The one fashion trend that has grown over me with time has to be florals. I come from a time where I lived most of my young years as a tomboy and loved pants over skirts, always.As is, I loathed florals.
I am back with some fun DIY videos. Well, you should tell me whether they’re fun or not actually!
This time I revamped three basic beanies into something more badass. Do check out and tell me what you think!
It snowed in my hometown (Nainital) last night and I am so bummed to have missed it for 5 years in a row now. Ugh.
So to put myself in a better mood and to come to terms with the realisation that I haven’t posted a story in the last week, I decided to share one.
Don’t we girls just love the long, big, warm sweaters which we either steal from our brothers/boyfriends or just buy them that way, because only god knows how good it feels. I bought this green one while I was home for Diwali and I really don’t seem to get enough. I have worn it multiple times already and I think we can all relate.
So, as is quite obvious, I decided to show you how you could style those big, comfortable, jumpers in three different ways!
The title needs no explanation, does it? As much as I can remember, I have always hated how colourless winters become, thanks to people choosing to wear only shades of black during the season. I mean what is that? I only did that when I was going through my infamous emo phase. But no, what is that really?
I have two reasons to still exploit my summer clothes for winter:
- I am cheap af.
- I like them colours.
I have lived in the hills all my life. As kids we would go and collect firewood, for fun. Spending a day in the jungle was an adventure. The sweet parents had no idea about it and the constant fear of leopards and tigers who we had heard about in stories would make us crawl at every unfamiliar sound. The wild flowers and the large trees that gave no sight of the sky, was all a charm. The dogs would be your jungle companions and monkeys would scare you to death. Some times when I think of it, life in the hills is indeed one of the best.
How are you today? My day has been great so far. All I have done is wake up late and stay in bed with food and movies. They give us gaps between exams expecting us to study, this is what we actually do. But anyways, the best part of the day is here. The blog. Thanks to my exams the schedule has gotten a little shaken up but I make sure to post twice a week. 😀
Having lived all my life on a hill station, I don’t adore winters as much as others do. I am more into summers, with two pieces of clothing on and you’re good to go. Of course summers are harsh in multiple ways but they are fun. Winters can be fun too. I hate to layer so many clothes and your bags become heavier when you travel but that’s where the creativity comes in. Winters are great to experiment with your style. There are so many options to try from and I promise you that I will keep my ‘less love’ for winter aside and bring you some of the greatest winter trends and styles.
Hello everyone and hello to one of my favorite months of the year December!
The year has come to an end and I can’t be thankful enough for such an amazing one! It was a wonderful year for me, a lot of good things happened. I hope it did for you too and I am more than excited for the upcoming year.
Also, I am so happy about this post already as I shot this one in my hometown, the place I love the most in the world, Nainital. After all this time of blogging, I was waiting for this one day when I would shoot there and finally it is here!