Hello everyone!

Since a long time I am fascinated by the BOHO look and wanted to wear such looks on a beach holiday. When I think of the word “Bohemian”, I think of a free world, where I can let my hair down, put on some free-flowing clothing, and run away to a place where the sun kisses the ocean. What place would that be, you ask? I’m talking about beautiful Goa, of course. And guess what I recently visited Goa for a 3-day trip and in this blog post I will be showcasing the Bohemian look of different outfits that I wore during my trip.

So Goa is my (just like everyone else’s) favorite go-to location for a relaxing getaway. This was my second visit there – and why not – there’s food, there’s the beach and of course – the beach shacks. The weather was quite pleasant with cloudy skies and rainy evenings on one of the day. I opted for light, airy clothes to fight the crazy humidity. I’m all for extravagant embroidery and light fabrics and this look will be no different. Here’s my Look:

Look 1:

For the first day, I wore this light airy yellow tee with ruffled sleeves from Mango and Black cotton shorts from Forever 21. To add some dimension to the outfit, layered it up with chunky boho necklace that I got from the streets of Bangkok. Also, the tee was a bit long so I tied a knot in the middle. Since I was at the beach that day, I wore these super comfy chappals. I was wearing basic makeup with turquoise eyeliner for my under eyes from Provoc and pinkish shade matte liquid lipstick from Sephora. The location for this shoot is Anjuna Beach, a quiet beach far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, offering tranquil and scenic sunsets. This place is definitely worth a visit when in Goa.

Look 2:

For the 2nd day, I wore an off-shoulder embroidered top and lace shorts that I bought from Khan Market in Delhi. Since I was touring around the city that day, I wore my comfortable sneakers from Toms. For jewelry, I wore white feather earrings. That day I visited Old and New Church in Old Goa, My favorite church in the Panjim city “Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary” and Dona Paulo.

Look 3:

For the 3rd day, I paired up my favorite denim shorts from New Look with a DIY fringe polka dot crop top. To add some dimension to the outfit, layered it up with a sheer tribal printed shrug from FBB. Easy and breezy for the hot and humid climate while also protecting me from the elements. I styled this look with gold gladiators and boho statement necklace.

On the beach day, since I was not going to swim, I wore a black sleeveless tank top with checkered cotton shorts.

That’s it for my Goa travelogue. Hope you guys enjoyed the looks! If you did then don’t forget to show some love by liking and sharing my page. Thank you!


Hello Everyone,

Looking for a quick blow dry for your hair or a trendy braid and updos. Then go on and read this blog. Today I am writing about my experience in BE BAR Blow Dry Bar. This salon is located at Jumeirah Beach road. And I think it has the cutest entrance door. There is no way you cannot spot the Turquoise door while you drive down. Have a look at the below picture.

As soon as you enter the door, you will see a beautiful cozy corner on your right-hand side and stairs to go up to the salon and the reception. The salon is decorated throughout with the signature colors of white and turquoise, is stunning, with plenty of natural light and contemporary interiors. The layout of the salon is unique since they have the bar-style round stations with mirrors where the clients are seated around during their services. One of the walls is this old vintage looking brick wall with light airy curtains and 3-side mirror. I love the way they put up their inspiring taglines on all the walls. One of which was my favorite “Be You. Shine True.”

About the salon, Be Bar is Dubai’s premier hair styling salon specializing in a range of blow-dry styles, updos, braids, intensive scalp and hair treatments and nails. This salon does not offer any haircut or hair color. They have a very interesting menu for their Blow dry services with lots of inspirational styles shown on an iPad. After seeing all their styles, I opted for BE BEACHY, which is, messy waves giving off a relaxed and beachy vibe. Before the stylist could start my service, she gave me a beverage menu, which had amazing options. While sipping my coffee the stylist very calmly blow-dried my hair in sections before curling with an iron and pinning each curl close to my head to cool. She then brushes out the curls and pins them into place before liberally spritzing with hairspray.

The end result was just so surprising. I never liked curls on my hair since I have short hair but this was just so shocking. The beachy waves looked so naturally done and I kid you not the blow dry stayed for more than 2 days.


  • The staff was very friendly and experienced.
  • They use good products and heat protection spray before.
  • The salon has a relaxing vibe and it’s a pleasant place to be.
  • They sell some amazing products from Bando.


  • There’s nothing I did not love about this salon.

Location: Be Bar, Villa 594, Jumeirah Beach Road, Umm Suqeim 1 (04 321 2348).





Do you want to add some life to your décor, but you’re not sure where to start?

Then you’re not alone.

Why not consider going all tropical?

It’s becoming a growing trend right now. When some people hear the word ‘tropical’, they immediately think of loud, garish and over-the-top colors. Exotic colors and textures—fit for a balmy oasis like the Bahamas or Fiji—have been making a splash on the 2017 home design circuit. And I can’t get enough of the scorching trend. Sure, tropical looks can be loud. But that doesn’t mean they have to be tacky. Bold, over-scale tropical leaves in graphic prints can make a sophisticated statement.

From lighting to cushions, wallpaper to duvets, hallways to mirrors, fashionable tropical décor strikes the right balance between showcasing vibrant colors and nailing that relaxing holiday vibe. Think flowery prints, with soft, light greens, pale pinks and patterns with subtle coral, brown and blue undertones. A tropical interior design theme isn’t about making overly wild statements and making your house guests feel like they’re living in Rio in the middle of Mardi Gras. Instead, it’s about embracing a welcome boost of color into the home, all in good taste. It’s about being light and breezy.

Image courtesy: Pinterest


Image Courtesy: Pinterest


If your decor has truly put you in the tropical mood, infuse your outfit with natural vibes and earth-toned hues. Paired my tropical dress with my favorite green heels.

Dress: Primark; Shoes: Glamorous; Watch: Michael Kors

It’s worth a look. After all, when you think about it, is there anything more comfortable and warm than an exotic retreat? Hope you agree with me.


Hello Everyone:)

Each home is a unique destination, so infuse yours with a character inspired by these brilliant interior styles from around the world.

1. Mediterranean Blues
The cool mix of patterned blue tiles gives this bathroom and unmistakeable Mediterranean flavour. We love the relaxed contrast of a modern white stone sink sitting on top of a rustic wooden counter. Carry on the holiday vibe with traditional hamaam towels and nautical accents, then finish with touches of brass for a bathroom you’ll feel permanently on holiday in.

2. French Eclectic
Famed for being effortlessly stylish, the French know a thing or two about creating brilliant room schemes that are as cool as they are timeless. The lines of this classic sofa may be formal, but the bold striped fabric brings it bang up to date. The chandelier is luxe and glittery, but combining it with fun cushions takes the stuffiness out of it. Très chic.

3. Italian Quality
The luxe velvet fabric of these dining chairs, modern pendant light above the table and a gallery wall filled with painted portraits make for some unmistakeable Italian flair. Go with quality design, chic colour palette and eclectic mix of artwork for a timeless, elegant look.
4. Island Life
Ibiza influences pour into this light and bright interior with sunshine yellow colours, white walls and floors and a dash of relaxed pattern. Arrange low-seat sofas and poufs in a way that invites lazy afternoons lounging with a book and a chilled glass of vino.
5. Mexican Cool
A riot of bright colours and Aztec patterns is characteristic of Mexican interiors and these fun design elements work brilliantly in modern homes too. Here, the elegant grey and white scheme is given an instant lift with a bold patterned rug and bright yellow chair. Add warm rustic wood and potted herbs for a relaxed, family-friendly space.
6. Far-East Zen
Japanese minimalist style equals simplicity, calmness and functionality. Turn your bathroom into an oasis of calm with natural wooden accessories, unfussy furniture and gentle colours taken from nature. To ensure the space stays clutter-free, remember to include enough built-in storage at the design stage – clean lines are key here.
7. Moroccan Spice
Nothing says Moroccan style quite like the traditional red Kilim pattern. Cosy up an otherwise minimal white interior with spice-coloured textiles, characterful wooden armchairs and a mix of metals for an eclectic look
8. Wild Wild West
Create a nomadic, free-spirited feel with traditional elements borrowed from the American west. The emphasis is on hand-made quality and natural materials, such as warm-toned matt leather and untreated wood. Plant cacti in rustic terracotta pots and finish with ethnic print throw and patterned wool rug.
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Hello friends!

Today I am going to enlighten you with some of the latest summer styles that’s trending these days in basically all the types of industries. I’ve been seeing these trends everywhere from fashion to interiors and in the work of some of today’s top contemporary artists. With any trend, I recommend incorporating small touches into your own home and accessories and artwork are a great way to do this.

Below are the mood boards I put together of all of the things I’ve been inspired by lately and also some ideas for how you can incorporate this look into your own home! I hope you find this as inspiring as I do!

1) Starting with PASTELS…This year, pastels are all the rage.  We’ve already seen them on the runways in spring fashion collections, but did you know pastels will be big for interiors, too?  A complete 180 from the dark greys and heavy wood tones that have dominated the interior scene lately, this spring we’ll see things freshen up with light shades of our favorite colors.  The trick?  Keeping it contemporary.
2) NeoN Brights….Bright and Funky, everyone needs a little neon in their life at some point don’t they? I am really loving bright pops of colour right now, from my electric blue skinny jeans to the gorgeous HELLO KITTY lipstick I recently purchased in the hottest pink.
Here you have an eclectic mix of bold and bright neon colours, very kitsch and quirky, I can see this working really well against a stark, white backdrop, or perhaps something more urban and industrial.
3) Pretty in Lace…With a provocative and sweet feel, it’s no surprise that lace has become the ultimate must-have this season. From dark and edgy to vintage and soft, the versatile, ornate fabric can do no wrong. We’ve seen this trend on a variety of looks this season ranging from tops and skirts, to gloves and jewelry and now to INTERIORS as well..
4) TEAL color…..This is not your ordinary teal. This is a stand-out, warmly tinted, wildly refined, deep teal. Neither green nor blue, silent nor shocking, deep teal pauses in a perfect middle-ground aesthetic that will turn heads and feel just right at home or in your closet…
5) NATURAL…There is something to be said about the timeless looks of a neutral palette in INTERIORS or FASHION. One of the current trend, of course, were the so-called “neutral” colors: beige, nude, flesh-colored, and shades of powder or sand and similar to them palette of semitones.
The naturalness, innocence, tenderness – that’s what designers remind us in their spring collections. This applies to evening dresses and to casual wear, to lingerie and shoes, to handbags and all other kinds of accessories and home decor.
6) LEOPARD…..Leopard, leopard and more leopard is all that we are seeing from last few seasons.  Leopard is the popular trend in prints and textiles.  It is also used in just about every apparel piece, shoe, watch, and even nail art this season. It has started its trend in home interiors as well from floor rugs to throw pillows and beyond.
7) MINIMALIST….Minimalism is a trend that has been used in interior design and architecture. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. The trend somehow helps you to create a smart, relaxing, clutter-free look in your home. Thus, modern minimalist pictured softer, more personal and easier to live with.
8) PAINTERLY…The new painting techniques are popping up in everything from tabletop decor and cushions to wallpaper, from mobile covers to handbags. Wide brush strokes, mural paintings and finger painting are opening up new ways to incorporate vibrant flourishes of art in our everyday lives.
9) SUZANI…In its most general sense, the Uzbek word “suzani” means needlework. However, most suzani lovers associate the word with the intricate, beautiful, and colorful embroidery work made by women in the Central Asian country of Uzbekistan. They add great pattern and beautiful eclectic touch and can work in country, modern or vintage interiors.
10) ART…Colorful and Abstract!!
So what do you guys think of these trends?? Please leave your feedbacks and comments below. And also tell me which one is your favorite? I LOVE, LOVE all of them 😀 * Cheers*