Hope you all are happily working through the short week, just one more day people, lets do this! For people who are wondering what i am talking about, this thursday is thanksgiving here, ergo a long weekend. Long weekends are almost common in India with so many holidays and festivals to celebrate(love 'em, miss 'em), but its hard to come by on this side of the world. So lets make hay while the sun shines and start having a great holiday weekend already. Happy thanksgiving to all who are celebrating. Happy feasting as well!
I have said goodbye to birchbox and cancelled my subscription. I may subscribe again some time in the future, but for now i am done with samples. I am ready to indulge in some well reviewed full size products. So one more review(november) and we will be done with this series(time to start a new one? Thinking hat's on!). Lets get this started.
Trying new things is fun, and i am always up for some fun. Tee loves that i am ready to join in on his spontaneity, and its vice versa i must say. But most times i like to stick to my routine, love to be in my comfort zone, and regarding clothes i tend to repeat comfortable outfits often. Today's post is one such basic, in my comfort zone outfit, that i have been repeating this fall.
Fall/Autumn is my favorite season for so many reasons, and one of the reasons is taking out my fur collared vest for a spin around the city. I feel snuggled with that cozy fur around my neck. I love the tan color, and leather(again faux) texture of this vest. To complete the look i opted for a taupe tee, black skinny jeans and my beloved (we may or may not have a relationship) ankle boots.
Imagine there is a twig of fresh mint leaves in the center as garnish ;)
If you are from India, or if you love Indian food, then you would, by default, know about the one dish everyone loves, Biryani. I don't think any Indian could and would live without eating biryani, vegetarian or non-vegetarian doesn't matter. There are many varieties, lamb biryani, chicken biryani, egg biryani, and for those who want the flavor but not the meat go for mushroom or an all vegetable biryani. But no matter which kind, there is always a bowl of Raita beside a biryani. The taste of eating those masala soaked rice with that flavored yogurt is ineffable, true story of over a billion people!
Hope everyone had a fun halloween weekend. Daylight savings ended this sunday, hope all of you are adjusting well to the change. Today we are opening my september birchbox, I know its super late. October box will be up sooner, i promise.