Donuts and Dresses

Now that I have joined work, the only days left to go out and get outfit pictures clicked by whatever camera is available are the weekends. SIGH!

So coming to my weekend, it started off with a blast. An afternoon at Peter Cat full of Sizzlers, Chelo Kebabs and Screw Drivers followed by indulging our sweet tooth at The Donut Baker. The weather added to the Park Street charm and the fact that this happens to be my very first weekend after work made it even more special.






I’m wearing:

  • Mid-length dress: A local boutique
  • Wedge heels: Catwalk
  • Butterfly neck-piece: Gariahat
  • Sling bag: Gangtok

I still have one more day left to my weekend (Yaays!). So let me sign off and start making my Sunday to-do checklist. Keep looking out for more posts. Till then, have a great weekend!



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