A tropical moment

I love seeing how Talia of Talia Studio and The Sister Files interprets Bombay Mermaid. She’s been on the blog before, along with her sister (and my sister-in-law!) rocking our colorful prints and boho-inspired styles. These photos of Talia wearing the pom pom kimono sleeve robe from the Bombay Mermaid 2014 collection are completely amazing. I love the way the sunlight catches in the fabric, and that pop of mint trim looks amazing with her complexion and hair color. Such a beauty!



Below, our neon yogi Bollywood earrings.



See more at The Sister Files.

Two stylish sisters

I’d like to introduce you to two stylish sisters who are very dear to my heart. Becca is my sister-in-law: an amazing mother, artist, creator, and inspiration based in New York. She runs Little Otto Shop (named after my sweet potato nephew), where she sells quirky, gorgeous handmade jewelry and accessories. Becca is always creating and dreaming up new products in the midst of her busy life, and she you’ll never see her in an outfit that’s anything less than brilliant.

Natalia is an incredible professional photographer and gifted story-teller—see her work at TaliaStudio, based in San Diego, California—who juggles being a super-mom (her two little ones are gems, to say the least, destined for a stylish future of their own) with producing dreamy, timeless photos of her clients, and running her business like a champ.

It’s an honor to see them wearing Bombay Mermaid on their joint blog, The Sister Files. See more of these outfits here and here.

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Pictured on Talia: top and harem pants from the 2014 runway resort collection

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Pictured on Becca: dress from the 2013 collection and features textiles sourced in Arequipa Peru, with a hand-finished hem

Love these ladies.


Featured: Threaded Vibes

Bombay Mermaid is currently featured on Threaded Vibes! Read up on how you can work our pieces into your 2014 festival wardrobe. Thanks to Courtney for showing us some love:

“Everything within the Bombay Mermaid’s Etsy store is full of life and color! From the jewelry that she hand makes in Brooklyn, NY to the vintage pieces she has found, none of it lacks uniqueness or beauty. Recently I have been attracted to Indian influenced fashion (especially accessories), so finding Bombay Mermaid was like hitting the jackpot. And although I’m obsessed with everything in her store I’d have to say that my festival favorites are the vintage bindis from India, rhinestone pendant necklace, and Bollywood head chains.”



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