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Welcome to One time Fashionista! I'm Tanusree. Doing one thing bores me. Currently, I'm a Doctoral Researcher at University of Leeds, UK. I'm multi-lingual, Shah Rukh Khan maniac, an avid traveller and I care to cook. I am a free thinker, secular humanist and ''not'' a Bra-burning feminist. I have huge passion for fashion.On this platform lets talk about fashion, style, clothes and accessories and also some items from my wardrobe will be for sale from time to time in giveaway prices.

Packing Picks for Hong Kong & Mainland China

Plans may become useless or subject to change, but planning is an essential activity you have to undertake. Even more so when all your bags are packed and you’re ready to go to a new country far away from your home base. Planning in advance on what you will wear in the new country really helps alleviate the overthinking of what to wear in the mornings and thus makes everything much more relaxing. In this post, I am going to share yet another set of packing picks with you because we are all set to fly off to far east i.e. Hong Kong & China for 3 weeks of major discovery.

Packing Picks for HongKong & Mainland China
Packing Picks for HongKong & Mainland China

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Bengali New Year’s Look: Tanusree Wearing Tanusree

As the pages of the Bengali calendar flips over to 1424 ushering into yet another new year, it is that time to bring out the newness in you and all things around you.

Pohela Boishakh Look: Tanusree Wearing Tanusree
Pohela Boishakh Look: Tanusree Wearing Tanusree

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Pohela Boishakh Menu Planning: Seven Course Bengali Feastival

It has been proven that Pohela Boishakh – the Bengali New Year – happens to be the largest and the most widely celebrated festival celebrated by Bangla speaking people all over the world. Overcoming the boundaries of faith, Bengalis from India, Bangladesh and all around the world, celebrate the advent of the new Bengali year with frenzy and fervour.

Pohela Boishakh Menu Planning: Seven Course Bengali Feastival
Pohela Boishakh Menu Planning: Seven Course Bengali Feastival

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Raw Mango Chutney:Flavourful, Sweet & Sour Encounter

Not that you have to live in Putney and cut knee to make some chutney out of some green mangoes. This mouth-watering ‘aamer chutney’ or ‘Mango chutney’ – a savoury side-kick making special appearances in Bengali dining can be made very easily as long as you can get hold of some green (unripe) mangoes from Indian shops (Bengali, Srilankan shops may also sell these). The speciality of this mango chutney is that ‘man….this goes’ with just so many Bengali food dishes.

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Lal-Shak Shake Up: Bengali Red Spinach Specialty

It is time again to shake things up with some Shak-it-baby! The group of leafy vegetables which features so prominently in typical Bengali culinary heritage that one really can not stay away from them for too long. Not long ago, I shared with you the story of Pui Shak and how with some prawns and pumpkins, this super veg could turn things around in your kitchen. In this episode, we switch focus on another shaking member of the same family and that is the ubiquitous lal-shak or red spinach, also called as red amaranth.

Lal-Shak Shake Up: Bengali Red Spinach Specialty
Lal-Shak Shake Up: Bengali Red Spinach Specialty

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Chasing the primary colours of Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill is a prime location to watch the London city skyline. We decided to make the most of the day light saving this weekend when the clocks were forwarded by an hour to allow for some more sunshine, atleast according to our clocks. So we thought to discover the primary elements of nature in London by exploring this famous and popular North London neighbourhood.

Chasing the primary colours of Primrose Hill
Chasing the primary colours of Primrose Hill

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