The Island Girls feat. Vajor

Ocean air, salty hair, good vibes and tan lines; if you’re anything like us you’d prefer to be “Seahabilitated” at all times. But since its monsoon, it has been raining on our parade quite literally!

When we first laid our eyes on these Vajor dresses, we almost felt teleported to an exotic island where & the sun was shining, the breeze was blowing and the Mojitos kept coming! The colors, white and blue used in these dresses were reminiscent of the island of Santorini, Greece and wearing these beautiful dresses did make us feel like Greek goddesses!

If you’ve been having major FOMO over summer, these Vajor pieces provide a quick fix. What we love so much about them is their versatility. The possibilities are endless. Wear them as is, for a quick brunch or put on a cool jacket over them for a night out. You can also pair them with leggings if you wanna go the ethnic route. Stack on some bangles and tie up flats if you’re all about that boho life…we can go on and on, but you get the point.

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“Them island girls are the baddest.” – Nicki Minaj

Here Grishma styles this gorgeous white A line dress with a minimalistic blue waist belt and a statement choker.

Speaking of minimalistic, Namaslay’s Karishma Shah is the queen of minimalism. Here Karishma pairs her asymmetric flowy dress with white flats keeping it clean and fresh and letting that amazing asymmetric detailing have its moment!

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These dresses have quickly gone on to becoming one of our favorite pieces to style.

Minimal or a little over the top whatever your signature style may be, Vajor offers something for everybody. Vajor for the win!

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OUTFIT DETAILS:

ALL OUTFITS: VAJOR 

CREDITS:

PHOTOGRAPHY: NITIN TANK
MAKE UP & HAIR: SIMRAN SHAH (ADORN DIARIES)
LOCATION: BONOBO
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