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The more things change…

…The more they stay the same. For as long as I can remember, my mom would always make me drink tea at the end of my day. It didn’t matter if I came from school, or work – Tea was something that she wired into my system. Growing up in a South Asian household, you’re expected to...Continue reading

My not-so Valentine’s Day ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

A few days ago, I posted this picture with some advice on where/how to buy flowers for your significant other. The post was filled with tons of people tagging their bf/gfs asking to “take notes”. I should have taken notes my damn self before doling out the tips, because lo and behold – I was...Continue reading

Pink is the new pink

It’s Valentine’s week! Seeing as how bae day is right around the corner, it’s only right that I show you guys this super fly, super pink “Love” sweatsuit by 5ivepillars. Please just look at how dope this hoodie/sweatpant combo is! The hoodie reads “Love” in arabic and the pants have the number 5 written on them. I’ve worn this outfit out, and people have some STRONG opinions about it. They will either ask “omg where did you get that from?” or "why are you wearing a pink jumpsuit?” Lol we don’t need to worry about the latter, we’re on another wave with...

Greetings from Buenos Aires

Reporting live from Buenos Aires this afternoon. Hope everybody's week is going well! Having lived in tourist-heavy cities for the better part of my life, I've always been extra cautious to not look like one when I travel abroad. As much as I appreciate the camera around the neck with a Yankees hat combo, I try my best to not stick out like the loud American that I know I am. Enter Frank & Oak. Their timing on this collaboration could not have been more perfect. I was looking for some fall pieces to throw in my suitcase and they just launched their Fall...

Paperboy Blues

My obsession with the 1920s knows no boundaries. I loved everything about that decade. The culture, the music, and most importantly, the fashion. Suits were not just for weddings, they were the daily uniform. And they weren't the boring suits that you see today; Broad shoulders, wide lapels, bold colors were the norm. And um, people actually made time to read the paper. Squad goals for real, you guys. *sheds tear* Fortunately, there has been a renaissance of the modern gentleman within the past year with the return of the double breasted suit. You probably saw Danny Tanner and Michael...