Oxblood — adj
of a dark reddish-brown colour
The deceptive guile and the abyssal yearning paint the cosmic sky. From the other end you view it in a painted shade of cobalt sprinkled with specks for stars. I see an oxblood fertile field dotted with mustard roots. Remains of last year’s harvest.
(Dress: Asos, Clutch: Marks and Spencer, Shoes: Bandra)
Photography: Nikhil Nair
And I join the Oxblood bandwagon with this post. Yes, this dress was purchased almost two years ago (simply because I thought the color – then burgundy – looked gorgeous), however I will shamelessly admit that the whole hoopla around Oxblood this season got me to dig it out from the depths of my closet. I actually quite love this trend. Way more convincing than the pastels trend that left the Indian skinned looking pale and washed out. Also, these shoes are a steal off a random store at Bandra. Got to love unexpected on-trend bargain buys! 
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Till the next post,
There are 6 comments for this article
  1. miffalicious at 7:53 am

    Why are you always such a vision, K? I mean, really. Also, your dress is so beautiful! Such a versatile piece! Shopping from your closet is one of the best things ever.

    Love, Miffalicious. [www.miffalicious.com]

  2. songbird at 11:51 am

    that is precisely why i didn’t do pastel!and i have a pair of burgundy pants which i stole from my sister and wore it to fashion week and oxblood..uff the things we do!love your dress,words and photographs.

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