I know that many of you will be stirred by waiting for this last blog which is speaking about the end of my journey (in an airplane, probably). So here is the update.
What after the bus…well it was not a warm bed to take rest. For me it would be a truck, a luggage truck. You must be wondering why a truck. Because the place where I was, had no other moving object on the road. However, the story made its twist. The bus had dropped me to an almost remote area. I was over with my budget so it was time to ask for a lift. I tried for 10 mints (gratitude to my patience).
The excitement of a journey usually starts with the planning, plotting your rail routes and traveling finances. I had none. I was left only with excitement. So I reached the railway station. The place was already full of travelers, men, women, children, foreigners, security personnel and many more. Coolies in kurtas, with brass badges displaying their numbers tied to their forelimbs were approaching travelers. I didn’t know where I wanted to go. There I saw a train on platform 1 (where I was standing). I decided to board it.
This New Year what will be the fashion like? Which trends will be followed the most? This blog will answer all your queries. Inspired by the oldest recognized eras from the world, we bring you a Fashion Timeline telling you how to wear those era’s this Winter/Fall 2012-13 1. The Bronze Age– yes it’s about the color Bronze!
December is a mark a year’s end and a fresh start of winters. Before you enter the New Year, let us present you the ABC of this winter fashion. See how these 26 letters give us the fashion tips of the season: A for Androgyny Returns A fashion referring to the combination of masculine and feminine trends. This plain kameez is inspired by men’s kurta pajama.