Saturday, 30 November 2013


This year my husband & I hosted our first Thanksgiving dinner at our place for our close family and friends. We kept our menu simple with a home-cooked meal by me, my in-laws and my husband. I am indeed thankful to each one of them and my friends who are a blessing in my life. It was a beautiful evening spent with each one of them and not sure if my sangria had something to do with the ladies going crazy while doing the group shots.


I always trust her in her artsy handwriting on my disposable tablecloth:


Made these flower hair crowns for the ladies:

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Meet the confused Sir Preston:


I am thankful to this Beautiful Woman:


My Man:


I made Sangria the night before, they were yum:


On this occasion we opened my favorite wine that we bought from Melbourne early this year:


Meet my Family of friends:

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I told you, sangria could have been the reason here:


I got my friends to pen down few words on what they are thankful for:


Hope you all had a beautiful Thanksgiving weekend!!!

Stay Beautiful,


Sunday, 24 November 2013

Must love Sweatshirts!

Wearing a sweatshirt in the little red dot could cause a heatstroke, since we don't get to enjoy the change in seasons(bummer :(..). Thank God for the constant heavy showers that allows me to wear light sweaters or even sweatshirts like this for a cozy evening out with friends and family.

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Sweatshirt: ModCloth, Skirt: Miss Brown Vintage, Shoes: ZARA, Clutch: gifted, Ear studs: Lovisa

Stay Beautiful,


Monday, 4 November 2013

...let the festivities begin!!!

Happy Diwali to all My Beautiful Readers!!!

How did you all celebrate Diwali this year? In this red dot we had our Diwali on Saturday. My husband & I celebrated Diwali with our closest friends we ended up having a scrumptious indian dinner on Saturday and on Sunday we were at our friends parents home for a delicious home-cooked dinner. It was a beautiful and at the same time a busy weekend. Thats why my post is a bit late.

When it comes to Indian festivals and weddings, we all do take a huge effort to dress up in our ethnic outfits. I reserve my ethnic pieces for such occasions, my closet has pieces that are fresh from the tailors that I save for just these special occasions. One such piece is this Anarkali top that I am wearing as a dress. I didn't wear the full set here since I'm going to be using it for a wedding in December. I have two weddings in December (which I am so excited about) and I have decided to maximize my outfits and not buy anything new. I paired this Anarkali with my Indian accessories that I had purchased at the diwali bazaar a few days ago and my ZARA gold shoes.

I hope to share with you another indian inspired outfit in my next post.

Thank you to all who continues to read, like and drop me messages on my blog it is a true motivator.

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Anarkali: made-to-measure, Shoes: ZARA, Purse: Accessorize, Accessories: Mustafa (Ear-rings), Chain (Diwali Bazaar)

Stay Beautiful,