Never in my entire dating life have I ever celebrated an anniversary of any sort due to a sever dislike for cheesiness. But when it comes to this blog, I can’t help but bring on the cheese fest. Happy 2 months to us!!! We are 2 months old today and 80 followers up. Also people from over 62 countries/ territories as per Google analytics have checked us out. I think its brilliant and way way way more than I had expected. Sending all you guys big bear hugs and sloppy kisses!! Thank you soooo much.
Another cool announcement. A fantastic guest photographer Mariam Mamaji has shot my post for today. Mariam is the reason I know Shraddha. Basically, Mariam is one of my BFF’s and Shraddha is one of Mariam’s BFFs. Hence by the theory of relativity, Shraddha is now one of my BFF’s. So while Mariam is in town for a couple of weeks, S and I totally decided to exploit our friendship and have her shoot for the blog.
Mariam is a pretty darn well known fashion photographer from Mumbai who has already had her works on massive billboards in prime Mumbai locations and a lot of editorial works for some of the most famous fashion magazines like L’Official, Verve, Seventeen and Hello. She has also worked on add campaigns for L’Oreal, Maybelline and Pantaloon. So you see, we have the crème de la crème.
Bag: Malaga ; Tunic: Zara ; Lace Unitard: AA ; Necklace: Club Monaco ; Shoes: Nine West [from a million years ago]; Leopard Ring: Some random shop in NYC.
Celebrating the onset of spring, with brilliant temperatures finally in NYC, I couldn’t resist bringing out my whites!! First day without jackets. It felt soooo goooooood. I wear white way too much during the summer and just generally in life. I love this comfy white tunic with my lace unitard. It forms a cool background of my most priced possession so far, my MALAGA bag by designer Malini Aggarwal. Last time I visited India I decided not to spend on nonsense shopping like I usually do. Just invest in a few good things. I spent all my money on 3 designer pieces, one of which was this purse. I love the Mughal era reference it has with the painting in the middle surrounded by diamonds and antique gold zardozi threadwork. You have to really see this bag in person to realize the brilliance of the embroidery and finish on it. And it is totally blinged out but in a very artful way. I love love love it and this is something I shall pass on to my nieces in my will.