Thursday, 16 November 2017

It's the Saree with the Twists

Time and again the saree has been reinvented. The 6 yards gives us just about as much freedom as we have wanted to drape it just as it was to gowns to skirts. My love affair with saree is a recent but a deep-rooted one. I really do go beyond of how beautiful it looks on the outside to rather how beautifully it would adhere to my body, how easy it is to wear and well who made it.
                  Saree before reaching to us touches much life altogether. Now just as a woman in today's time we have woes just not limited to our everyday wear. Add a good mix of being plus size and then treading the dangerous waters to find festive wear that is sophisticated, you are going to land yourself in quite a few woes.
So when I saw Lastinch doing a palazzo saree, it hit all the right nerves. Ask me what's not exciting about the saree-well just the name gives you a pretty clear image of how it is going to make saree wearing easy!

Bright and inventive color combinations are important this season, while the influence of street style impacts silhouette and style, a romantic mood is created via sweet vintage florals such as the classic rose which continues to bring a feminine dimension to the season. I have genuinely not felt the need to put much efforts in the styling department because of the complexity of the palazzo saree but also how simple it is to wear. You can genuinely take this saree from work to wee hours with a change of accessory.

Being a fashion professor this was all the Sushmita Sen feels sans the sexiness ofcourse, I could get to! I absolutely cannot emphasize how lovely it feels on your skin and legit need a single safety pin to hold it all together. Also peeing and not worrying about the pallu or the saree getting soiled is an option right now. All I did was wear an amazing pair of foiled block heels, a single statement bangle and my hair blowdried.
Sometimes beauty actually lies in simplicity :)
I hope you liked my blogpost, let me know your views while I brew some more fresh content for all of you pea bunnies.


Sunday, 12 November 2017

A serene experience with Suko Thai

Stress is a word that even a 10 year relates to today -yes choosing a certain crayon colour can be extremely painful.  Jokes apart and no pun intended here we all deal with various kinds of stress every single day. Some more physical than the mental agony. I recently had a chance to visit Suko Thai-yes it been one of the famous chains we all have seen. I remember being apprehensive about visiting the spa even back then but decided to take the plunge anyway. And can I say I have never been this wrong-obviously for all the good possible reasons?

As I entered the spa I was engulfed by lemongrass goodness, needlessly it was everything I needed to drive my Monday blues away. I was made to feel at home immediately, my bags were put to rest, I was given the most comfortable pair of bamboo lined slippers and changed into loose drawer pyjama set. Also, Can I say how tastefully designed are the pants, I'm definitely recreating this one!I opted for the Traditional Thai Foot Massage for my feet and body as a whole. It is said to be beneficial to relieve stress and tension.

For the service I was guided to a dimly lit area which can I just say was extremely comforting and perfect for a power snooze. The recliner chairs were uber comfy and honestly, I was in a daze in no time.I was introduced to my therapist who got down to the massage in no time. Started by cleaning my feet with rosewater and wiping it clean. Then moving on to a balm and oil massage, which cannot be described as anything better in the world. All my leg muscles were so relaxed, the therapist explained me all the point sensors on my foot that were supposed to evoke each muscle.

The last 15 mins were dedicated to stretching and boy how did we stretch!This was better than the yoga that I have been missing out for months.

About Sukothai

Born in 2010, Sukho Thai is India's premier Foot Therapy brand inspired by the deeply rooted cultures of Thailand. The seemingly small nation has a great culture and is home to exotic fruits and flowers. The word ‘Sukho’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Sukh’ which connotes happiness and ‘Thai’ reflects its innate bond with Thailand. With over 15 outlets spanning across Mumbai, Pune and Goa, Sukho Thai is the first international foot massages spa chain to open a series of outlets in India.

Here's how happy I actually look after the massage. I hope you try the service for yourself soon and feel the difference, I'm definitely going back for more.