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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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Diwali Look: Lighting Up The Autumn Leaves

Did you notice that the Festival of Lights actually lights up even the nature by turning the green leaves into fiery reds and youthful yellows before they shed the colours and fall to prepare for a winter refresh followed by a spring reincarnation?

Diwali Look: Lighting Up The Autumn Leaves
Diwali Look: Wearing Ridhi Mehra Anarkali, LovetoBag Clutch, Dune London Shoes and Kanika Jewellers Earrings and Rings

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SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Samanjri’s Raw Silk

Art, Motifs, Interior Décor, and Fashion have all evolved, harmonised and arrived at a level of exquisite globalization – under the big umbrella of Lifestyle. The extension of art to clothing and accessories, translates into inspiring designs.

SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Samanjri's Raw Silk
SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Samanjri’s Raw Silk

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A Chiffon Maxi Dress With A Character

My fashionistas, I’m hoping you all had a good weekend! In the UK, we’re having a long-weekend for bank holiday, so I’m happily blogging in the wee hours:) I regret for not blogging very often in the past 2 weeks, those of you are with me on Facebook and Instagram, know that, I had been to Croatia to attend my bestie’s wedding coupled with a quick tour around the breathtaking countrysides. After spending couple of days in Dubrovnik (will share the experience in the following posts), my beautographer and I had driven about 800 km covering 2 countries and 6 towns- all in a day. When you think of the long-drive through the heart Croatia, we’re guessing summer-y images of cobalt blue water of Adriatic sea in one side, honey-mocha colored mountain on the other surrounded by lush green fill your head. Here’s a little secret, though: Croatia’s lil touristy towns is just as modern and lovely—if not lovelier—bathed in old town’s soft light. I’ve composed these pictures as the drive starts from the top tip of Croatia- Dubrovnik, through a small pocket of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to Split and Trogir- the port-dotted towns of Croatia, stroll through roman ruins and of course, gaze at the beautiful houses and churches with neatly overlapping red and orange tiled roofs, an extra layer of professionally-applied make-up on this model Dalmatian region.  Continue reading A Chiffon Maxi Dress With A Character