Hallstatt takes you back to fairytale dreams - honestly, it is one of the best places that we (Sandhya and Vijay) have ever visited. Typically meaning place of salt, it has the world's first salt mine here. As salt was the most important commodity, lots of workers were involved in mining salt out in the … Continue reading Hallstatt – An Austrian Ode to Beauty
Hope you saw my previous post on the Man of Substance event (if not, click here). Well, here are all the details 🙂 More info on their Facebook page. Style Etiquette is the organiser of Man of Substance 2018. The founder of Man of Substance and Style Etiquette is Ms S Vanithadevi (Vanz) who is a … Continue reading Celebrating Men of Substance in Singapore – All the details!
Style Etiquette and Shinz Productions are bringing to you Man of Substance 2018, happening on 24th November 2018 at S P Jain School of Global Management (3pm to 6pm). Man of Substance is a first of its kind event to recognise, appreciate and celebrate our Men from diverse background (for example : family, career, education, sports, … Continue reading Celebrating Men of Substance in Singapore – Nominate/Register Now!
Netherlands which boasts a wealth of cultural heritage is famous for its art, windmills, clogs, museums, flower gardens and beaches. I have visited the Dutch nation a couple of times now and it has got a lot to offer. Right from the canals of Amsterdam to Volendam, Zaanse Schans and countryside villages to Keukenhof and … Continue reading Holland – Amsterdam, windmills, Tulip fest and countryside glory
Singapore is a beautiful place - I have lived here for 10 years now (ya 10 years, can't believe it!). It is the perfect mix of old and new, cultural and modern, colours and monotones - overall just breath-taking and beautiful. But have you ever thought of carrying Singapore around wherever you go? Or displaying … Continue reading Singapore as Art – Scarves, purses, coasters and many more
I remember my school days when Vidhya and I used to like just about everything - arts & crafts, painting, cycling, movies, songs, dressing up and so on. I used to be a nerd who always wanted to become medical doctor and she used to chill and let life take its course. Well, I ended … Continue reading Jewellery, made with Love
I love sarees - love the way they hug a lady in the right curves, love the way they flow and love how they make you feel like you are in a fairytale. I used to drape sarees quite often when I used to study and work in India. Once I moved to Singapore, I … Continue reading Indian Fairytale Fashion, with a cause
After exploring most of Europe, I was running out of places or flights were very expensive to the countries which I hadn't explored. Also having Indian passport requires a visa for majority of countries, currently with Indian passport I can travel to only 59 countries visa free/visa on arrival. I was checking for visa free … Continue reading Ukraine – An unforgettable Soviet Sojourn
This mini-series on LBDs (little black dress) is part of my jacket series - hope you had a look at them last week. Everyone owns an LBD in their closet (if you don't, please go get one NOW!). An LBD is as plain as it gets - but it is the best and the most versatile … Continue reading Spice up that LBD – I
My blog is all about being confident and owning those curves - and that is exactly what my friend, Vipra, has done here with a fun accessory - Scarves! This blogpost is entirely dedicated to owning to those curves with scarves and different ways of styling scarves, especially for the spring/summer. Of course, these ideas … Continue reading Scarves for those curves