She was certainly the most beautiful woman in the world. She carried herself with grace; the room always smelled a bit more beautiful when she was around. Through the eyes of a child, there is nothing more perfect than her mother.
On this Mother’s Day, we celebrate Moms, Mas, and Ammus by sharing a few fashion lessons from this much loved generation of women.
Sumaya Kazi, Founder of Sumazi: “The best way to describe my mom’s sense of fashion is ultimate sophistication. From the way she wears her sarees to the jewelry and accessories that complement her outfits, she exudes elegance. What I love about her style is that she doesn’t use fashion to make a statement, [rather] her fashion sense enhances and puts more of a focus on her own beauty.”
Menx Mansur, Founder of Menx & Marco: “My mother taught me that the composition of the outfit one chooses should simply complement and accent ones beauty. The outfit itself should not be the head turner, rather the symbiotic and compelling energy exchanged between the adornments and their wearer.”
Saleha Abbasi, Founder of Goddess Beauty: “[My mother’s fashion advice:] wear what looks good on you, not just whats in fashion right now.”
Payal Khurani, Consultant: “My mom taught me to embrace what I was given when it came to beauty and styling it up, she always said to keep things simple. Simple is sheik and beautiful.”
Natasha Khan, Founder of SAPNA: “My mother taught me that precious jewels and quality fabrics are always admired and never go out of style. So now, I let myself splurge on investment pieces, that I know will be staples in my wardrobe.”