Think of how much wear I can get out of clothes when I shop: Mira Rajput Kapoor on being Vocal for Local and finding a sartorial voice

Mira Rajput Kapoor has fashion, content creation, and being a digital influencer in her bag of many talents. Be it channeling her inner Moira Rose or keeping it hot on the sunny beaches of Goa, she has her sartorial picks sorted. A strong advocate for organic products, Mira has always been Vocal for Local. She was the icon to give skincare brand Pahadi Local, a brand she swears by, a shoutout that pushed them into mainstream media.

In an interview with a leading fashion magazine, Mira opened up about how the pandemic influenced her to reconsider her fashion choices, her preference for Indian designers, and what she looks for while shopping for new outfits. 

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When it comes to Mira, it has always been homegrown brands for the win! Ditching the pandemic style of pyjamas in order to attend zoom meetings, Mira revealed how "flowy tracks from Zara, worn with T-shirts and a shawl, have been a life-saver." For the India Edit, her platform where she features conversations on varying topics beginning from Ayurveda to fashion, she chose designs like Vaishali S, Suket Dhir, and Anamika Khanna along with a whole lot of Indian designers. 


Talking about her accessory collection, Mira said, "I've put together an accessory collection that I am obsessed with, quartz rings from Anu Merton, a Nicobar M pendant, Bhavya Ramesh's Bee Earrings, and my Apple watch, to track steps."

When it comes to following trends and buying new clothes, Mira has changed her style, "This year, I've learnt to appreciate the quality of restraint, of not buying too much... not indulging too much." She further added that even when she does shop, "rather than thinking of buying pieces that just make for a one-night-out photo for the gram," she thinks about how much wear she can get out of them.

(Source - Vogue, Instagram)