Cooper
Leather jacket: Vero Moda
Jootis: Jaisalmer local market

Look 2:
Skirt: DIY
Crop Top: Local market
Boots:Bruno Manetti (Myntra)

Behind the lens: Chintan Suthar

Loads of Love,
Peppy Chics ❤️