Sunday, 30 March 2014

Vespa Yourself!

Just when I was thinking of an appropriate topic for the post, I found this perfect topic from T2 (Telegrapgh) of last week. How fun and adventerous does it sound. Right?
Coming to the post, I have been a great fan of Graphic Tees. They are quite a statement in it's self. No add on accessories are required to complete the look, once you are Graphitized. They are Fun, Edgy and Retro.
Over time they have been quite a hit all over. From Runways to streetstyle and from Desk to Dinner. It has proved itself to be a good companion of your Boyfriend Jeans , while it pairs fabulously with your pencil skirt and skinnies giving it a cosmo look.
For me Graphic Tees not only bring comfort but adds a "Sense of Joy".

Presenting you my Vespa inspired Tee. Because I can't ride one, does not mean I can't own one.
Un Edited!

Outfit Details:
Graphic Tshirt - Gangtok (local market)
Dress worn as Skirt - Only
White Boots - Gangtok (local market) 
Watch - Fastrack

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Have a great Week ahead and be Graphitized.

Pen Twister

Friday, 28 March 2014

Collaborations and Giveaways!

The Topic says it all. "Jashn" one of the leading Jewellery store based in Nepal decides to collaborate with Pen Twister.

"Jashn" is a social selling and Nepal based company. Jashn is known for designer jewelleries made up of silver, American diamonds and synthetic ruby emeralds stones, and semi precious stones with gold and platinum micron plating. In less than 2 years with all the hardwork Jashn has put, is now one of the leading brands of Nepal.
They were only delivery until a week back (worldwide delivery). But now, they are also part of Nepal supermarkets. Jashn has successfully collaborated with Nepal Bazaar and have their own counters.

I personally am great fan of Jashn and have been Jashn - ed a couple of times. What I like most about them is, they are defined and simple. It effortlessly sweeps away all the awards for best designs from my end. They are just not exquisite but are ultra feminine, chic and perfect for urban woman.
For me Jashn compliments the clothing you wear and adds a spark in your personality.

They already have Facebook page with more than 18000 likes and most of the costumers view the products from the page itself.

Coming to the wider picture, the Company has decided to host a Giveaway as a token of love and response they have received over time.

Green, Purple and Bling. 
Perfect ethnic jhumki made in Pearl and green. 
Golden Jhumki with Blue Stone.
Casual Earing in metallic Blue. 

You could Win any of these lovely pair of earings above, following a few simple steps.

1. Follow Jashn on Facebook.
2. Follow PenTwister on Facebook.
3. Tell us which piece do you like and how would you style that gorgeous pair of earings. You can leave a comment below.

For Brownie points follow Jashn and Pen Twister (Nikitagarwal) on Instagram.

The Winner will be selected on babsis of your creativity.
Giveaway is open until 14th of April. Fill in the entries and earn a chance to be Jashn - ed.

With love,
Pen Twister

Sunday, 16 March 2014

Granny's Tips for Holi!

Holi Hai!!!
And my favourite festival "HOLI" is tomorrow. Well some insane drama and craziness has already begun here.
So not wasting too much of time, I am going to share some Granny's tips for Holi. Tips to prevent your Skin and Hair. Because as much as we love the festival of colours, we also love our skin.

1. Do not forget to apply Sun's cream. Combination of colours and Sun could do some major skin damage.
2. Apply plenty of moisturiser to every part of body. This will prevent your skin from getting dry and allergy.
3. Try keeping yourself covered. More the clothes, less the damage.

1. OIL them properly. Yes, you heard that right. Oil and more Oil for hair.

A few Quirky Tips for Holi 2014.
1. Go Traditional. Go White. Nothing can beat a loose white tunic / top / kurta. Let the white take in all the
colours and make you look brighter, in festive mood and good.

2. We are aware about the kind of chemicals used in these colours. So be safe. Wear Sunglasses. They will not only make you look great, but will save your eyes and later irritation.

1. Play holi like never before.

1. Avoid using Pakka colours.

So these were a few quick tips you could use to prevent damage to skin and hair and YET have a crazy Holi.

Happy Holi once again to all the colourful people out there.