It’s been a long while since I had a chat with you guys ! So first of all, wishing all of you a very happy & prosperous New Year 🙂

As most of you may have noticed I have been away from the blogging scene since a long while. Last few months of 2016 have been a crazy mix of hectic work-schedules and demanding personal-relations. But all this while, the busy bee in me learnt how important it was to break the monotony of routine-life and keep up with what one loves to do !
And what’s better than catching up on some ‘alone time’, while hopping across serene landscapes and age-old fortresses in a city full of color, culture and life – Jaipur.

After covering a distance of 250 kms from Gurgaon to Jaipur via road, I checked into my hotel room almost around 3pm – Which explains that I hardly had any time left to explore the near by places in the city before the sun would set.

Passing by Hawa Mahal – In the heart of ‘Pink city’. An important landmark in Johari Bazaar, Jaipur. (shot on iPhone)
Vibrant Much – Garlands and bunches of Marigolds, Roses and various other flowers hold religious importance for locals in almost every indian city or town. Jaipur loves them too ! (shot on iPhone)



Wearing – Animal print pullover / Studded Knit Cardigan – both by Lifestyle Stores; Worn out easy fit Jeggings by Forever 21 / Sneakers – H&M / Sling Bag – ZARA / Reflecting Sunglasses – Flea market, Delhi.
Hawa Mahal consists of 5 stories, all facing towards the city. Each story is grouped in multiple ‘Jharokas’ (Windows) – that are designed in such a way that each story remains windy & breezy in every month of the year.
View from the top most story of Hawa Mahal

While on Day I my walk through the busiest route of Jaipur and a touch-and-go visit to Hawa Mahal was a short, crisp and quick one; My date with Amer fort on the next day was more relaxed, easy and calm.

DAY II at Amer Fort, standing across the Diwan-e-Khas verandah – Wearing Marks & Spencers Trousers in Oxblood / Patent Gold Leather Ballerinas by NEW LOOK on ASOS / Flat knit pullover in Honey by FOREVER 21 / Ikat Cape in teal by FUSION BEATS



Day II – Mixing Ikat weaves with modern day silhouettes. Bag – ZARA / Reflecting sunglasses – Flea market, Delhi.
Watch – Fossil

Did you know ? – Ikat weave is a technique that uses a resist dyeing process as similar to tie-dye. It uses either the warp or weft to weave a pattern or design.

From behind the backyard of Amber (Or Amer) Palace. Also known as the famous Amer Fort.


Winter tones paired with..naturally tussled tresses.


.. .. Hope this year’s first style-post blended with a hint of few personal clicks that I covered during my short stay in Jaipur brought a smile on your face !

See you soon,

Lots of love !


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