Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Challenge Your Age In This Festive Season

Fashion may have forbidden rules but style, don’t have any. For style is our very quintessentially own look. I think through style we can actually echo our thoughts, our social life and our confidence. Style always has its own space. I have seen many of my friends, cousins who stopped wearing trendy outfit in their early thirties. As if it’s a social taboo or sin if they look modish and classy in their teen twins outfit. I can understand if they can no more carry their style but don’t know why they have to cope up to the age centric ethos and some boring outfit.

One of my friends whom we actually use to praise for her voguish wardrobe suddenly found to be wearing some dreary outfit. When I asked the reason, her innocent answer was that she has turned thirty. So she found herself old enough to wear western outfit. I know many who pause to wear western wear once they had a baby. It’s true that we had several changes in our body after we have a baby. But these are all impermanent if we can be a little concerned and love ourselves a bit.

Trust me thirty is just a number. So in this festive season if you are planning to hop the Puja pandals in short skirt or any other western wear then don’t hesitate to do that. Hope your child and hubby will be a little more enthused once you revisit your younger days as a pleasant surprise !!

always love to wear this Sunset orange flowy top on my white printed short pencil skirt with little fringe. The lace work on both side of the top add gracefulness to the top.

Few tips I follow before going western this festive season

Instead of fittings top just go for some flowy one.
No makeup look will go best with age and personality.
Instead of chunky jewelry pick a bangle and a statement ear ring.
Eliminate high heels and go for simple one.
Last but not the least be yourself and wear a smile.

Top : Zovi
Skirt : DIY
Bangle : Boutiqart
Wrist Watch : Zilna
Shoe : Half & Half 
Ear ring : Street Shop  

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Festive Look Book : Ready to celebrate Durga Puja

And the countdown begins. Only three days are left for Bengali's biggest festival. This festive season I made up my mind to blend ethnic with western look. I always love to stand away from the crowd that's why instead of traditional blouse I opted for my white shirt with this combo of lipstick red color and golden zari border designer sari keeping the pallu loose in front. 

I just added this simple love sign statement ear ring to complement with my outfit. Simple look for me rules.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017


As you all know that the City of Joy is shivering in festive fever as there is only few days are left before Durga Puja. This is the time when fashion exhibitions are being held every now and then in the city. Afterall this is Bengal’s biggest festival! So no lovelies would leave any stones unturned to flaunt in styles for the grand carnival ahead.

Alluring glass work from the designer of Pritisha’s Fashionista’

Being a fashion follower myself, I really get geared up for the occasion to savor the festivity being celebrated in these shoppers delight, city exhibitions. The exclusive collections of the boutiques always amaze me as I always find something unique. In my last post I shared my experience of a jewelry exhibition and here I am going to share my confrontation with some of the blooming designers, and their impressive creations in the Art & Lifestyle exhibition at Gariahat.

I must start with Kadambari boutique where my eyes got glued to the brilliantly hand painted saree, dye on Khesh, and block printing on Kerala cotton. These are all designer’s stunning creations. As you know Batik sarees are always timeless. But what made it different is that all the individual crack of the batik are painted by designer herself.

A collection from Kadambari

Hand paint batik from Kadambari

I really fell in love with Pritisha’s Fashionista’s vibrant compilation of designer motifs from all over India. This boutique actually portrayed the rich variety in design and form. I always love to enrich my wardrobe with the diverse art forms of the Indian States translated to trendy outfits . So I really got excited when I discovered the gorgeous Gujrati stitch, Rajasthani stitch, Jaipuri mirror work, Maheswari silk and many more fabricated in designer dresses.

Exclusive Lucknow chikan work from Pritisha’s Fashionista
Rong Bahar boutique actually runs an online shop. They endorse ethnic wear, accessories and home decor items. They specialized in creations from Resham silk and Bangladeshi dhakai. To complement with these ethnic wear they had crafted rich jewelry work like Afghan earrings, beaded jewelry, and terracotta work.

Collections from Rong Bahar 
can’t even ignore the exquisite creation from the designer of Sari Goyena boutique. Hand print, block print on Bishnupuri silk & kerala cotton are just alluring. 

A set made of miniature of kulo (a tool generally uses during Durga puja) beautifully created by the designer from PreyaSree's Collections
Coin Jewelry by PreyaSree's Collections

Another collection from Rong Bahar 

A wide range of collection from Pritisha’s Fashionista

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Sunday, September 3, 2017

How to get clear and radiant skin from Nature's Essence

I was 22 years old then and had just started my professional life. I still remember one of my colleagues once asked me “do you go to parlor every week to have a facial?” I was surprised to hear that and said I never went to parlor for facial. Having my answer she was almost shocked and asked me the reason of my flawless, clear skin. Being exposed to the polluted metro life it is really hard to digest the fact that girls not frequenting the parlor or not even attending household packs. However, the skin type which comes from my inheritance is also a determinant fact I might be gifted with.

At that time I really had a healthy glowing skin doing almost nothing to pamper it. But one thing I started to use from my teens as a habit was using face wash instead of soap. Face wash always save my skin from the harshness of the soap. I still have the habit of using face wash. In these so many years I have experimented several face wash. So last week I bought Gold illuminating Face Wash from Nature’s Essence and really have a good experience.


It is nicely packed in a golden color handy tube. The face wash is golden yellow in color and thick gel type with a sweet smell


  1. Glycerine
  2. Aloe Vera Juice
  3. Golden Sparkle    

It demands to nourish the skin with the pure Aloe Vera Juice with total cleansing. This face wash also avers to make the skin supple leaving it with golden radiance. It suits all type of skin.


Frankly speaking Gold illuminating Face Wash from Nature’s Essence is a good product in such an affordable price (I spend only 60/- bucks). It cleanses my skin well leaving it supple and glowing as it demands. It removes all the dirt and light make up in one wash. This face wash always gives me a fresh feel.


It leaves my skin a little dry after wash.
Okay for daily light make up but not capable to remove heavy make-up. 

(This is not a sponsored review)

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