Green Potential

It was a hot sunny afternoon on Sunday last week when I decided to head to a designer boutique to find some wedding purpose outfit for my husband. As the opposites attract, he hates shopping for himself. He is the minimalist. So, usually it is me who goes out, searches, finds and buys stuff for him.
My sweet sis-in-law agreed to accompany me in my search for a perfect outfit for him as we have a close relative’s wedding to attend this weekend.

Before I started to blog, I used to be very very conscious of getting pictures clicked in public, to be precise, on Road. But now, my outlook has changed, the fear has gone. I no more feel shy or get nervous while getting clicked. I simply think and feel that I am blogger and I am doing my job, so if someone is staring at me or laughing or thinking how stupid I am, should go and get some life! Eh!

My husband recently gifted me these pair of Ray Ban aviators as I was dying to get one! As our first marriage anniversary is due in about 15 days, I guess it is an advance-mini-gift by him ;). Now, please don’t support him by thinking he can simply getaway by gifting only these sunnies on our FIRST (read it loud and in BOLD) Wedding Anniversary!!


Well, jokes apart, it does not really feel our first year is almost over. It feels it was not later than yesterday when we tied the knot. The journey so far has been like a swing with UPs (full of romantic, happy moments, those loving experiences with Him) and DOWNs (full of small fights, lots of learning, adjustments and understanding each other moments).
I am blessed to be with him!!
Marriage is the union of two different surnames, in friendship and in love, in order to continue the posterity of the former sages, and to furnish those who shall preside at the sacrifices to heaven and earth, at those in the ancestral temple, and at those at the altars to the spirits of the land and grain. – Copernicus
P.S. The next outfit post may get delayed as I am travelling tomorrow to my mom’s place and then have to attend a wedding. xoxo
Green Tunic: Shoppers Stop
Jeans: Jeanswear, Lifestyle
Bag: Wilson Leather, USA
Nude Flats: Westside
Sunglasses: Ray Ban
Watch: Invicta
Magenta, Gold hoop earrings and crystal bracelet: Local vendor, New Delhi

Author: Ritika Sahni

Wife. Mother. Blogger. Coffee lover. Fitness Freak. People watcher. Beauty admirer. To sum up - I'm high on life..!

13 thoughts on “Green Potential”

  1. Thank you Purba. I am overwhelmed you commenting on my post as I simply love your blog and am a regular visitor πŸ™‚ You write beautifully.


  2. Great looks.I visited your country 20 years ago and it was not usual to see indian girls in western clothes.has this ghanged a lot?Anyway I think Indian women are beautiful however they are dressed.


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