Gamini Rathore: Her wardrobe is a Heartthrob
- JWB Post
- January 18, 2015
Gamini Rathore is in her early 20s and is a fierce management graduate. She knows hers is the age to experiment and keep the fun alive in her wardrobe. We met her one sunny afternoon when she was re-arranging her almirah.
JWB – Today let it be because we will anyway make you put everything out.
Favorite shop stops.
Since I am a student and get limited pocket money, I prefer to shop online for good deals. This includes Myntra, Jabong, etc. For days when I have heavy wallets, I prefer going to Zara and Promod.
That even street shopping is a skill and you can get some unique pieces from it. I enjoy my run-through at Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar.
Do you want to show anything from there?
Latest shopping from sale.
This Puma pair.
Victoria Secret Body Mist that I bought during GOSF 2014. It costs 1500/-, however I got it for just 700 bucks!
How often do you experiment with your style?
Very less. I like solid hues mostly pastels and no bold prints. You will also see me in monotone dark shades.
This denim shirt. It is sexy yet it defines the ‘girl-next-door’ in me.
Jackets and black color.
The monochrome striped dress. The neckline is interesting.
I’ve snatched this scarf from my friend. I usually pair it with my basic tee-shirts.
A little black dress. I have mine with lace sleeves.
I dream of having a Georgette saree with dupion border. I long to wear it during my college farewell this April.
I love earrings and have plenty of them. It is mostly about silver and black metal. I get them from exhibitions.
I would prefer wearing Kurta with tights. May be this red one, I somehow like it a lot.
Casual wear teamed up with one unique factor like a statement neckpiece or my ‘Military-rank’ Jacket.
Oh yes, I have this long skirt that belongs to mom and she wants me to wear it. I absolutely don’t like it. Though I know, pairing it with a crop top can do the magic. But no, not now.
I think I have a knack for fashion. I love designing my own clothes at times.
1. The Lehariya gown, made from my mom’s old saree.