Finally my life is in peace now as I just hard a short vacation for a while after appearing for tons of exams. Hopefully it went well, and I’m planning to spend my holidays in New Delhi with my friends (just chilling around) or probably doing some collaboration.
Trust me, I’m tired of books. I gotta do something refreshing. Well, How about you? I hope you are having a good time with your life?
“Indian Fashion has to buck up.We cannot compete with a Chanel or an Armani.The only way we can survive is by offering something from our rich crafts and doing global designs with an Indian twist”
Hello Beautiful People.
I hope you all are doing good.
It’s been long. How are you? Did you have a good time?
Well, for me, it’s been super hectic as I just finished my first exam today and thankfully it went well.
Today I am displaying one of my favorite, ‘Kimono-style Cardigan’, which I bought from a random store in South Delhi. I was mesmerized by the embroidery and the fringes at the end of the robe when I saw this kimono at the store.
Hello beauties! Hope you all are having a wonderful life and are enjoying the summers.
If you follow me on various social channels, you know that last week I attended a high-end fashion store launch in Delhi. I was super stoked to be invited to this as it was my first such event. Read on to know more about how it went.
Today is Monday and I’m here with my 3rd post. I hope you guys had a good time? Well..
My today’s outfit has been inspired by Indian Snake Charmers.
If you are an Indian, you would probably know about “Snake Charmers” which are immensely popular in India, especially during summer. Though other Asian nations such as Thailand, Malaysia and Pakistan are also familiar with these practices. But incase you don’t know yet, snake charming is the practice of pretending to hypnotize a snake by playing an instrument called “pungi”. It’s a traditional belief that the sound of “pungi” makes the snake sluggish and reluctant to attack people.