Thursday, November 28, 2013

Master of Many Arts

A girl in a beautiful cape, that is how I used to remember Abhilasha, founder of the Indian fashion blog 'Looking Good Feeling Fab'. She is a master at wearing one piece of clothing in various fashionable ways. She makes good videos as well. She is also a master of assembling different things to create an outfit that is truly different and inspirational.  Here is a short interview with her. Do check her blog and let us know your opinion about it.  

What does your blog mean to you?
In one word it means "Opportunity" to me. Its an opportunity to learn, an opportunity to write, an opportunity to connect and so much more..

Which food wards off your blues, instantly?
Maggie when the blues need to vanish in 2mins, cold coffee in the summers and hot chocolate in the winters.

What are you most comfortable wearing?
Anything from my husbands closet..

What is your favorite colour?
Pinks and peaches and whites..yeah I know I am pretty indecisive.

One thing that you would never wear 
Never say never...but I think it would have to be anything that has the word balloon attached to it. Balloon dresses, balloon get the picture.

Which are some of your favorite blogs?
Wendys lookbook, Kature, Atlantic Pacific, I discover new ones to follow and drool over everyday, and that is so much fun.

Which fashionista or fashion icon inspires you and why?
Maharani Gayatri Devi. She was always stylish and classy while being bold with her choices in life.

One thing you would like to change about yourself?
I would like to throw away all my insecurities.

What are you going to do now?
Slip into my pajamas and have dinner.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Access All Areas

Naive, bland, unflavored, uninteresting, nonliterary, lack of texture and times I go on and on trying to find words for my writing style. Yes, I am severely dissatisfied with words that come out of the movements on my keyboard.

There is this girl I know who writes beautiful. At times I do see flaws waving hands from her writing, flaws that are so interesting that instead of making the reader angry, take him or her to a world of brilliant stories.

But right now, at this very moment I am angry at the lack of words and it fills my head with despair and hopelessness. An then I wonder what would that girl do in moments like these? Would she have moments like these in the first place?

I want to access all areas of my head and heart to find something I can be proud of. All areas that are yet untouched and untrodden, waiting to be accessed, decoded and transformed into something great.

Thanks a lot for reading about a war you had nothing to do with. Thanks a lot for visiting my blog. Dear readers, I want to do better.

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Just The Small Things

The other day I was talking to a friend about how we have stopped being the happy, eccentric, crazy us. How we have lost the big comedies of our lives to its small tragedies. And we have been doing so for really long without even realizing it at all.

It seems to be a collective phenomena. What else can explain why no one points this to us, except for the fact that over time, most of us start behaving the same? Our experiences in life seem to be some sort of an effective energy drink that works in reverse. We look calm, we behave perfect. But we act less with every passing day.

I know this has been said many times before. But happiness does lie in small things. Life is a lot about being excited about things, small, smaller, smallest. It is of utmost important to be crazy about something in life.

Sharing some pictures. Just the small things. The bougainvillea in my balcony that makes really pretty mornings. Dark chocolates to make the nights less darker! Old gifts to be cherished. A Saturday evening. Being featured in Cosmopolitan magazine.  

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Friday, November 1, 2013

Hats And Other Things

When I saw this girl ( in the first picture) wearing a hat of the perfect width, diameter, whatever it is called, I was wondering how come I never bought a hat like this for myself before? Hats make a statement by themselves. How I wish girls in India would wear more hats.

The denim jumpsuit worn by the girl in the second picture was so chic that I was left with no choice but to stop, stand, stare and click. Don't miss her neck-piece as well!

I loved the third girl's t-shirt and Juree's dress and her husband has done a commendable job to make this picture really interesting :)

Hope you guys are doing great. We are busy with Diwali celebrations in India. Looking forward to many Diwali inspired posts by fellow Indian bloggers.You guys have a great time.