Saturday, 30 April 2011

The ZARA way.

Since this is no talk-of-the-town blog (as yet), I just want to give a big shoutout to all the smartasses  kind enough to read this. I'm not a 'lady' per se, but we all try right. And, especially, since this is my first, I shall be excused. 
Also, I used to think mentioning the prices of the stuff you're showing off via your blog is totally underrated and should be be done away with like asap, but I realise now, that some people are genuinely interested in buying similar stuff and this may just help them, after all we're only like-minded people sharing some thought space together. Also, that this whole fashion blogging is not just a show off playground it may have seemed through a distance. 
So, I'd let the meaning remain as candid and simple as it is, I'm here to be inspired and of what I can, to inspire people to just remember that there's a reason why the first rain is so special and the sun so subliminal at dawn, both in their most unadulterated forms. And, that blindsiding yourself into following the mainstream is not cool 'cuz Fashion & Style can never be fed into someone, they come from within, so listen close and follow, You!

And, yes this is unnecessary absolute, total waste of space (read the bajillion photos), but ah well who's counting.


The camera sucks, I know, charity anyone?

I see youu

Pants; ZARA Woman; Indian Rupee ₹ 3590
Shirt; ZARA Woman; Indian Rupee ₹ 1990
Belt; ZARA
Ear-rings; Ambience Mall; VK

Raffia Ballerina Flats; ZARA TRF;  Indian Rupee ₹ 2190

These pants can JLo anyyyonee. LOVE LOVE them.

I was going to change, but decided on a last few freakshow shots XD


Thursday, 28 April 2011


I live in an era of the 'not-so-fun', ofcourse only vicariously. Yet, how I wish the 1800's were revived. The particular time and age not only illustrated and put into perspective, what we stereotype as 'Fashion' today, the art then dripped out of every little turn around a block. It cried off of little wretched souls and the holy facades of all things natural.
Often synonymously known to be the Neo-Classicism/Romanticism/Impressionism Era, it feels like losing your soul to the surrealism that apparently breathed its first few only in the 1920's. Nonetheless, the power with which the 19th Century casts its spell on some, is one that will only either overplay or undermine its significance, so it's left for each to experience and instill as its own.

Today, I can only wish, 'cuz tomorrow what will be is still only a mystery..

"Some things are hard to write about. After something happens to you, you go to write it down, and either you over dramatize it, or underplay it, exaggerate the wrong parts or ignore the important ones. At any rate, you never write it quite the way you want to."
— Sylvia Plath

PS. With my very first post here, let my employ the 'herd' to give up, giving in! Follow you! Cuz' I swear to God, if I see one more cheap-run-of-the-mill-imitation of my aboriginal-anything-&-everything, somebody's gonna get hurt.(And NOT Russell Peters style, not this time! ;[ )

PPS. Keep posted to time-travel, only 'cuz there's a little story perpetuating in all of us.

Until then, hog on these and dreaaam.


Henri René Albert Guy de Maupassant (5 August 1850 – 6 July 1893)
French Writer; one of the form's finest exponents.

                                                The Era of Art and Impressionism.

           Napoleon Bonaparte, in all his glory. (15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821)

A screenshot of Diary of Caroline Cowles Richards (1842 - 1913);

Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth (February 12, 1884 – February 20, 1980); oldest child of Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States of America. She was the only child of Roosevelt and his first wife, Alice Hathaway Lee.