Photographs by Kriti Mamgain.

Disclaimer: The contents of this article have got very little or nothing to do with it’s accompanying images.

We have all faced a writer’s block and will face it from time to time for the rest of our lives. This isn’t just intended for writers, it is for anyone…everyone for what is writer’s block? It is basically the mind going blank. It is us running out of our creative juices, mostly, when we need it most.

(Read: Murphy’s Law).


A few unfortunate cases of the mind going blank are when you are about to reach the deadline of your essay or, like in my case, when you have to write an article for the blog and just cannot think of anything.


Every time I do a shoot, I don’t necessarily have a theme in mind. While I try to always carry concept in every post, sometimes, I just shoot because I feel that I need to share an outfit or an accessory or even a place.


So as I was thinking of how to present this particular outfit in words, all that was going through my mind were two words – Writer’s Block. Since these two words weren’t allowing me to think of anything else on this lovely Sunday morning, I made it today’s theme.


And now this block has turned into an experience, hopefully a good one, from me to you. Food for thought?


I know it is easier said than done, but what’s the harm in trying…it is definitely better than getting frustrated by black spaces.


Yeah, so today’s outfit is one of the most airy outfits ever. It is a dress that takes A-line to the extreme! A cusp of formal and ‘it’s June so I refuse to wear clothes’, I don’t know what these kind of dresses are called.


It is made from very light, slightly sheer cotton with a floral print. The print is conventional and the cut isn’t. And that is why it stands out. I paired it with oxidised silver jhumkas and maroon strap sandals. This outfit is a mix of a lot of concepts and somehow it works.