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Thursday, 5 January'17
Holidays, most beautiful time of the year, is here and I don't want to miss a single bit of it. Making plans, meeting friends, brushing up on my hobbies, cozy family times and blogging in between all of these is enough to keep me busy and happy.
Today my post is not only about the outfit that I am wearing, but it's also about the bond I share with nature, my love for travelling and of course, my passion for fashion.
This year we decided to celebrate X-Mas a little differently. This is the trip I had been planning for so long. The place is only 200 km away from my home city but somehow I always miss the chance to visit this little piece of heaven called Shnongpdeng. I will post another story about the trip shortly. So here is the story behind this post.
I was planning for this trip with my friends and the idea for this outfit hit me and I just couldn't stop thinking about it. And guess what? The guest photographer of this post, my friend, was equally excited about it. And bang, I got my partner in the crime. A beautiful crime.
The Shnongpdeng Village is at the banks of The Umngot River. A river with the cleanest water I have ever seen. Its blue water kind of hypnotized me. Seriously, I am not kidding, trust me. I just wanted to set myself by the river and drink all its beauty in one single gulp.
I swear next paragraph is going to be only about the outfit. (wink)
So okay, about the outfit. What can be better than a beautiful flared coral skirt to portray the alluring contrast of this blue river water and wooden boats. But sadly, I didn't have one. So I decided to borrow one from one of the fashion influencers and entrepreneur, Kaku Mudoi Saikia (Kaku Baa). As I said before this is not one of my what-I-wore posts.
This beautiful skirt along with the breathtaking background, refreshing breeze, happiness of holiday charm, all together made these pictures so beautiful. I just couldn't take my eyes off of it.