Everyone's personal style evolves based on upbringing, exposure, influences, personality, etc. Style is subjective. I think my style is uncomplicated, classic and elegant. I don't follow trends as I like wearing what suits me. Also, I dress according to my mood.
What are the colours you prefer?
I'm not afraid of colours. In fact I love them. I like experimenting and wear funky colours for fun. My favourite colours are red and black though.
Your must-have accessories?
Definitely a pair of nude peep-toes stilettos and a little black dress. Black heels are a must-have too. I love to splurge on bags and have growing collection of them.
Your idea of party wear?
It depends on the kind of party I'm attending, but I think a chic dress works wonders. As far as time is concerned, it depends on the event. If it's a professional appearance, I take longer to get dressed than when I'm popping over to a friend's party.
Your little experiments in style?
I've started taking a keen interest in experimenting with my style. At a recent awards show, I opted for a printed Stella McCartney gown. It was not the usual pageant-y or sequined sheath. Such a look has not been tried on the Indian red carpet before, so there is always a first time.
Best fashion buy?
Without a doubt, a beautiful day bag.
Best fashion trend?
Worst fashion trend?
Most extravagant purchase?
I once bought a winter jacket on one of my travels abroad - definitely an extravagant purchase because I hardly have any use for it since I live in Mumbai!
What designer item/s are on your fashion wishlist?
Victoria Beckham's new Spring-Summer 2012 line, as it has the most beautiful handbags.
If you had just two minutes to put together the perfect outfit, what would it be?
A white shirt, skinny jeans and nude ballet flats would make for a perfect casual look. Also, a LBD is definitely a perfect two-minute party option, because you can never go wrong with it.
As told to Simi Kuriakose