Here’s a list of the best fashion picks of the week from some of our favourite Indian fashion influencers. Check them out!

From a scarf to a face mask, fashion bloggers are slaying their fashion game during the lockdown with their own twists, tips and tricks! With such simple yet glamourous fashion taste and love for styling, the bloggers are keeping the fashion mood set and soaring. You don’t need to spend much time thinking about what to adorn for your next self photoshoot, you can easily just take inspiration from these fashionistas!

Donning vibrant and dashing looks to trendy fashion accessories and footwear, their fashion content is something you wouldn’t want to miss. The weekend is here. So what are you waiting for? Open your wardrobe and choose your best fashion pick and take styling inspirations from these rocking men, women and queen! We have made a list of our favourite fashion picks from influencers that you will surely love.

Treat your eyes with these trendy and stylish looks:

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There are enough rules in life as it is. Some, however, are there to help. Like the rules that govern how to dress well. Of course, every man or woman that has an opinion on such things speaks from personal experience – and no doubt what works for one doesn't always work for another; or what works for one is considered too pedestrian or too avant-garde by another. So, when it comes to dressing, they always have to be taken at face value. They're solid suggestions rather than the last word on style. But good advice is never to be sniffed at, and, as menswear becomes ever more rich and varied, ever more experimental and abundant, ever more trend-aware, in moments of confusion and self-doubt, it can help to have a valuable fall-back position that cuts through the clutter. These 'rules' tend to be founded in history – they've worked for generations, so might well be assumed to work well today too. And they tend to be founded in the obvious, so obvious they're often overlooked: a preference for good fit, high quality, versatility, good value, lack of extremes and keeping it sober. There are certainly many other rules out there than are presented here. Some of these you may have already discovered for yourself. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _________________________________ #Fashionmostwanted #Stylepost #Menstreetpost #Fashioninspirationdaily #Streetwearmen #Indianmensfashion #Indianfashioninfluencer #Mumbaifashionblogger #Delhiinfluencer #Delhifashionbloggers #Ootdmenstyle #Mensfashionwear #Mensfashionblogger #Guynextdoor #Happyhairdaysareback #FindyourNirvana #Myntrastudio #Myntrasays #Myntragetthelook #Ajiolove #Seriousmen #Freshfashion #Lifestylestores #Aeroworld #Stayathomewithaero #Indiakaapnastore #Henryandsmith #mynord #rulethenew

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As lovely as heels look with certain outfits, the myth that they’re the only footwear choice that looks flattering, simply isn’t true! #GWCtip: Pulling off flats with dresses and skirts is all about finding the right style shoe. My go-to is always a classic pointed toe in black or nude, because they pair well with everything. The pointed toe not only looks sleek, they also elongate your legs in the same way wearing heels does, especially when wearing a nude that’s the same color as your skin. If there’s only one flat you add to your wardrobe, definitely go with a pointed toe in your perfect shade of nude or classic black — you’ll literally be able to pair them with every outfit in your wardrobe! ☺️#flatshoes #curvyfashion #curvystyle #curvyconfidence #curvyblogger

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Chayanika Roy
Creative thinker, writer and an orator, Chayanika Roy is a passionate journalist in making who loves to explore new opportunities, meeting new people and undertaking dynamic challenges. As an enthusiastic traveler, she enjoys capturing the beauty and culture of the places she visits. She has endeavoured in various fields including- content writing, photography, screenplay writing and social media. Writing for a national publication and working with organizations has given Chayanika a better sense of the creative field where she is stepping in.