It’s been a while since I’ve posted on the blog! In this brief gap, I went on an amazing one day camp with a reputed luxury hotel brand (blog post coming soon!), moved houses (finally!), took a break from instagram and shoots, caught up with my blogger friends for some quality time and now I’m finally back to work.
Shifting houses had totally thrown me off my regular work schedule. For the past one week I’ve been having a one track mind where all I can think of and do is set up the house, organise the kitchen, buy stuff for the house and try to get all the minor pending finishing work done. I’ve finally realised that setting up a place is a never ending chore, and it’s an activity that can pretty soon suck you in like quicksand. Obsessively arranging and re-arraging things, browsing storage solutions online, making multiple comparisons on what to buy for the home and wanting the place to look ‘perfect’ is a futile attempt. It’s also going to take a while, so I finally told myself that nothing can look picture perfect or up to my satisfaction in one go, and I forced myself to break away from all that and get back to a productive routine.
Which means I’m back with a lot of blog posts and instagram content. In the third look for the Indian Jewellery Pairings series, I’m using this vaddanam (waist belt) which I’ve never worn much, to add a little bling to an otherwise normal monochrome outfit. We all gush over gold accessories like belts, bracelets and earrings but rarely about traditional gold accessories. Again, the whole point of starting this series was to show that you don’t need to restrict certain types of jewellery for only certain occasions or outfits. There is no ‘type’. Only when you get rid of those preconceived fashion rules, can you try something eclectic and stand out!
Pants: Myntra | Shirt: Roadster | Shoes: Koovs.com
Photography: Meghna Chinaiah