Fashion & Lifestyle March 10, 2011 Cirare – The Union Jack Dress The ever classic symbol of the Union Jack in wool with a little incorrigible shimmer! Red sequin lines give a refreshing twist to this ‘Cirare‘ dress. Wear it with leggings and a solid clutch. Photography courtesy Naina Redhu @ Studio Aside Related accessoriesakankshaakanksha redhublogbloggersbritian fashioncirareclothesdelhiDesigndressdressesfabricFashion & Lifestylefashion blogfashion bloggersfashion designerfashion tipsfunkyIndiajewelleryjewelrylookbooknaina redhuNational institute of fashion designNIFTNIFT delhipersonal stylistphotographyredhusequinsshimmershoesstudio asidestylestyle blogstyle tipsstylingtraffictrendtrendstrendyUKunion jackunion jack dresswinter fashionwoolwoollen dresswordpress Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Previous articleCirare – Turquoise Batwing Dress in Raw Silk Next articleFashion Blogging Update – Best Trend Blog in Economic Times You may also like July 17, 2020 First Outdoor Shoot Post Covid-19 Lockdown May 13, 2020 Easiest Ice Cream You’ll Ever Make | No Ice-cream Maker | No Churn 1 Comment Reply June 24, 2011 Meghna Reddy Hi Akansha, Nice tips!! I’m sure you would interested to know there is one more interesting place where you can blog away on fashion to your heart’s content!!! http://www.spiritzandmore.com/ Thought you might be interested to know 🙂 SpiritzandMore.com is all about party, fashion & glamour – a holistic entertainment portal! It is a showbiz glitz of exclusive content and photos on parties, lifestyle and fashion events and also provides in-depth gyan on food & drink in your city, a galore of cocktail recipes, incredible party planners, interesting viewpoints on lifestyle and entertainment through the community blogs and forums and a whole lot more! Do let me know if you would interested to be our fashion blogger!!! Cheers, Meghna Reddy Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.