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Be a Diva this Diwali| Dressup with TSC

Diwali is right upon us and its the perfect chance for me to send out lots and lots of love to all my Indian readers.

This post is really special because I decided to go all out and give you a little extra something this Diwali (whilst a hectic schedule at work). This video in my post from my Youtube Channel has it all, from outfit ideas to a makeup tutorial and even three quick festive hairstyles.

How to Be A Diva this Diwali & stand out?

  • Go in for a unique outfit and ditch those saris, anarkalis & lehengas. Wear a embellished suit! Even if you cant get one made all you need is a jacket and matching pant from your closet. Go and get some nice Indian embroidery patches or bling and get creative on that jacket.

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My outfit I got made from Ginni Wadhwa Couture n Pune.

  • Ditch the gold this Diwali.

Wear colourful earrings or wear grey based jewellery and if you are a hippie at heart then go in for the oxidised jewellery.dsc_0133-copy

  • Accessorise the hair and try some fun hairstyles. Just dont leave your hair plain jane as always. Braid it, curl it, twist it, put it Up or wear it sideways.dsc_0117-copy
  • Go classic with nude pump shoes.
  • Add some bling to your makeup and watch your makeup go from beautiful to WOW.

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While its a very happy & festive time of the year (which also happens to be my favourite time of the year) there was something quite disturbing that happened yesterday! I want to share it with you all because I think its utmost important. I saw a young boy yesterday bursting bombs in the day and in the night under the apparent vigilance of his father bursting away just bombs. In today’s day and age where awareness is very high, I wondered  what made these two make a ruckus, disturb other humans and animals the most & be happy (in the name of Diwali). This purely seemed like an excuse to just be violent and scare people off. Thankfully I have always been scared of crackers and never in my life have lit a bomb. I always think of how it bothers me and then wonder how much it could bother people and stop.

So I went up to the man and courteously asked him why is it that he is bursting crackers. Long story short instead of being sensitive to people and even realising that his violent streak called bombs (also used as an excuse called festivity) was actually bothering people he just behaved like a total freak. Where is the love and unity and happiness of the festival???

I sincerely request all of you to not create noise pollution or even pollution for that matter. Burn crackers (that signify the festival of lights) and lets be sensitive to  others  feelings and let everyone have a happy diwali. Go kindly tell people bursting bombs that it really is bothering you and instead light a phuljhadi with them 🙂photogrid_1477485174178

I might be wrong but its a change! Lets be safe and kind this Diwali.

HAPPY DEEPAWALI. May the light fill your houses and lives 🙂

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