Thursday, 28 August 2014

Early Autumn Outfit


Autumn has arrived early this season!!! Last weekend was officially the end of summer however it's been unusually cold for this time of the year. The weather was not going to stop me from going out, so all I did was to make my summer clothes appropriate for early autumn.

I paired my skort with a pair of black opaque tights and wore a layer of boyfriend blazer on top of my T-shirt to keep me warm and of course loads of coffee and warm hugs from my husband were keeping me even warmer!

These pictures were taken in Canterbury.

I wore:

Blazer: New Look
T -shirt: Warehouse
Skort: Zara
Shoes: Zara
Bag: Celine
Sunglasses: asos.com
Watch: Michael Kors
Necklace: W (India)
Photography: Dinesh Reddy












Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Day out in Mayfield lavender farms

Some of you may already know that my parents are here with me in London and we are on a mission to keep them entertained by taking them on day trips every weekend. During their previous visit to London, they visited the touristy bits of London and places around it. This time we are taking them to offbeat places like Shoreditch for the wall art, lavender fields and berry picking. I will keep you all updated about the other places we visit in near future.

Wearing this top was a conscious decision. I knew that we were going to take millions of pictures in the lavender coloured background so wore this paint print top to add contrasting colour to the pictures.

Hope you all enjoy the pics xx.

Top: Zara
Shorts: Zara
Bag: Topshop (Also seen here and here)
Shoes: New Look
Sunglasses: Rayban (Borrowed from mom)
Bangles: India
Photography: Dinesh Reddy















Friday, 8 August 2014

Shoreditch revisited!!!



I work in Shoreditch but I can't get enough of this place. Given a chance, I'll move to Shoreditch and spend my entire time looking at the wall art and people with fabulous fashion sense. We spent our last anniversary here and enjoyed our time thoroughly. Now that it's summer, sometimes Dino and I meet here after work, walk around the streets and grab some dinner at the Boxpark. 

As I knew that I was going to take some pictures around the wall art, I kept my outfit really simple. I love this shirt because of it's kimono style arms which gives an interesting twist to an everyday white shirt. I added some colour in form of the pink shoes. All and all I was pretty happy with the outcome. 

Here are few pics from our recent visit, enjoy!

Kimono shirt: asos.com
Jeans: Lee
Shoes: asos.com
Bag: Chanel
Rings: asos.com
Watch: Folli Follie
Photography: Dinesh Reddy










Monday, 4 August 2014

What to wear in Turkey?





I did my bit of a research on what to wear in Turkey before arriving there. I read mixed recommendations on what should be worn and what should be avoided. There is no doubt in the fact that Turkey is one of the liberal nations however many people suggested that it's better to dress modestly. Some people also went ahead and said "If you can wear something in New York City then you can wear it in Turkey too!"

I decided to do this post on my observation and what I wore in Turkey.  I believe in respecting the culture of a country so I too wore the clothes that would cover my body properly. Also, I kept in mind that I had a lot of walking to do from one tourist attraction to another, take the trams and navigate my way through millions of people, that's why most of my outfits consist of trousers instead of dresses. 

What would you wear in Turkey?
















Tuesday, 29 July 2014

OOTD: Satya Paul Saree





Last weekend I attended an Indian party and wore this Satya Paul saree that my mom brought for me from India. The colour and print on this saree makes it a perfect outfit for a day time summer/garden party. I have to say, I received a lot of compliments!!!

I wanted to do a photoshoot in a perfect location but as we were already running late, decided to click some pictures in the house and garden. I guess, it's also a different location from my previous posts :)

Enjoy the pics!!!







Sunday, 13 July 2014

A day in Oxford with the family!



Some of you who follow me on Twitter and Facebook,  may already know that my parents are visiting us from India. Yesterday the weather was sunny so we went to Oxford and had some good family time. 

Dinesh and myself have already been to Oxford before but it was our parents' first time. My parents are huge supporters of my Youtube channel and blog. They constantly follow it and give me some feedback from time to time. Now they have made their own 'to-visit' list and they can't wait to see London's wall art and the country side. As they have come from India, they have never experienced any sort of fruit picking fun so we are planning to take them for some Strawberry picking too!

I will keep you all updated with our shenanigans!!! Enjoy the pics!!!

I am wearing:

Top: Primark
Jeans: Lee
Necklace: H&M
Sunglasses: Prada
Shoes: Birkenstocks
Clutch: &Other stories















Monday, 16 June 2014

Hot Air Balloon Ride in Cappadocia



This is one of the actual reasons why I went to Cappadocia: To ride on a hot air balloon. Before I start telling you about my hot air balloon experience, I have to confess something about myself. I HAVE FEAR OF TAKEOFFS!!! Yes, you read it right! I have a major fear of take offs, it's so bad that actual tears roll down my eyes when we take off. Thanks to my husband, who always holds my hands and explains me that there are more chances of dying in a car crash than in a plane crash but my silly mind doesn't understand that. You don't even want to sit next to me when the plane goes through turbulence. Poor husband! Anyhow, I told you this piece of information about myself so that you know that me, who is scared of takeoffs, was extremely comfortable during the hot air balloon ride. Sounds strange right? Guess that's how I am made!

We booked our balloon ride with Turkiye balloons based on our hotel's recommendation. The balloon company picked us up at 4.15am in the morning and took us to a restaurant for breakfast buffet. I personally couldn't eat much as it was very early in the morning, however I enjoyed a strong cup of coffee.  Later they drove us to the site from where the balloons take off. Trust me, I was so excited to do this trip that I wanted to get into the balloon's basket as soon as possible. Soon we got to fly and the experience was surreal. Slight breeze touching the face along with the warm sunshine of the rising sun, nothing could be more romantic than that. What can I say about the views? They were simply amazing. 

Once we landed after the trip, we were greeted by the crew with champagne and then awarded us the certificates for completing the journey. It was so much fun! I totally totally totally recommend doing the balloon ride, especially with Turkiye balloons as they treated us all so well and made our experience into a good memory. 














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