My love for shopping and my quest of finding online shopping websites to fulfil the purpose flawlessly is nothing new to you guys. So today I will review Limeroad which is one of the most popular online shopping websites in India.
The first thing I noticed about Limeroad apart from their huge collection of products is that you also get a style council which is much like polyvore but created for the personal interest of limeroad shoppers. It gives a fabulous insight on how to ensemble your look with clothing and accessories from limeroad and how to make it work for you. It's like having a personal stylist and the products all listed that you can buy with one click.
For example, if you are not sure how to ensemble a skirt you bought, you can simply check their website for fabulous insights on which top will go perfectly with that skirt. It's like a dream come true for so many people who doesn't have time to research latest fashion yet look updated and chic; thanks to the limeroad style council.
So this is what I got from limeroad jewellery section. It's a stunning statement necklace in green and gold.
It came in a plastic box with bubble wrap and everything. I shared with you guys before that I got some necklaces from a rather popular online shop in Hong Kong but they were unfortunately damaged as the products were not inside a box and it's impossible for courier handler to take specific care of items. So I was impressed by limeroad packaging.
The shipping was within the estimated date and they treat their shoppers with so much love and care that you'll surely feel pampered.
I absolutely love the necklace and it definitely adds edge to the entire look.
The limeroad mobile app is another easier alternative to online shopping through phone. You can find it on Play Store and they also offer free shipping (yay)! I am looking forward to shop from limeroad again soon. 

My rating: 5/5
How do you guys like the necklace?
Hi guys! How are your days going?
It's been raining in Kolkata like crazy...I'm talking knee deep water throughout the city, thunder lightening and constant rain days after days.
You know when the weather is gloomy many would say they'd feel depressed. But I refuse to dress down.

I'm wearing statement necklace from It definitely adds edge to the outfit!
Monsoon doesn't necessarily mean a gloomy mood, for me it's dreamy and I think everyone should wear their mood on their sleeves! (Don't keep us guessing now)
Bright colours look great in the rather dull background. Also jeans and boots doesn't really work for Indian monsoon (hello water log) so flats and shorts are good to go. Also, cotton is a big NO NO for rainy days. You can pick a bright top and ensemble it with accessories and funky flats.
I am someone who is determined to have fun even if it's raining since it always rains on my birthday! Basically after a few birthdays, you realize it's time to embrace the rain and not let it affect your outfit choice more than it should.
However raincoats are suddenly making a comeback in street fashion and it is definitely something worth trying!
If you are looking for some monsoon fashion inspiration I think rompers look great in the gloomy weather and since they are super comfortable it's a win-win, really.
Find it here

And if all else fails, you can always try the JYP plastic pants tread!
Have a fabulous week ahead and don't let the rain get in the way!
Healthy, skinny and toned - the motto of millions of women yet many of them won't break a sweat for achieving it. Literally.
We all wish to flaunt our bodies, be it in a cute crop top or in a sari. Although our body shape and many other factors about our physical appearance depends on the genes, however it is absolutely foolish to not work on your fitness and focus on "not looking unhealthy". A healthy body image is crucial for a positive life.

Change doesn't happen overnight and it takes a lot of dedication and hard work. If you're ready to start living a healthier, happier life, then only you can make it happen - starting today!
If you really want to make a change, then do it! 
  • Sweat a little. 
Do something to break a sweat and get the heart rate up every day.  Personally, I like taking a walk and sometimes running. Although I never took it up consciously and started out for the purpose of sports but it acts as a great stress reliever. 
  • Eat healthy.  
"The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison." 
Let's face it, it is not possible to completely cut off junk food. If you make a regime like that in today's busy world- you might even end up not eating at all! And that is not the message here. I feel like as long as you eat a healthy lunch and dinner, you can get away with junk food. Having a balanced diet is far more effective than simply resisting food (read dieting). However every little change in lifestyle affects us. Make positive changes in your diet plan. You can try a Honey Diet for noticable results.

  • If you anyhow resort to dieting, it is better to know about the harmful effects of dieting and then making a choice. Personally, I don't feel like dieting can be a solution. An unhealthy choice can never really lead to a healthy life.
Set attainable goals and keep track of your progress. Incorporate the little changes into your daily routine and try to find at least five minutes to work out.
Committing to a healthier lifestyle is just that — a commitment, and it's a big one that will take a lot of work. But it will definitely be worth it!
Remember, when you look good, you feel good. And we all know that saying "First they will ask you- Why? Then they will ask you- How?"
Love yourself first and be the way you wish to be. I have friends who are quite insecure about their bodies but instead of taking up a fitness regime to try and change the situation, they give up food and hope nobody catches them trying to lose weight. Truth is, life can be quite difficult and people often tease each other beyond boundaries. But one very astonishing thing about body shaming is not only to spread needless hate but also make mockery of the ones who are trying to make a change just for themselves-just for a healthier life. And I must say, petite people face just as much if not more body shaming. I often wondered why skinny-shaming is okay but fat shaming is not? I believe both should NOT be okay. 
We all have the right to be the way we are and make changes to be the way be wish to be. Don't be afraid of the society.
"Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live in."

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