If you are looking for vintage pieces in Dubai, look no further than Bambah Boutique. The adorable boutique is located on Beach Road, just opposite the zoo, and houses some of the best vintage wears in the city. Last week Bambah Boutique hosted an event for the launch of their second “Vintage Reconstructed” collection. The collection features one-of-a-kind pieces made out of re-fashioned vintage clothes from around the world. Think plaid, denim and a whole lot of studs! Continue reading
Living in Dubai one thing is apparent; this is the most indulgent city in the world to live in! Shopping should be considered a sport in the UAE and with the world’s largest mall on our doorstep, it’s not hard to see where are hard earn cash ends up most weekends (and on the occasional lunch time shopping spree!)
Recently there has been a shift in shopping trends with fashion-forward girls investing their money in more and more luxury, high-end pieces. Pink Fudge is a shopping destination for any stylish girl who has ever dreamt of owning all the finer things in life, from a Hermes Birkin to the most in demand Celine bag or even a beautiful timeless vintage piece from Chanel. Pink Fudge offers a wide collection of authentic designer handbags, vintage designer collectable pieces, sexy heels, accessories and anything else you can ever dream of having in your closet. Continue reading
Me and the bestie hit up Mall of the Emirates a few weeks ago before she went on holiday and I think I ended up buying more than she did. Typical Seher. One item I fell in love with was this Jane Norman maxi dress. It had this Temperley-esque look to it and made me feel like I was in a romantic movie – all that was missing was a horse-drawn carriage and a gorgeous guy, possibly of the Harvey Spector variety! Hell a girl can dream can’t she? Continue reading
I have to admit that I don’t wear Asian clothes very often. Weddings and Eid are probably the only time you will see me in something traditional, but on what is the 64th Independence Day of Pakistan, I thought I’d dedicate a special post to some of the stunning Asian clothes I have.
The blue and pink creation that I’m wearing above is actually vintage. I fell in love with this as soon as my mum showed it to me. It’s something that she’s worn and kept safe for years and I decided to wear it last year at my cousin’s wedding in London. My sister, Laila, wore a black two-piece outfit which she bought from a boutique in London.
The hot pink shalwar kameez in this montage was made for me by my mum’s awesome tailor in Pakistan. It had the most stunning neckline encrusted in swarovski crystals and was worn with trousers. The black and purple outfit was actually a creation by me and my mum. Going to another wedding, I honestly had a last-minute wardrobe crisis, so mum found this stunning sixties sequin dress which we paired with some palazzo-style pants and black and grey scarf. Somehow it all came together and was a dream to wear and gave me the flexibility to run around after my nieces and nephews and also DJ – my first time at any event!
Happy Independence Day to all my fellow Pakistani’s. I’m off to blast some Imran Khan now.