Girl Guide: Wearing a Saree and inside scoop on Pujo

Street Style Delhi: Indian Street Fashion
Art+Culture: Festive

My only affiliation with the Bengali side of India is a friend who made me hate fish curry a little less. But that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been a silent admirer of the ways and particularly of the Pujo time. When I threw this idea on the table (not figuratively) of doing a story around it, Aalok retorted with his usual cross questioning – do you think you know enough? did you research? don’t culturally appropriate?- “K, cool.”

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Hashtag No Filter/ Style Study: Kadambari

“I am all about casual and convenience with a side of preppy.  I want my style to be unique and have a personality.  I’d wear a cheetah print t-shirt with blue jeans and cat eyes and flats; the ambition is to look in the mirror and say – Hey I look cool today.” Kadambari states playfully when asked about her personal style.

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Custom made Jeans in Delhi: An experience

Let’s not beat around the bush and put it right at the start – Aalok and I don’t believe that Denim is a trend. Sure, Denim has come a long way from being considered a muted classic to quite an earful drama queen. The Cool Girl/Boy Staple has stepped out of its comfort zone and comes in various shapes and forms – from frayed and flared to embellished and color blocked.

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