fashion · personal · Rambling

A Life Lived Through Textures And Colors

People remember their world in different ways. I remember mine through textures and colors. I remember the chocolate brown velvet dress that my father brought for me, on one of those days he took me to work. Although the edges have frayed and the biscuit brown lace on its bodice is falling off, I keep…… Continue reading A Life Lived Through Textures And Colors

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Planning To Plan? 12 Great Indian Stationery Shops To Find Perfect Planners

There is something immensely satisfying about seeing the fresh pages of a new notebook and the idea of jotting down your daily tasks in a well designed, good quality planner. While Erin Condren and Happy Planner reigns supreme in the planner world, they do cost a bomb and it is a hassle to get them…… Continue reading Planning To Plan? 12 Great Indian Stationery Shops To Find Perfect Planners

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Here’s To A Few Lifestyle Trends Best Left in 2017

I follow a lot of makeup artists, designers and fashion bloggers and such and as a social media addict who switches between instagram, facebook, pinterest and bloglovin to check out content, I start to notice patterns and the following are some lifestyle things that I am truly tired of seeing and hopes isn’t going to…… Continue reading Here’s To A Few Lifestyle Trends Best Left in 2017

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Style Recon featuring Teresa Boban – Fashion Communicator and Curvy Fashionista

What are two things that you always wanted to do but haven’t till now? For me, that is to start dressing the way I want to dress for my body, no matter what anyone says and also to get a degree in Fashion. Well, the next person in Style Recon is Teresa Boban, who has…… Continue reading Style Recon featuring Teresa Boban – Fashion Communicator and Curvy Fashionista

food · Food and Drinks · personal · Uncategorized

On Coming Home: A Food Memoir Of A Hostelite

As we sat down to dig in (not so enthusiastically) in to our lunch of white rice and watered down sambhar or maybe tomato rice as a treat, we started our daily ritual of all that we wished were in front of us, instead of what was.  The ritual was repeated as if it could…… Continue reading On Coming Home: A Food Memoir Of A Hostelite

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Style Recon Ft. Atheena Wilson Art &Design History Student and Blogger Extraordinaire

Atheena Wilson is the spinner of words and a maven of prints and colors. I learnt the basics of fashion writing while being mentored by her and I couldn’t have asked for anyone better. With many-a- art and culture references that often go over my head, conversations with this woman is an engaging affair. As…… Continue reading Style Recon Ft. Atheena Wilson Art &Design History Student and Blogger Extraordinaire

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On Taking A Gap Year

You are in the final stages of your college days and every day you move closer to the rest of your life. Every time you are left to your own devices you wonder how things are going to pan out. You have the option of doing your masters or to work, travel or volunteer or…… Continue reading On Taking A Gap Year