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#PyjamaReviews: The Reverie Box

Simple Jute packaging and an organic cardboard box are perfect metaphors for Reverie box’s style and curation.   I received and tried: Mia Rose petal scrub I mixed the powder with my Ayca tea tree aloe gel. The result was a soft, sweet smelling massage that my face didn’t want to stop getting. Suddenly, I saw the appeal of long-ass Korean beauty routines, but only if they …

#PyjamaReviews: To Spoyl or not to Spoyl?

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If you’re anything like me, you’re shopping online very couple of days (sometimes in your sleep), but not wearing half the things you buy. Some times a shirt’s material isn’t what you expected, or the fit isn’t right. And, you’re so spoilt for choice that you wear that cute dress once and then lose it forever in your wardrobe. So, what’s a shopaholic to do with …

THIS is the BEST blush in the world, people!

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I don’t wear eyeliner and I hardly ever use lipstick. My beauty obsession is blush. How many different versions of the ‘eu naturale’ or the ‘peach beauty’ colours do I own? There’s no counting. Will I be buying more in the future? Probably. I’m a blush-addict, and I’ve tried them all, so believe them when I say that the Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush collection is …

#PyjamaReviews: The Burlap People

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I discovered the Burlap People a few months ago on Instagram and the use of burlap for their designs caught my eye. I’d previously associated burlap with gunny sacks and love the idea of transforming this rugged and utilitarian fabric into aesthetically striking designs. Come time to invest in a daily use handbag; I knew I was going to give The Burlap People a whirl. …

#PyjamaReviews The Label Life

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  I was excited about The Label Life when its adverts first started appearing all over my Facebook. Cute clothes, nice cuts and affordable prices: what was not to love? I bought a pair of blue striped cotton pants to try out my theory that this venture by three stylish-azz-hell Bollywood based women would be WOW.   The Label Life website is very easy to …

#PyjamaReviews Nicobar clothing: colonial-era styled for Indian millennials

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Soft Fabrics, Stylish Details By Avantika Mehta and Janani Krishnan Launched by Good Earth, Nicobar is aimed at a younger clientele with a penchant for quality over quantity. With fashion veteran Aparna Chandra at the helm of design and former-editor of Motherland Vandana Verma looking after creative direction, we had high hopes for this brand and it did not disappoint. The brand’s first collection is …

Mera joota hai Hindustani aka 7 Indian shoemakers we love!

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We’re nothing if not addicted to buying shoes. And we do not discriminate — from the bro-ed-out brogues to studly sandals to sky-high boots, we love them all. But, let’s be honest: we’ve all got the same shoes. Seriously, all of us: Nothing against Chuck Taylors or even the Gigi sandals a-la Sam Edelman (we are die-hard fans of both) but it’d be nice to …

Undercover op: Pyjama goes guerilla on H&M

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Shopping is my exercise, darlings, said Carrie Bradshaw. Nowhere is this truer than on the floors upon floors, aisles upon aisles that is the H&M flagship store in South Delhi’s Select Citywalk mall. We’d heard the horror stories of endless queues and people sleeping in bean bags to get into the shop, but being bargain lovers and card carrying shopaholics, a few urban legends weren’t …

Pyjama review: Back to basics at Lila studio

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Review When Lila studio told us to come and check out their Shahpurjat store, we were like: It was a balmy Tuesday afternoon when we landed up at the quaint little nook Lila has carved out for itself. Just past Les Parisiennes and opposite the Second Floor Studio, this boutique has a friendly and laid-back vibe. It’s like a hideaway from the city’s hustle-bustle. The …

A Sock(or two) for Charity: Tibetan Socks by Adrien Field

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You know that old wives’ tale about cold hands and feet meaning you have a warm heart? Well, LA-based fashion designer turned yogi Adrien Field and his company Tibetan Socks are on a mission to bust that myth! Hand-woven from Yak wool, Tibetan Socks are made by women in the Himalayas. They have also developed a new style with a felt sole for greater durability. Not …