Going monochrome in the streets of Bandra

Mixing Black, White and their shades have always been my safest and favorite bet. They give colour to ones skin and definitely add vibrance. Before heading out to a meeting for a very interesting collaboration coming up with a shoe brand called Tated, I happened to snap my look. No place makes me feel more connected to Mumbai than the back streets of Bandra. The tiny narrow lanes are filled with either pretty graffiti or old beautiful cottages with lovely plants surrounded by them. Everyone walking by the area seems calm automatically. For all those willing to take some nice snaps, Bandra is definitely the place to be. It already is a favourite spot for many Bloggers and photographers.

Monochrome in the streets of Bandra
Monochrome in the streets of Bandra
Graffiti artwork in Bandra
Graffiti artwork in Bandra

I paired this look by wearing a ripped white shirt I got from Zara man and wore black dress shorts from HM. I really liked these chandelier earrings I found while street shopping in Hill Road at Bandra which I incorporated in this look by adding it to the collar button of my shirt. It was paired by the classic aviators from HM and sandals from Baseman.

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