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Hey guys, since we’ve been blogging for over a year and a half now, we decided to give you some more information about us. Here is the ‘most likely to do tag’. Nobody tagged us to do it, but we decided to do it anyway. We tag you.
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Hey everyone! April 3rd was Ruchika’s birthday. We headed out for a picnic in Lalbagh, Bangalore, and this is what we wore: Birthday Girl, Ruchika What Ruchika’s wearing: Printed wrap around skirt: | Black tank | Heeled Flip Flops … Continue reading
Here’s showcasing Miss Tanushree’s style and personality. Look 1: Lounging Around Look 2: Kaftan Casual Look 3: Crazy Night Out
Flamehead, haha, that’s what my friend called me after I showed him my hair colour. Reddish copper highlights. ;) Colour: Schwarzkopf Professional Igora Red Salon: Lakme Finally some change, at the same time retaining the length of my hair! x … Continue reading
In honor of India being in today’s T20 world cup Finals, I decided to show you a few outfits you could wear to the stadium. The first 2 looks are with the Indian jersey on and the other 2 are … Continue reading
Fashion designer extraordinaire who made this beautiful two piece for me. A lovely woman and a gifted seamstress.
Top: Rs. 300, Skirt: Rs. 550.
Facebook: Arzoo Nagraik
I always found the idea of listening to a book weird. I love the feeling of a paperback between my fingers, the rustle of pages, the smell of a well-worn familiar object that transports me to another land every time I pick it up. But most of all, I love to imagine the voice and appearance of the characters the way I want to. I thought listening to an e-book would be like watching a movie based on a book and thinking ‘that was nothing like the way I imagined it!’ That just leads to disappointment.
But when I read The Fault In Our Stars on Audible.com using my free trial, I loved it so much I thought I’d share it with you. The speaker modulates her voice in a way so realistic that it’s just as good as reading the physical book.
Rixton: Me & My Broken Heart
I’m falling in love with these boys and this song.
Gifts from the boyf
He’s got great taste, hasn’t he?
“Whaddup everyone, it’s your giiiiirl SUPERWOMAN”
Everytime I hear that I automatically smile. She’s got a great sense of humour and I’m addicted to her videos. Best part is, she’s indian!
Black Studded Flats- Max
Huehuehue I’m such an adult. I just started driving classes and I love it.
Nirvana Tote Bag
I’ve been a flipkart regular for a while now but when they started to branch out to clothes and shoes, I was a little hesitant to try it out. I guess I was wrong because these bad boys have now become my favorite pair of wedges. Flipkart has always been great with delivery and timing. They have a number of brands for footwear and this particular one, I had never shopped from before. The name of the brand is enroute and they are pretty expensive. Luckily, flipkart offers various discounts and so I decided I had to get my hands on these. The heel is 4.9 inches, but since they’re wedges they’re absolutely comfortable. These shoes were for Rs. 3999, but due to the discounts, I got them for Rs. 1,499! They are also true to size, so totally worth it!
True To Size- ♥♥♥♥♥
Shipping and Handling + Customer Service- ♥♥♥♥♥
Collection on the site- ♥♥♥♥♥
Today’s WWTBIW is about dressing for Indian ceremonies. Our reader Simra requested this because she felt that most girls know how to style Western clothes, but are terrible when it comes to styling Indian clothes.
I’m going to show you what I would wear for different ceremonies of different grandeur- if you’re Indian, you’d understand. If you’re not, then let’s just say that Indians celebrate functions on varying scales of amplitude and pomp.
1. A Basic Indian Ceremony
The grandiosity in our dressing is proportional to how close we are to the one conducting the ceremony. This would be when the function is not being held on a grand scale, or when you’re attending a ceremony held by a far off relative or friend. The look would basically consist of a simple kurta and chudidar/ patyala, with some jewelry.
Kurta and Chudidar from Max | Rajasthani choker necklace
2. Slightly Grand
This would be when the ceremony is held by your own family or close relatives, but not too many people have been invited. You’d want to dress simple, yet look the part of a hostess. After all, it is your family’s function! I wore this cream Hakoba and silk Anarkali which I got stitched for my housewarming ceremony. The look should consist of a slightly grand outfit, with some matching earrings, necklace, and fancy footwear.
Anarkali set: stitched | Gold tone and Pearl earrings from the US
3. Grand during daytime
This would be when your close relatives are holding a ceremony and have called quite a number of people, so you’d want to look your best. I wore this to my cousin’s reception. This looks should be pure Indian, with matching jewelry and footwear.
Kurta set from Bangalore | Kitten heels from Citywalk
4. Grand at night
This would be when you have to attend a function held by your close family members, at night. You can afford to incorporate Western elements into an otherwise Indian look, as I did. Pair it with some flashy earrings and nice footwear, preferably heels. I wore this outfit to my cousin’s Sangeet (the night before a wedding where all family members sing and dance together and what not).
Black tank | Skirt was stitched by my mother | Bangles from Hyderabad
5. Grandeur of epic proportions
Okay, so maybe I exaggerate. Hehe. This would be when it’s a ceremony held by a really close family member, or your own nuclear family, and there are a LOT of people called. You’d want to look really decked up and feel part of the family, yet stand out. And of course, you need to look the part of one of the hostesses too! You can afford to go all out here- grand clothing, heavy jewelry and footwear that match your clothes.