When it comes to road rules, in India, there are no rules. As our driver said, you need three things: a good horn, a good break and lastly, the most important of all, good luck. During the road trip from New Delhi to Agra, I saw four accidents over the span of five hours. Traffic lights are very rare here. Also, everyone honks like mad. They use their horns to communicate to one another. Even trucks have signs “Blow Horn Please” painted on the back. I’ve been using the ear plugs I got from the plane whenever I’m inside the car and let me tell you, they’re a godsend!
Three necklaces (one used as a headband) from New Delhi, sunglasses from Miu Miu, black top from Uniqlo, belt from Kenzo, trousers from a market in Jaipur, bracelets from Hermes and Morocco, shoes from Morocco, bag from Mark Cross
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I’ve been dressing for comfort the past week due to our tour schedule. I didn’t want to scare our guide and everyone else in India but now that I have lots of free time for myself (as in I’m done going to monuments and sightseeing etc), I can finally play with clothes and accessories and start dressing like a christmas tree once again. It’s all about colours and prints people, colours and prints! I bought this hand-stitched shawl from a market stall in Jaipur (they wanted 2,500 rupees for it and I got them to sell it to me for 800). I used it as a turban but I’m gonna bring it to a tailor somewhere and turn it into a top. It’s amazing.
Trousers and shawl used as turban from Jaipur, necklace from a market stall in New Delhi, floral shirt from H&M, belt from Hermes, sunglasses from Miu Miu, sandals from Marc by Marc Jacobs
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