Being Choo-sy

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It is a great feeling to have something that is coveted by many. I’d been yearning to pull off a pair of Choo’s ever since I could remember laying my eyes on the shoes for the first time -  longingly looking at the beautiful pairs that reminds you everyday that if you want, you could be ...

Wanderess

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A post that shows all my passion combined. That’s exactly how I would describe this post. Content creation is the best thing that I have ever chosen to do in my life. It gives me such immense pleasure working on a post content, while also leaving me with goosebumps everytime I publish a post, to check how everyone would react to my post – which I also call a presentation of my work.

Denimize The World Version 2.0

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What do we look for in a Good Denim?

Almost sounds like a SEO query but believe me this post has nothing of that kind that will bring my blogpost to the top of the search results. However it does give certain insights on what I look for in a good denim.

  1. Good fit.
  2. Comfort.

You may have noticed how long I’ve been wearing the ONLY denims and I’m so proud to present to you my version of Denimize the World ( Version 2.0) that I named myself, because this post marks the second year that I’m able to project my styling on Denim on Denim through my posts, featuring ONLY India.

Power House

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In this space and time, I have come to the conclusion that wearing a hoodie or a top that reads Girl Power isn’t enough to lead people to believe that you have actually achieved something. Slogan tops are something that anyone can wear but to truly project your growth and development along the years, your dressing plays a mandatory role.
I will never attend a work related event in a slogan top that reads Girl power or something similar (you get the gist). For I want to dress according to how much I feel I have grown. And its not only me that feels like that. I’ve seen men start businesses from the scratch and later have an Armani suit hanging on their wardrobe that apparently makes them proud of their achievement so why can’t a woman do the same?