Gypsy in me

Aztec print pants: Cotton On
Wooden Ring: Sarojini Nagar
Vintage jacket

As told by a very close aunt of mine, being a kid I was mad about 'dum maaro dum' song. With messy hair sitting at one corner of the drawing room I used to hum it till the time Zeenat's spirit didn't leave my body :D and the interesting part was that the last 'dum' used to get exaggerated a little too long. 

The rebel Zeenat's character used to and still gets me. 

Since the time I understand fashion, I mean since the time I started putting my mom's makeup secretly, I have always left at least one thing unmade whenever I dress up. Not being bothered about my unwaxed arms and legs, several times I have gone partying. Without combing my hair I have gone for interviews. I assumed that me being comfortable and not too bothered about what people think will make me express myself more and so far it has worked! Honestly, this whole thing of being carefree about such things satisfies the gypsy in me. 
Now why I styled it like this...its because of the Aztec in this look that I wore a plain top with it. Since I paired these ASOS woven brogues, the look demanded some layering you see! I topped  the look with this vintage jacket bought from Paharganj, a leather backpack and threw a statement wooden ring and made my hair how wanted it to be. 
Now shall we sing along
Dum maaro dummmm....