Starting my post with an apology. I know I have been away from my blog for quite some time now and also from my social media, not out of choice but for something unexpected that happened. Life is unpredictable, you never know what’s coming your way. A lot had been happening since a month or two but then I couldn’t let my hard work and all your love to go on a waste.
Since this is my last post on college look let me just tell you why I chose this title for my college post. Any guesses?
Okay! The life of the mind as the title says we have always wanted to live a life that we have thought of, from school to college a lot of things change. Sitting with our group we all have discussed and fantasized about the life we want as a teenager. And as a fresher there is always excitement among girls entering into college in the best way they can. I have been there, and I know what it feels like. Being in the last year of my graduation I can count in what I have actually gained and lost in the past two years. So I wanted to share few things with you all that will be helpful for you to get through this phase with your smile emoticon.
1. Always choose comfort over style.
2. Do tag along a watch because you can’t always pull out your phones amidst the boring lectures if and when you attend.
3. Wearing heels and climbing up to sixth floor can be tiring. Choose flip flops, ballerinas and shoes over heels.
4. Carry a medium sized bag so you have a hands-free travel.
5. Focus on your life and career goals, always.
6. Keep your own life, happiness, and career above everyone and everything.
Coming to the look, I keep adding various flavours to myself as I firmly believe that variety is the spice of life and no matter how many western outfits we own and wear, there is nothing more comfortable and elegant as an ethnic outfit. The most endearing quality of an Indian woman would perhaps be the range of apparels that she adorns. So for my third look I chose a simple kurta and leggings (the most comfortable piece that I have in my wardrobe) and completed the look with a statement earrings and some bangles. I have kept the look as simple as I could. But there’s always a room for experimenting your outfit as ethnic comes in vibrant colour, patterns and designs. The kurtas, casual or chic, paired with churidar, pants, patiala, leggings, salwar or jeans are as hot and happening as it gets. Make sure you have a diverse collection of kurtas based on fabric and style.
I hope this blog helped you solve all your problems. (If you happen to miss out on my last two blogs on college look you can read them : here and here.) And if there’s still something on your mind do let me know, I’ll surely help you with that. Don’t forget to write your thoughts and suggestions below in comments section. All the best beautiful and do enjoy your college days.
Kurta : FBB – India’s fashion hub
Bag and mojris : New Market (Kolkata)
Earrings : amazon