New label crush ft. Lillie By Ruthie

   It is almost impossible to come across a new label that fulfills all your seasonal demands. While I go gallivanting for clothes that are rich in colour and print for the summer, the label Lillie by Ruthie makes a little Santa Claus entrance, giving me not just colours and prints but interesting structures as well.

Here are two looks I have created encompassing two of summer’s most influential trends- Monochrome and Colour blocking.

Look 1. Linear Interaction

I absolutely fell in love with the sleeve detailing of both the blouses that i received. Considering how sleeves are taking an interesting and exaggerated dimension this season, a dramatic bell-flared sleeve is more than welcome.

{ Striped blouse- Lillie By Ruthie

Plisse skirt- Sag Harbor

Sunglasses- Missamore

Booties- Divided by H&M (stole them off Bhavishya)

Bag- Dubai}

Location: A place that looks picturesque both when open and closed- Church Street Social

As the title suggests, this look is all about the linear interaction between the striped blouse and the plisse skirt, along with a dose of texture mash-up- which is very very essential when you are donning a monotone/monochrome look.

2. Citrus

Here’s a combination i’d never imagine wearing, but somehow this blouse did not allow me to think beyond a zesty orange. I tried to avoid looking like a pumpkin by adding neutral accessories.

 {Blouse- Lillie by Ruthie

Culottes- First & I on

Brogues- Sarojini Nagar, Delhi}

For the print freak that i am, i did not have a single tartan printed item of clothing in my wardrobe. And voila!

I am so impressed at the quality of the fabric and most importantly the seams- which is a major deciding factor while buying tailored designer pieces. Lillie by Ruthie is a label that ticks all the right boxes for me, in terms of design and affordability.

Their off-shoulder pieces are TO DIE FOR!

Haven’t seen them yet? Follow them here-

(They got free shipping and they ship between 1-5 days BROWNIE POINTS!)

I had a great time shooting this series. My incredibly talented photographer Wesley and I took no more than 10 minutes to shoot each look, which is very unlike us. He was so grateful that i had so much colour on me.

Do not forget to check out his work here-



I hope you enjoyed reading this post as much as i enjoyed working on it.

Until next time,


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