Globus AW’15 Trend: Layering up


The best part about living in Mumbai, is that we literally have two seasons, the summer and the rains, since we hardly ever experience the winters, save for a few cold nights a few times a year, but still, a bit of layering with your summer wardrobe still works. The worst part about Mumbai, is that we hardly ever experience cold weather, so that means no cute boots or trench coats and woolen anythings. But you have to make the best of what you have right?
Due to which recycling your summer wardrobe is actually a fun part. I layer all year round and my cardigans are practically my best friends. When it comes to dressing up for winter, I like playing around with different pieces and textures and even prints. So, this winter, I got together with Globus to create 5 distinctive looks that work for winter and can be carried forward and worn in summer as well. And along with layers, I also decided to add some jazz and mix a few prints as well.

Pomegranate cocktail


I've been thinking about starting this segment for the longest time and well, here's the first of hopefully many more to come. Most of my friends know how obsessed I am with cocktails. Whether it's a party or event, I'm always at the bar, getting my drink, and it's usually always a cosmo. A lot of my friends also know that while I can make a mean cosmo myself, the expert in my family is my dad, who used to be a bartender and bar manager on a cruise ship, so I've always had him making me drinks from scratch at home. So he's going to be a part of this series and we'll be making all kinds of fancy cocktails (and sometimes mocktails as well). 

Solitude is Bliss


                                                                                          Nothing else matters, I don't care what I miss

                                                                                                   Company's okay, solitude is bliss

                                                                                       There's a party in my head and no one is invited

Sometimes I really just like to put on a nice dress and go grocery shopping with my little cane bag. Without any make-up. And maybe just a minimal amount of accessories. But yes, I really was going grocery shopping here. Of course, the store I was going to was a couple of miles and a bus ride away from where I was staying. And I was staying on a hill top in a wonderful little bed and breakfast in Italy, Trebiano, to be precise, which is a tiny little village that my landlady called the "cat village". Of course, the quaint little place lived up to it's name and there was a cat in every corner. I have never gotten so excited in my life, ever, spotting cats around!