Thursday, 27 September 2012


I've been thinking what to post and I realized it's time I share some of my best possessions with you! :)
My Kim Kardashian Perfume, Statement necklace, Maybelline: Make me Pink(favorite pink shade), Bling necklace from Forever 21

Forever 21: 3 in 1 feather earrings and Eye Shadow Palette : Creative Me#1

Owl ring: Aldo, Flower clip : Trendy Baubles, Coral Heart Clip, Red Heart clip: Ayesha, Eye shadow palette: I Dream Of St. Lucia by NYX.

The blush and lip tint (Fushcia) : MAC, Ring: Forever 21, Antique butterfly necklace : off the streets.

My favorite!!
212 VIP perfume : birthday gift :D

Sunday, 16 September 2012


So, recently we visited the Garden Of 5 Senses, Saket, New Delhi, for a photography class. The place is beautiful and, like any other park in Delhi, bursting with lovers curled up into one another. It wasn't hard to ignore them, so we took off to find inspirational spots to shoot. Mind you this is fashion photography and we are just beginners. Not like I shot anything but I was modelling for my friend. F.Y.I I'm not the skinny kind but I got good shots!

Models: Aditi Bhalotra and Me (Anushree Ulpe) 
Photographer: Pallavi Maini 

Thanks <3

Saturday, 15 September 2012

The X Factor

Have you been following the new season of X factor? If not, then don't bother unless you wanna see Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, LA and our beloved Simon Cowell. I just watched 2 episodes (out of boredom) to see how Demi Lovato is at judging and she doesn't really play a big role..I think they could have done it without her. Contrary to the judging, I was absolutely taken aback by her outfits. I have pictured Demi Lovato as the sweet "girl next door" from "Camp Rock" and a lovely voice which is famous among teenagers but she, shocked me.

The shoes, the jacket, the necklace, the make-up, the hair- I LOVE!..the dress- is a little off but works. 

I actually like what's going on's not too much but excellent how the green pops.
I am a fan of her minimal make-up already! (It is so me!)

Here is Demi, with the rest of the judges of the show: The X Factor.
No complains...I give her look a big thumbs-up!!

This look is missing something....can't put my finger on it..maybe some sort of accessory that would've lifted this outfit up a few bars.

THIS IS MY FAVOURITE! Look at her rock that look..literally!
Words cant describe how awesome she looks here.

Not many of us know that Demi Lovato was a victim of bullying and it got really hard for her. But, she pulled herself through it and achieved something big. She has a tattoo that is her strength.

"Stay Strong"

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Ideology is the most influential factor, which drives your work?

Everyone has ideologies. Some have an ego, which becomes their ideology. It is true that everything we do, may it be our work, lifestyle, speech and thought is driven by our ideology/ideologies. No matter how similar you think, you and your best friend are, there is always something that differentiates you both. 
I have a lot of ideologies, I can’t list them all, but I will narrow it down to two of them. First, I am NOT religious. As shocking as it may seem to some people, I am not ashamed of admitting it. Being agnostic isn’t bad. I admit that there is a force that balances everything, but not an immortal “human” who sits in the clouds to watch upon us. Anyway, the point is, I only sit for prayers because of mother’s/friends’ pressure. They find it disrespectful, mostly shocking, if I don’t keep “fasts”. Really? If I don’t want to do it, I won’t. My doing it, without believing in it, is disrespectful. Well, I also believe that whatever happens, it happens for good. I have experienced it, and I strongly feel that no matter how much you pray, nothing can change fate. If it has to happen, even god isn’t going to listen you crib about changing it.

Second, I have a soft spot for the wrinkled beggars. I don’t have the heart to ignore them, but I do have the strength to drop in some money (mostly Rs.10 or more). They are the ones who need more help, than the women walking around in the streets with children in their hands, tapping on your glass so hard it may break or the children wandering about who are shooed away from all the market areas. I have witnessed women and children sitting on the footpaths and smoking bidi, with an attitude. There have been times when I have been chased by kids who won’t leave till you sit in a vehicle. In such situations, I happen to have some food with me that I can’t finish or don’t wish to take home, so I hand it to them. The expression on their faces is unforgettable. Once a girl thanked me, after I gave her a bowl of my leftover chicken. I felt like the queen. I know I can’t do anything more but I try to do something to make me feel like I have filled someone’s stomach for a day. I don’t and never will, understand their gesture, when they beg. Do they do that because they want money to smoke bidi or food or they want both (which is never the case)? I never had the courage to ask and I think it is best not to.