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NO MORE MUNDANE MONDAYS

NO MORE MUNDANE MONDAYS

Making clothes is an art and wearing them is an art too. Some people wear clothes just to cover their bodies, some to make themselves look good and some to express themselves. While none of these are by any means wrong reasons to buy/shop clothes, I am particularly interested in the last part - clothes are an expression. Your clothes, your style is certainly an expression of who you are and how you feel. Dressing should not just be considered a daily chore but rather an activity that makes you feel good about yourself, that boosts your confidence. Relate it to a workout, when you workout, you're feel fit and that makes you feel good about yourself, right? Now, that's exactly what clothes do too. They have the power to make you feel good and motivate you, so why make it a mundane? 

Make your wardrobe exercise more interesting, spend 5 minutes everyday to decide on what outfit you want to wear. Put in some effort, bring out a change in your routine and wear clothes that make you feel good everyday. Even when you shop, look for clothes that help you express your personality and your individuality. It's amazing how clothes can speak for a person, I immediately fell in love with this butterfly dress the minute I saw it. It has flowers, butterflies and all the spring bloom colors that can help you relax and transport you into a field full of flowers and butterflies.  Well, like I said earlier, fashion is an art and I treat clothes the same way I treat paintings. Whenever I see either, I try to analyze the story behind it and I'm in love with the happy story this butterfly dress is conveying, are you?

Dress: Pankaj & Nidhi from Anthropologie (Buy same here) ; Shoes: Zara (Buy similar here and here

IT'S A WRAP!

IT'S A WRAP!

TULLE TALE

TULLE TALE