Across India, VLCC is one of the oldest (founded in 1989) and most trusted chain of beauty and wellness organizations that offers professional medical advice, aided by medically approved technology.
The first post of 2017, so here’s wishing you all a very happy New Year! No better way to begin the year than with a
Well, my blog this week is yet another collaboration with The Hoozinc Store! The last time I walked in there, I picked up so many cute things that I don’t need but don’t have the heart to let go of either. So I am blogging about some of them. That’s one of the perks of being a blogger. When you catch yourself spending money like Kim Kardarshian, you can always make it seem like an investment you’re making for the blog!
But I know of one place that is perfect to spend all your money – The Hoozinc Store, which is a pop-culture studio that has a bunch of fun stuff. From licensed cartoon/comic products to their own line of innovative and quirky items, it’s not only a great stop for personal shopping but also for uber-cool gifts.
I’ve worked in the corporate world for a bit only to realize that a 9 to 5 job is not for me. Though working there brought a
Disclaimer: Today’s blog is a slightly longer read than the previous ones. If your life is as fun as mine, you’ll probably be out, dancing
‘The Secret Label’, though fairly new, is a well-curated website with an impressive range of designer wear. What I like about them is that they house the likes of Rimzim Dadu, Archana Rao, Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna but at the same time, they also have an assortment of upcoming talent that deserves attention.
This year, I went to the Lakmé Fashion Week as their official blogger. Here’s a look book of what I wore on all the 5 days. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably seen them but I’ve written the details and links to some of the outfits so you can buy them too!
As I started getting older, I realised that the men abroad somehow seem to appear much more attractive than the men in my own country (no offence boys). So I started packing a lot more- 2 pairs of clothes for each day, matching footwear, hell loads of make-up and all kinds of hair tools. Today when I look back at the holiday photos, I feel like what was the point of putting in that much effort? I still looked like a homeless immigrant.
Indian clothes are graceful; They make an elegant attire, for women and men. It’s just me. I feel very old in them and I’m forced to behave myself which is a sacrifice I’m not willing to make! Come festive season though, I’m all for competing with the bride and giving Sabyasachi models a run for their money. Just joking.