We all know that I’m not the most fashion forward person. In fact, I could live in my t-shirts and sweat pants all day every day (and I usually do). And that is exactly why I have Ruchi, an expert, sharing her Pink by Ruchi wish list with you today. Enjoy!
I constantly have ideas roaming around in my head, and as soon as I’m able to, I try to implement those designs. Of course, not all of them turn out according to plan, but I do still have my favorites. So, I thought for this post, I’d share with you all a Pink by Ruchi Wist List. If I were going to order or buy something from me :), these are the pieces that are at the top of my list!
1 – Okay, so some of you may know this, but when I first launched my line, I was selling as Pink Sugar. As my designs matured and changed, I realized I wanted my name somewhere in the label. That’s when I decided to officially launch as Pink by Ruchi. SO, this piece was made during the ‘Pink Sugar’ time, and ‘PSP Peplum’ has a great ring to it. This is by far one of my most favorite designs – it’s cute and spunky all at the same time.
2 – I love this cotton with the sparkly gold lines – again, cutesy with a pop! This material is so comfortable, and this dress is perfect for a summer day – you can run errands in it, grab lunch with a friend, and even manage to wear it to a casual dinner!
3 – Elegant and delicate. And surprisingly, you can dress this top down, too. Having the lining already stitched in is a major plus, and the sweetheart neckline leaves just enough to the imagination!
4 – The best casual tunic. I adore tops that give me room to move around (the elastic waist allows for that). Goes great with leggings or skinnies or even Bermudas, and just plain comfortable.
5 – Midi! One of the reasons this is on my list is because of the length – which is so in right now! And I super like it because of the ‘wrap look’ – store/ready-made wrap dresses never really looked right on me (I think because of my funny proportions), and now that I can get them made according to my measurements, it’s the icing on the cake!
6 – Well, my dreams did come true after moving to India, so I figured the last one should be ‘dun, dun, dun’…Indian :). Traditional pieces are so beautiful – they’re colorful, the handwork is amazing, the fabrics are gorgeous – all of it. I love playing around with fun prints and shades, but at the end of the day, I’m a classics-kinda girl – so, this one is perfect – the black and white embroidery with the lime green dupatta – muah! (Imagine me kissing my fingers like I’m in an Italian restaurant).
Alrighty, there you have it! Happy list making and shopping!
Thanks for another great post, Ruchi! I personally love #2 and #6. So pretty!
What’s on your fashion wish list?