AW 15/16 has arrived. Yes, it is that time of the year where we all need to start changing our wardrobes and adding up layers. But it is still quite hot in India. Did you all notice that this year the floral trend has not faded away as yet, and
We all have reasons to show up on that mat, but most people like myself have excuses. I hated going to a yoga class because to me it was not “invigorating” The rush when you do yoga is very “mellow” and yoga practitioners claim to be more patient and efficient
Too mainstream to put up a friendships day post on friendship day. Gone are the days where the number of friendship bands decide the fate of your friendship. Well, here I have come a long way posting this for this special one right here. I had a perfect sunday doing
The rains in Ahmedabad have drenched all of us and all we need is a good pair of shoes because “Good Shoes take you to Good Places”. Once again, we look at comfort when it comes to whatsoever we wear. We all own more than one pair of flats for
The traditional Indian just got knocked down, by Riddhi Majithia. This is my first traditional post and it’s that time of the year, where we need to start stocking up our traditional wear for Raksha Bandhan, followed by Navratri and then the wedding season, where we never have enough of
“Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature he’s destroying is this God he’s worshiping.”- Hubert Reeves In today’s world, most of us suffer from a disease called ‘technology’. Due to which, people from all age groups tend
“Don’t be into trends. Don’t make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way you live.” -Gianni Versace Harem cotton pants and loose tops! That’s a part of my personal dress code all through the year.