Festive Season Alert!! Were you that ‘someone’, who happened to be not prepared for festivities in the month of August? Did they just catch you unawares? Well, if in the off chance, this happened to you, I am here to stop that from ever repeating by giving you reminders
“Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.” – Coco Chanel Let’s be grateful for the natural fabrics, for without them, summers would be rather unbearable! Both, linen and cotton are luxurious, and found in abundance; Linen comes from the flax plant and Cotton, funnily enough,
‘Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman’ said Coco Chanel. With Holi just around the corner, followed by lovely, long summer months, the ‘need’ to own a range of white clothing has increased. Splashes of colour against a backdrop
It’s time to get your hands dirty and get scrubbing…Clean your home, all the nooks and corners…Oh! it is so satisfying and if you can trust others to clean as well as you do, then by all means delegate! Once your home is as lovely
These bags appear to be rather versatile! Use them as paper bin bags, or for storage, or perhaps even as a laundry bag. I think they look rather stunning. OMG Delhi appears to have some lovely stuff…from vintage looking trays and bags to eclectic looking home
Beautiful, embroidered cream cushions, scattered across your comfortable sofa, helps you to relax and entertain! A plethora of soft furnishings to choose from, have a peep at Sarita Handa’s collection. Alternatively, if you happen to be in Delhi, then pop by into one of her stores…Yummy!
I love clothes, jewellery, shoes and bags…and indeed, I love shopping too, but I am notjustashopper (Oh! I had to add this little bit here). To keep up with my love of ‘all things nice’, I continuously scout around for shops and stores, and
It’s Diwali time again! My most favourite time of the year and for all those lovely readers who go a bit over the top, re-doing their decor, I love you! Here, are my favourites for this year (for me, Diwali doesn’t have to be simply