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Simple Diwali look

Hope you all are doing well. If you are on the east coast, probably enjoying the wonderful weather. We had a lovely Diwali celebration at home. It was low-key but certainly, a beautiful one relaxing with a whole lot of family time and good old homemade food. I had lots of Indian sweets and sinful food which I am still relishing. And we are almost at the last day of October, I just got hangover with festivity and fall foliage and don't feel like letting it go. Anyway sharing some pics of our home Diwali celebration. Wearing a cotton apple green salwar kameez with organza dupatta and rose hand floral prints all over. I love the delicious color of the suit and dark statement lips for a festive feel, otherwise easy breezy simple outfit. A loose messy hair bun and some roses of course. Hope you like this simple diwali look.

4 Instagrammable places Stowe, Vermont

 New England and its iconic fall foliage season; if you are in Stowe, you probably should thank your stars because this is the place that truly turns into a fall wonderland. True synonyms of New England Charm and beauty, engulfs in crimson vistas displaying dotted colors in the backdrop of the green mountain, the barns, and the farms, everything is magical here. Last year I blogged about the best places to visit in Stowe, Vermont and this year I will take you through the best instaworthy places where you can take the best pictures while smitten by the beauty of fall foliage.  1. Grand View Barn—Barns are a quintessential part of Vermont's beautiful landscape, and the Grand View Barn is something that you just can't miss. A 100-year-old structure now protected under the Stowe Land Trust, it is on a steep hill and surrounded by Hogback Mountain. A long narrow passage on the side makes it look  like a postcard. 

Something new Something old Indian festive outfit 1

       New England has been wonderful these days weather-wise. I love how sultry summer beautifully falls into fall leaves, flavors, boots, and layers. Lots in my mind, at the same time India celebrates a glorious festive season thousands of miles away and I feel the festive vibes here. Buying balloons with my Dad , jiggles of colorful bangles in the stores, and how our small town decked up are now a distant memory.  Celebrating festivity in India has its own charm, be it food, the hustle, and bustle or the transitions of nature. Nevertheless, I love to dress up for Indian festivities. As you might know by now, how I cherish old and classic pieces. There is so much potential to dress them up in many ways and never fades with time. I am always attracted to pieces that have a vintage appeal. I love this old pair of back Mekhela chadar . Even though black is usually not considered a quintessential festive color, but no harm in wearing black on festive days, it's such a flattering colo