Change of pace! Summer and I aren’t the best of friends, and the hotter it gets, the less I want to fuss around with clothes and makeup. Which is why I’m so glad to have found the ultimate T-shirt dress that I can just throw on.
It was such a beautiful day at the park, I want to let the photos speak for themselves. I’m dreaming endless, glorious summer dreams.
It’s been a month since I’ve posted an outfit, would you believe that! Spring has turned to summer in that time, and only the mornings are pleasant now.
Most of us, including me, aren’t really in the mood for silly fashion photos given the current rise of fascism in the US and most of the Western world.
I’d been admiring all the cute and elegant offerings from Joanie Clothing for the past few months, but this is the first time I tried on anything by them. I might be a little bit in love!
I’d recently talked about easing myself into wearing black again, a colour which was starkly absent in my wardrobe for close to a decade.
Even though Bangalore doesn’t really have an autumn, it’s hard not to be inspired by all the cosy sweater weather looks of the season.
The garden centre at Lal Bagh is one of my favourite places in Bangalore. While the gardens themselves are fairly bustling, the nurseries are an oasis of sorts.
It’s not often that I do a bit of print mixing but this instance was so serendipitous, I just had to.
My love of fashion began with vintage, a long time ago. It was always the small things, the tiny details.
Oh June. You’ve been bad news ever since you arrived. But yesterday evening at the park was a welcome change.
I went out the other day to take some outfit pics with the help of my tripod and camera timer. I found the experience rather daunting, but also quite character forming!