We’ve all been a part of fancy dress competitions and school plays where we had to dress up as things. I’ve been a tree, a sunflower and even a solar system. Once, I was put in a ‘pear’ costume and made to stand in the school playground for the entire day – I was quite happy and I can’t figure why. 

We’ve all been there, done that. Back then, it was the excitement of wearing make-up and costume, but I’m not proud of it now. But, today’s fashion is a lot like those ‘bachpan ki looks’ that we created. All I want to know is, who wears it on purpose as a grown-up? 

And the way these looks and shows trend, reminds me of how little I know about fashion. But, they do end up making me feel better about being certain ‘objects’, back in school.

1. This skirt converts into furniture. And, honestly I could really use it while travelling in metro – kyunki khali seat toh milti nahi.

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2. Katy Perry’s look from the Met Gala reminded me of Lumiere (the candle holder) from Beauty and the Beast.

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3. This would’ve been my look, if I played a chair with the constant pile of clothes. 

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4. Spring Collection, quite literally.

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5. Reminds me of how my mom bought a larger size of uniform, just so it fit through half of my school life.

6. I could’ve made a career out of that pear costume. And, all I did was stand in a West-Delhi school playground. 

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7. This is actually a good save from dilli ki garmi.

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8. Joey did it first. 

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9. I just feel like it got stuck and they left it there.

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10. It is ironical how they probably can’t see through it.

11. Hollywood’s rendition of Morni Banke.

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12. Question – whose hair is it?

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13. How some politicians would want us to be.

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14. DIY idea – with mummy ki do, teen sarees.

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15. Because, people clearly don’t get the concept of personal space. NGL, this seems like smart fashion. 

I suddenly feel less embarrased about my entire childhood.