Not so long go i had a chance to work with an amazing brand called “Freeleaf” known for its handcrafted knotted products with a mission to help & empower human trafficking survivors and at-risk individuals by providing them with holistic-care and employment opportunities through their products. It was the very first time i had worked with such a brand which in return also helped me realize why is it important to use my voice for something that needs to be heard by the entire world. It’s quite interesting and disappointing at the same time that almost all of us wish for the same things in life be it independence, freedom of speech, a respectful & dignified life and fair…

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Pink Maxi cotton dress from Homegrown Sustainable brand  : KharaKapas Happy Happy  Black Maxi Dress: Forever 21 (Old) Hand painted One-of-a-kind Denim Jacket : Live Wyld   Staying at home and talking about conscious lifestyle habits can be quite easy since it involves dealing with smaller practices in our day to day life such as recycling, avoiding the use of plasticware and working towards creating a greener environment inside our house, but while we are traveling, sticking to sustainable practices becomes a little more challenging. When we are traveling or are on a staycation, either locally or internationally, we often tend to loose ourselves in the moment and become carefree, trying to adapt to a new lifestyle. And when it…

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#slowfashionoctober is upon us with its 4th edition this year but officially the first one for me in terms of participation and contribution. 🙂 A few years ago, 4 years to be precise, Karen Templer (of Fringe Supply Co.) started a campaign called “Slow Fashion October” dedicating the whole month of October for thoughtfully curating a slow, loved and long lasting wardrobe followed by discussions and interview providing solutions to combat fast fashion movement starting at home, with our own closets.   There are no better words to describe #slowfashionoctober than what peeps at Fringe Association explains in a one liner: A celebration of the small batch, handmade, second-hand, well-loved, long-worn, known-origins wardrobe.   Although have been a slow lifestyle seeker…

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If you are following me on Instagram, you would know that i often talk about my personal journey towards reducing use of plastic in my daily household life. Although, I am no where near to my goal at this point but i feel it is important to share the initial steps of my journey with you all. P.S: It’s much more difficult than it sounds but quite easier to do than it looks like! 😊 Even after taking a lot a few different measures for reducing plastic waste on a regular basis, we still find a lot of plastic just lying around our house, mostly because every single thing in this world is either made up of plastic or wrapped in…

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Block Printed cotton skirt : Max Fashion India (all skirts) Handcuff: 7 Sister Trading Co. Shoes: H&M (Same here, here) Rings: Lost Lover Store Hi there! This is a very serious post, not for the light hearted! Just kidding 😬! Well it is kinda serious actually because i am going to open your eyes towards some disturbing statical data or facts about our very own environment but i feel the sooner the better right? If you follow me on Instagram (i hope you do 🙂 because there’s so much more i share on a daily basis that sometimes do not make it up to the blog so you should!) you might have gotten small dozes of my personal journey on how i have…

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