Nikita Mehra: Fashion is very personal so ‘You Do You’

Experiment and be Comfortable about your looks

“Fashion is part of the daily air and it changes all the time, with all the events. You can even see the approaching of a revolution in clothes. You can see and feel everything in clothes.” —Diana Vreeland

DutyFreeList in conversation with Nikita Mehra, Travel and Fashion Blogger.

What are top 3 moments from 2018 that turned out to completely different from expectations?

  1. I travelled to Seychelles last year and I was really looking forward to that island but the day we reached it started pouring heavily and we couldn’t enjoy the beautiful waters at all but that’s the amusing part about travel, isn’t it?

2. I went to Paris for fashion week later in the year. It was a short trip for 4 days and I had already visited the city twice so I wasn’t expecting much but we explored some hidden fashion streets and saw the most beautiful sunset ever at Sacre-Coeur.

 3.I went to London fashion week thinking it would be a work trip but met the love of my life there (so dramatic, jeeezz!)

How do you look forward in 2019? Any plans, for insta-family?

2019 has been really good for fashion and travel so far. I have already visited to New York fashion week, visited the Bahamas and South Carolina and met Sachin Tendulkar in Goa. I have a show lined up in Mexico and trips to Abu Dhabi and Thailand in the pipeline. 2019 is looking really bright.

Top 3 essential beauty products that are must have while traveling.

It’s really important to keep yourself hydrated so a lip balm and face and body moisturizer. I also think carrying a sunscreen is a must and a concealer to hide your dark circles from excessive partying(haha)!

As a blogger, how do deal with flight-delays? What is your favorite time pass at the airport/suite?

The best way to deal with flight delays is to shop at the airport. I even love interacting with my readers and making the most of the delay.

What challenge do you face while experimenting with looks? Any piece of advice for beginners.

The biggest challenge while experimenting is to keep up with trends ,at the same time being comfortable in what your wearing and carrying it confidently despite of what others think. Fashion is very personal so ‘You Do You’ .

 

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