I know it’s overwhelming to spend hours on the internet or your mobile phone, searching for the perfect item and battling FOMO because online shopping has way too many options more than the human brain can handle. So here’s a round up of the best readymade handloom, handcrafted and sustainable blouses I came across while shopping for myself right now, check it out!
This front slit beauty from a brand called Molcha – it has quite many print options to … Read Full
This look is inspired by a resplendent portrait of Maharani of Cooch Behar, Indira Devi – mother to Gayatri Devi. A passionate, fierce and unstoppable woman, with an immensely interesting life story narrated later in this post. AIn her portrait we find a glimmering tissue blouse, three tiered pearls and a sheer saree creating a classically royal look which was quite the favorite among the globe-trotting Maharanis of Cooch Behar. Bare face, dark lips and natural beauty are a quintessential … Read Full
Basking in mango sunshine and deep blue handloom bliss today for a collaboration with the lovely @chenetha.andhraweaves – her instagram shop is a MUST SEE for beautiful handloom sarees mostly locally sourced southern textiles, and especially for the vividly hued kadapa cottons which are sold at surprisingly affordable rates (it will make you lose control, it definitely did that to me).
playing with this gorgeous and so aptly named “jharna” saree today, when I first touched it I wondered if … Read Full
Is this the best diwali ever?
It took me a long, long time and plenty of devotion to reach an organic, unsponsored, loving and positive, authentic, content driven 1k on Instagram
and I’m going to be extra af to celebrate this milestone because the journey to have an impact has impacted my life in a huge way!
Thank you, to all wonderful souls that paused to appreciate what I do
For every “You rock the saree” that replaced “Omg why … Read Full
As I constantly reach out to try fashion & beauty brands that veer towards sustainability, cruelty free and environmentally friendly production, I realized I had never tried the quintessentially all-Indian luxury ayurveda range from Forest Essentials as yet. After hearing good reviews (and absolute fangirling) from my friends about them, I went on to discover how their products are made with 100% natural ingredients (and they totally mean that, even the powders are starch based, not talc, I kid you
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The number one reason I still don’t own a pair of white sneakers is how muddy our city is and how fast it takes (one local train ride, maybe) to take that sparkling pristine to drab dullness.
However, I love this look on everyone brave enough to carry it off and the recent initiative by Péro to upcycle Adidas Originals into unique, chic customized styles has me crushing on the many levels of sustainable love this is!
Upcycling simply means
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I own and have accumulated probably as many as thirty pairs of jeans, being that annoying girl that eats a lot but never gets fat, still wearing the same waist size from high school. And I also own as many mass fashion Forever 21, Zara, or H&M denims as any of you. Then, doesn’t that make me a hypocrite for all the talk of being sustainable, turning to handlooms and handcrafted, and so on?
Lets face it, not all of … Read Full
Upcycled fashion is a chic, easy and significant step towards reducing the humongous tonnes of waste generated by the fashion industry every year. This series of posts titled “The Jean Project” captures different DIY projects to revamp denims and up their style quotient, saving a trip to the mall for yet another pair!
Experimenting with ripped denims this week, I mend the done-to-death gaping holes in my jeans with a fun spin on an ancient Japanese embroidery technique called Sashiko… Read Full
Stumbling upon a quaint little handicraft shop on the streets of Bhuj outside the resort, my friends and I had the fortune of witnessing a beautiful array of handcrafted embroidery samples spanning years of work – all belonging to an immensely talented and generous lady, Hira Baa.
Offering a glimpse of her personal samples and sharing folklore of the numerous tribes that practice embroidery in Kutch, Hira Baa described how each tribal community in Kutch retains their unique identity and … Read Full