Sep 12, 2016


Hey peeps! 

It’s been really long since I wrote. I have been procrastinating for a long, long time due to various stupid reasons. One of them being that I wanted to look slimmer in my pictures but then I gathered courage and decided that size doesn’t matter to look fabulous.

So what if you have gained a few extra pounds; and are a little chubbier than you were? Isn’t it a cute thing? Don’t we all remember the nursery rhyme Chubby cheeks, dimple chin; rosy lips, teeth within.  Also it’s sexy to be curvy; not everyone has a perfect butt like Kim Kardashian or a perfect hourglass figure. So that’s when I decided to be happy with how I look and be awesome as always. Oh! Sumedha Misra thanks a ton for sprinkling the fairy dust over me! 

Always wondered how to style for a date night yet wanted to be casual? I am sure all you ladies out there don’t want to wear the same old LBD or feared the perfect body con dress; fear not.  You can always vouch on a maxi skirt and a simple boxy knit top, which is a no brainer. It is effortless to style as well.  Some of the things you can wear with your maxi dress for that casual date nights are:

1.     A plain white t-shirt or a tank top
2.     A crop top
3.     Throw on a cardigan or a blazer on top of a cardigan
4.     Cold shoulder tops are all over the place! (Must try)
5.     A high neck sweater top tucked in your skirt


Split Maxi Skirt – Koovs INR 650
Boxy Top - Bombay Paisley INR 300
Chunky Black Heels – Tibet Mall INR 1200
Leather Sling Bag - Commercial Street INR 700
Charms Bracelet - Colaba Causeway INR 150

Photography - Sumedha Misra | Editorial - Deepak Kumar 

Jul 20, 2016


I know, I know it’s been really long since I wrote last. Thanks to the corporate world – I went doing serious stuff i.e., going to office, sitting in front of the laptop, not for watching movies but to work. Gone are the days of my freedom where I invariably used to wake up at 3 am just to paint or doodle something. Then my morning nap would start as soon as I knew my parents were awake :P and would continue until the sun’s straight on my head.

My mom would think I didn’t sleep all night and she would call me asking if I ate anything at all. She would have cooked something tasty that I would eventually forget eating and would go so hungry by 7pm that I would end up eating all 3 meals of the day at once. This was my daily routine until the day I became a part of the corporate world and the golden era of my life ended.

But within a couple of weeks I was sent for my first official trip to Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai to source fabrics. I was insanely excited about it…why wouldn’t anyone be for a free trip?  Though it’s not all about roaming around the city, the sacred scent of each city was so damn different. I would fail to explain the warm welcome that I got everywhere I went.

For people who know me I am a super duper crazy shopaholic.
So selecting or buying anything equals to shopping be it then furniture or plastic or fabric. I felt privileged to go fabric shopping! A young designer, almost a fresher doesn’t always get a chance to do this!  This was the most wonderful experience especially when I had to use my gut and intuition with my little or less knowledge. I just chose the things, which looked pretty to me!

It was the streets Gandhinagar Market in Delhi that made me go gaga over gates! Never expected something so unique in a normal market! Gates and gates everywhere, I mean each and every entrance to the buildings was uncommon. None of the metal work patterns repeated even once. Though my feet were swollen and aching due to roaming around in the streets, pretty gates were what kept me going.

As soon as I used to get out of a complex I would eagerly wait for the next turning and a new set of gates. All the tiredness vanished! I went on a snapchat craze during that time. How I wish I had just taken some beautiful pictures instead of snapchatting. Nevertheless, I do have some admirable clicks that I treasure the most. Scroll through for more.

And That's all Folks .........!

Apr 28, 2016


Hellooooo peeps!

Today is a beautiful day and guess what? I have a new piece of jewellery added to my massive collection. I don’t think I need to tell you about the online shopping portal Limeroad; which has a super cool feature called ‘make a scrapbook’, where you can go and put your entire outfit together. You can put that dress you like with a pair of stilettos and then add matching accessories and voila you can see the perfect look before you buy anything. 

I received a dainty Brass Bracelet from Limeroad. I went head over heels with the beautiful teal blue cardboard packaging. I don’t need to find my mom’s old bangle box to keep this delicate piece. 

The jewelbox gold plated embellished brass bracelet is almost similar to the jewellery by designer Suhani Pittie. This graceful bracelet can add charm and make look much richer any dark hued ethnic top or kurta, maybe LBD too. This elegant Limeroad bracelet is ornamented with berry hued triangular faux stones, styled with small circles that can make any simple outfit look more fashionable.

Limeroad is a very user-friendly shopping site where you have a variety of categories like Indian-wear, western-wear, accessories, bags, footwear, home décor, kitchen and designer brands too. Apart from these, they have a very cool feature called Style Council where you can shop by featured looks.

Overall my experience with Limeroad was awesome! And I think all of you should go check out the amazing stuff here.

Happy shopping!