Feeling the nip in the air? It’s not just the winter onset but the crisp whisper of festivities in the air. Lights and laughter, isn’t that what all the festive season is about? You make visits to long-pending guests, retouch your house furnishings to welcome some other and take a break to relax with your homies sipping a glass of wine.
It’s not just a tradition but a fantastic opportunity to put on a show about who you are, how you live and how you foster your creativity through your fashion, home decor, parties and so much as the rangoli you work on in front of your main door.
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Aren’t our fashion choices everyday stand up for how are we feeling? A crappy day doesn’t deserve more than a pair of baggy pants while good days have us flaunt the best of our flowy dresses. At the same time, festive seasons for one, are perfect occasions to experiment with our personal fashion style and put out a new us every season.
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Our homes are our private spaces testimonial to our tastes, ideologies, and interests. The color of our walls, the quirky frames on our coffee table or the hard hitting quotes on our cupboards – all of it reflects our personality and our voice. Especially so, in a festive season when you have guests thawing your place, these little elements stand out to speak out your ideas.
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On surface, things like a bookmark, a pretty notebook, a quirky mouse pad or a piece of art might seem a frivolous spent. In reality, however, these tiny detailings speak volumes about our personalities. Mundane tasks become fun and peppy when you incorporate such details in your everyday life.
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And there we have our answers to why certain traditions are still lived up the way they have been accustomed. While at one point, they made more sense to economically weaker middle-class Indians for whom certain festivals were the only occasion to treat themselves, today they have strongly translated to reflect our diverse moods and personalities.
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