A thin like in the link

Just the other day I found myself in the midst of a social media conversation, where people stated their opinions on twitter.

What’s twitter? 

A social platform, where there are open profiles and you have a choice of following people with similar interests to yours. Noted: you have a choice.

Why have a conversation on twitter?

Well, for newbies on a network it’s exciting, it’s a way of getting familiar with the tool.

Or, there’s a possibility of one approaching somebody based on a tweet. Easier to break the ice on a public platform. 

Why is their a constant need to update?

Boredom, plays a vital role in feeling the need to broadcast, something or anything and even everything. Again taken back to the psychology class where were were told of introverts and extroverts some are e-verts (well, that’s a made-up term, yes! by me) who choose to be e-social and perhaps not as social on plannet earth. 

 

These were the answers I could think of for those questions that were asked. What’s your take?

Wardrobe alternations.

While I hear the cars honk their way through the traffic my morning dream fades to wake me up for the day – I envision myself opening my wardrobe. “I have nothing to wear … to match my mood!” Yes, I’ve been able to reason out “that exclamation.”

Working in a magazine and having the “passion for fashion” (as Ftv says it) I stay tuned to the trends on the international and Indian runways, season after another. I wouldn’t really say I keep alter my wardrobe every six months. I pay attention to details. Being a finicky person who wants to look like no one else, I’m the sort who would rather not wear a monogram tote ensuring its not like the one the aunt with a 4 carat ring is also walking carrying around. If you know what I mean? I aint no social snob. But I rather not flaunt my labels. I go with the trend as say the hairdo that Cavalli had for his show, one that compliments a particular look. You would usually see the colour of the season on my nails first, I love nail lacquer. Yes, I experiment and explore the runway in different aspects and I enjoy it.

Fashion isn’t about brands, designer labels and spending all your earnings. It’s no fuss. It’s no pain. The minute its easy – it is fashion. It should make you comfortable in your own skin. You’ve probably read that one line in most celeb interviews… “As long as you are confident, you are fashionable.” I’d the words use, perhaps rephrase and rewrite the sentence, a little – Be adventurous, not bizarre. There is a thin line between the two, if you’ve understood it, you’ve got my point.

Welcome Spring Summer 2013

xoxo

Vivani

Getting inked

An intense passion drives people to have their obsession inked. I mean, you got to love something that much to sit through the pain of having it etched on your skin and then hold on to it for the rest of your life.

Well, not really. Tattoos are apparently quite the trend. As some learn from their own experiences and the other’s give into anothers pain. This trend plays such, where via a mode of motivation… people look for inspirations to have inked. Rather, because they “want a tattoo” ask around… “What should I have done?”

Seriously? Omg! I was astonished when I was asked that question. I “ermm, I don’t know… do you really not know what you want to sit through the pain and lifelong mark for?”

Given I get bored of things really soon and am very very like really very picky about things around. I asked myself that question… No, not what I would have done, if I were to get tattoo’ed but, what was I really passionate about to have inked.

 

Things I love are: apart from Family, friends, my boyfriend, my gadgets…

Tv shows, drama, movies, “xoxo”, peonies, birds of paradise, lion cubs, tea cup pigs, fish, piggies

I am passionate about:

doodling, fashion, table settings, makeup, DIY-ing in my spare time

 

So really, what would I have inked, if I were bold and boring enough to really sit and get a tattoo and then again – where?