Even though Bombay is known as the fashion capital of India, Delhi isn't far behind. Delhi is after all the capital of the country! So, how can Delhi be left behind?
1. Aien Jamir
Fashion and I is what Aien calls her blog. She likes to describe her style as eclectic with the most unexpected pieces.
She likes experimenting with a lot of basics and the way she can style them. She started a online store called AJ-Store on Facebook back in 2009, which went on to become a hit, and the face of Fashion and I.
2. Surbhi Sethi
Surbhi's blog, HeadTilt started in 2012 was merely about looking at the worlds of fashion through her own eyes but now it's prime focus is her own personal style. She's got a very offbeat style which involves a lot of minimalism and chic looks.
The self-taught photographer believes that she expresses her personality by her choice of clothes. Looking for minimalism in fashion? Look up HeadTilt!
3. Sukhneet Wadhwa
Ms Coco Queen believes her personal style has always been about strong outfits with a touch of femininity. Girly outfits with an edge perfectly describes Sukhneet's personal style.
Having done her major in Finance, she started full-time blogging in 2013. For all things quirky and pretty - stalk her on Instagram!
4. Aanchal Rai
Her love for vintage fashion brought life to her blog, Stylelocked. Still in college, the budding fashion designer loves to give her spin on vintage clothes with a modern touch.
She's an expert on all things that are easy on the pocket and everyday styling. Her Instagram page will be one of the first things you'll be checking out every morning.
5. Monalisha Mahapatra
The Grey Halfway girl calls her personal style very casual yet chic. A footwear designer turned model turned fashion blogger, she loves travelling and getting each shot to be 'picture' perfect.
You would never even dream of clicking a picture where Monalisha gets the most beautiful shot. Follow her to know what I mean!Comments
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