| The one with the Makeover |

Isn’t it sorta funny that no matter how much good we might be surrounded with we can’t help but constantly let ourselves be nagged by the evil? We keep cribbing about how imperfect our childhood was or our present is and that nothing can be done about the future. Don’t tell me you haven’t been there! Why can’t we simply focus on the better things in life? Interestingly the people who put you off today will tomorrow become one of the reasons for you to be able to climb up those stairs. So fuck ‘em all and swag mode on. B) There’s no way I’m getting over this word anytime soon. #Swag 😛

Caitlyn Jenner showing the world how one breaks the Internet. (Picture Source: Instagram)

To be able to be born in a body as that of your mind is a privilege which not all of us have. And to be able to finally celebrate the oneness of your soul and your body is a feeling beyond ecstasy. Bruce Jenner’s makeover into Caitlyn Jenner is one of the most dynamic expressions of freedom and I couldn’t be any happier for her. Sometimes a little change here, a little change there and that’s all that it takes to transform an individual from drab to fab. That’s exactly the kind of happiness I felt when one night I made it a point to talk to myself about my displeasure with my sexuality. Night after night I untied every knot of discomfort and confusion and by the end of it all it felt like I’d gifted me a new life. A life much more dignified than the one that had the ability to strangle me to death. Sometimes all that you need is a vision. The idea of a possibility that yes, it indeed can happen and I can have it too, because I deserve happiness as much as everyone around me does. Moving on to a makeover I did back in April as one of my tasks for KOOVS. Taking some serious inspiration from the Spring/Summer 2015 trends I mixed suit separates with brick colored (shades of red) chino shorts. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the jacket is all pin-striped. To make the color pop out, I’ve stuck to a crisp white shirt and a black blazer which makes the entire look classy while keeping it minimal. For shoes I wanted to experiment with something other than loafers or black formal platform shoes. So I made Masroor wear a slick pair of black sneakers keeping in mind the casual look. The classic Lennon glasses round up the look. I had a lot of fun doing pictures for this task. Masroor was an absolute natural when it came to posing for the camera. This was my fifth task and by this time I had had a better understanding of clothes and styling than the time I had started. I hope you guys like the styling. Here’s how it all looked in the end:






Peace in.

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