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Inspired!

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How often do we get inspired by a celebrity or a fashion influencer while styling a look or picking an outfit? I am sure it must have happened with each one of us quite a number of times. But have you ever got inspired by nature or ambiance? The beauty of nature, the colors & every other minute details has so much to grasp & fall in love with. 


So when I visited Tosh, I decided to create a look keeping the transitioning hues of the sky (from blue to gray), snow-capped mountains, golden rays of the rising sun and the vivid houses & lanes of the village in mind. 
This look was basically an ode from me to the heavenliness of this place!



I picked a pristine white tee with a patch with bead details & paired it up with printed sharara pants. Layered over a summery acid wash denim trench and added a double buckle belt to accentuate the waist! 



Finally, added a color pop in the form of these earrings & kitten heels. I ensured that my personal style 'Indian fusion'

Stay Experience at StonedAge Inn, Tosh

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Alot of you must be aware about my trip to Tosh a couple of months back. I have been eager to talk about my stay experience since the time I came back but I chose to delay because the freeze-to-death negative temperature would definitely not have been ideal for you to visit this place! And now when the sun is shining bright, after reading this post I am sure you'd know where to stay when you visit Tosh next.



Travelling to hills and staying in a regular hotel mostly kills the vibe of the journey. People who love adventure, either end up camping or choose a homestay. While I am not very comfortable with camps & since, we were three females (best friend & her mom), homestay didn't seem to be an ideal option, atleast for the first visit to the hills. So, after a good one week research we zero-ed in on StonedAge Cafe & Inn



For someone like me who has been a die-hard fan of 'Flintstones', this place actually took me back to that phase while bringing that sitcom i…