Story of my Bows!

BowsHair Bows have always held my fascination! A little(or super big) bow clipped on your hair just makes the world such a happier place! I pride myself on having a sharp eye to walk past a store and pick the best bows on the shelf. Bows cast an irresistible charm on me and I find it impossible to not buy one every time I go shopping. This has attributed to me having a little collection that I value so very dearly!Every bow has a small story associated with it, and this makes them even more special.

When I wasn’t able to  find the kind of bows that I had in mind, I decided to make them on my own. The pink brocade bow  was the one I made to accompany my traditional Indian wear, because my hair missed being adorned by a bow whenever I wore those kind of dresses. It was the first one I made and there has been no stopping after that. This helped me add so many more to my collection.

I have to confess that the red glittery bow was the one I found fallen on the street while I was travelling within the US. The bright sunny day made the bow glitter like the most precious treasure! I looked around if anyone had dropped it but mid way I had a strong desire to keep it for myself, so I just pocketed it! I really love the bow and it goes well with so many of my dresses. I believe it was fallen there just for me! The brown bow was a gift from a friend who knows my immense love for bows

Bows have the magical ability to make a bad hair day a good hair day, and when I have one myself, I just need to slide open my drawer, look at my pretties in their little boxes, clip one on and walk with the gait to take on the world.

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15 comments

  1. I love each n every piece in ur collection .. N Now that u’ve learnt to make bows m sure u’re gonna make a plenty of them for ur frnz too :*

  2. I really love your blog, your posts are all so beautiful! I just followed you, it would be great if we can support each other 🙂 I am so glad I got to discover you ❤

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