Shirt or Dress??.. How about both? Of Pleats and ‘Pohela Boishak’ Signing on the polka dotted line… The LBD – A classic that’s always in style!!

I have been on a total closet cleanse with the onset of summer. Therapeutic as it was, it also helped me in finding something that I’ve been looking for quite some time now. My silk shirtdress! Shirt dresses are one of those pieces everyone needs in their closet. They are a great go to when hopping to meetings or even for weekend brunch. Just throw it on and go.In the sweltering heat of the summers, we all encounter those days, when we don’t want to spend time mixing and matching outfits, and just want to throw on a dress and…

Hi there! My 9to5 style file continues today with this classic LBD as I write to you all from Cochin, the queen of the Arabian Sea. It’s such a good Good Friday today!! A few days back I talked about an LWD, so can an LBD be far behind? An LBD is a wardrobe staple for every woman, and I’m so excited that Noirde sent across this flattering babe my way. It’s simple and comfortable without compromising on the style. I love the extra flared fall which gives my legs enough room to move comfortably and ensures added ease. I was slightly…

In my years of working as a corporate professional and a wandering travel freak, I have come across many wonderful women who have inspired and taught me during these past few years, and to them, I remain forever grateful. These women remained with me long after my passport gathered dust or my stint in that company ended. I was encouraged by some of them and stimulated by others. These are what you call, Boss-women. Being a boss-woman does not necessarily mean that you’re the CEO of a company. Anyone can be a boss woman, whether you’re at work or at…

Travel is a great teacher, and wherever you go it becomes a part of you somehow. Wandering like a lonesome cloud in a land faraway where you are not accustomed to anything or anyone, elates your senses and widens your horizons. When I first started traveling a few years back, one of the first cities I visited was Bhubaneswar. What grabbed my immediate attention was the beautiful tribal arts adorning the city walls. I had never thought simple geometric patterns could look so stunning. A local had stopped by to explain that the art is called Saora. This ethnographic art…