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Gamini Rathore: Her wardrobe is a Heartthrob

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  •  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.

DSC_0312Gamini – I do it every 15 days else I am not able to find my own clothes in this mess.

JWB – Today let it be because we will anyway make you put everything out.

Gamini – I am game!DSC_0315

 

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.

DSC_0385What has shopping taught you?

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.

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Do you want to show anything from there?

This black top with sequin work. DSC_0357

Latest shopping from sale.

This Puma pair.

DSC_0317Recent shopped you are proud of.

Victoria Secret Body Mist that I bought during GOSF 2014. It costs 1500/-, however I got it for just 700 bucks!

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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.

DSC_0387Style that says ‘It’s me’.

This denim shirt. It is sexy yet it defines the ‘girl-next-door’ in me.

DSC_0322Style that gives you confidence.    

Jackets and black color.

DSC_0354Most daring closet piece.

The monochrome striped dress. The neckline is interesting.

DSC_0331From friend’s closet.

I’ve snatched this scarf from my friend. I usually pair it with my basic tee-shirts.

DSC_0327A must-have in every girl’s wardrobe for parties?

A little black dress. I have mine with lace sleeves.

DSC_0404Dream couture.

I dream of having a Georgette saree with dupion border. I long to wear it during my college farewell this April.

DSC_0365Accessory love.

I love earrings and have plenty of them. It is mostly about silver and black metal. I get them from exhibitions.

DSC_0368 DSC_0369 On a date with granny.

I would prefer wearing Kurta with tights. May be this red one, I somehow like it a lot.

DSC_0403On a date with boyfriend.

Casual wear teamed up with one unique factor like a statement neckpiece or my ‘Military-rank’ Jacket.

DSC_0393DSC_0394Any closet piece that shows the gender gap between you and your mom.

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.

DSC_0383The Designer in you.

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.

DSC_03362. The black dupatta. I bought the cloth and border lace from Seekar House (Jaipur).

DSC_03453. The Purple skirt (cloth from Seekar House) and crop top (made from an old long kurti). I wore this combination last Diwali.

DSC_0338DSC_0337Did you love her closet? If you want to be here on fashion rubric like Gamini and think you have got interesting stuff in your wardrobe, write to us at contactjaipurwomenblog@gmail.com

DSC_0408The wardrobe inspection conducted by Lavanya Bahuguna

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