Time to make that bucket list...

I have been thinking for the last few days.
Thinking. Maybe procrastinating. Same thing almost. At least in my mind.

Anyway, so I was thinking about Life. How I have almost spent almost one-third of it already and yet can't think of anything spectacular that I have done.
I mean, maybe I have done a few things my parents could be proud of. Or maybe I have even done a few things that made my own heart glow with joy. But things that would make me feel like I have achieved something in Life? Not that many.
I was thinking about how there is so much to do still. So many wishes to fulfill. So many dreams to make true. So much of Life left to live.

So, I think the time has come to make a bucket list. The bucket list of dreams I want to fulfill in this lifetime. Small dreams. Big dreams. Sane dreams. Crazy dreams. Weird dreams. Difficult dreams. Funny dreams. Clichéd dreams.
It's time to make the bucket list of my dreams


I took time out from said procrastination to take these outfit pictures - my first ones post marriage.

Now that I have (more or less) settled down into the new life and new routine, I can go back to dressing up for myself. And taking pictures for you all!! Yeah, my life is (almost) #backtonormal! :)

[Military-inspired top: Sepia | Denims: Jealous 21 | Animal print scarf: Howrah Bridge | Bag: Sneha Arora | Wayfarers: Idee | Watch: c/o Dresslily.com | Platform sliders: Westside | On my nails:Bloody Mary by Colorbar | On my lips: Peach Crush by Colorbar]

Pics courtesy: Debiparna

This pair of sliders is my new found love! I have almost been living in them and you guys must be prepared to see a whole lot of these beauties in the coming summer months! <3

P.S.: For those of you (non-Indians) wondering what that streak of red is in the middle of my hairline.........this dash of vermilion is a symbol of Hindu married women. This bit of red on the forehead warns straying male eyes that this lady is taken! 

I'm so happy to put up this outfit post almost after three months! Life is good!!
And now, back to making that bucket list! ;)

Anupriya DG