As soon as the Valentine’s Day gifting woes fade away, there comes the second big question. You might have brought the perfect gift or planned the most romantic surprise for your amore; however it is all incomplete without the perfect outfit.
Heading to a friend’s wedding and need the perfect jewellery to add to your bridesmaid trousseau? Or do you need to add some fun to your generic white shirt and trousers duo?
Since I was a young kid I have been seeing my grandma being very different from everyone. I always looked up to her and the way she would drape her saree. I was intrigued by the way she would wear it. She would wear the typical Madisar – Iyengar style 9-yard saree. I would always be a part of wearing the saree since the time I remember. How may you ask?
The daily commute and mundane urban work life is too boring to bear for long and asks for a regular dose of adventure during getaways to new places. India is a blessed land when it comes to trying different adventure activities to quench your adrenaline rush.
I know, I know this is like real crazy to choose what to wear to any kind of wedding or any function which involves relatives. The thing is that, we decide the way we want to dress up depending on how close that person is.
Were you one of those kids who would enjoy library period back in school? I used to wait for lunch breaks and even wait for the school to end so that I can rush to the beautiful two-storied library we had in our school. It was one place which took me away from reality and always took me to my imaginary castle of dreams.
We all are busy seeing Sonam Ki Shaadi /Met Gala / Cannes, today Neha Dhupia got married and what not right, in the last one week? All of us are condemning and praising sitting at home. Damn people, did I say it’s wrong? Nope, not at all! It’s absolute fun to sit back and analyse whose and what style I like! I know, I seem to be judgmental but come on, who is not?
I think it’s been really long since I went all wacky and wrote something!
As an artist or may you can call me a creative individual, I like doing wacky stuff, and for me art or any form of it is expressing yourself. I know a lot of people who just write about simple things, even I can just wear a Zara top and H&M pant and then say I have styled it in a different manner!
Sitting in the train, I am here watching the beautiful Western Ghats and the vast plains of India. I have been wondering all along that we have such a beautiful country that is so huge and we have not utilised even 10% of it. Is it because we are scared to live alone in the nature once we come to the city and get comfortable in easier things and the hustle bustle of life that anything apart from the city feels very remote to us?