Game on – series 2 – Fashionista

Game 2- created by A Guy Called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip!

I would love to say Rory is very innovative and love the idea of games he come up with. Specially efforts made by him to bring bloggers together and know each other well.

This twice weekly game will  be of 21 questions or in truth 16 flexi questions, because there will be five permanent that must stay in place at all time.

But apart from those 5 permanent questions, should you choose to reblog, then you can change any of the other 16 questions or create 16 of your own, that’s down to you, however you must stick to the Daily Topic Subject.

The Rules …

1] Leave the Permanent Questions [PQ] always in place PLEASE.

2] Reblog should you so desire

3] If you do reblog, a ping back would always be welcomed so l don’t miss it.

4] This is a non tagger/non nomination game.

Today’s questions are perhaps a little bit more taxing, however, this is the way of life as we know it, and there is never anything wrong with a little bit of thought provocation is there ?


Daily Topic Subject – Fashionista!

Q1] How important is colour in your life?

A colour plays a very important role in my life as it displays my emotions, mood, feelings and my state of mind.

Q2] What is most favourite colour to wear?

For me love to wear different colours but Pink, Red, Black are my favourite.

Q3] Is there a colour that you wear that brings the best out in you and in others – in so far as compliments?

Pink is the colour that comes best out of me and recently in a function got many compliments. It highlights my complexion.

Q4] Are you a person who likes to overdress for the day or are you a follower of the credo, less is more?

I don’t like to overdress. I am a person who dresses  according to the occasions. But at the end of the day I love to dress where I am looking pretty and confident.

PQ5] What are five of your best items of clothing that you simply couldn’t be without? [and l don’t mean underwear/socks]

Denims, Comfortable top, Light jacket, Pajamas, T-shirt.

6] Do you dress for the season, as in colour wise, or just throw on whatever is warm and practical?

I am practical and goes for the colour and dress that looks good on me.

PQ7] If you were going for an evening out and the dress code was ‘smart casual’ what is your ideal outfit and why?

Either I would love to wear my favourite Blue colour Mango dress or Denims with Top and high pony.

Q8] If you were having to attend an important meeting or appointment and the dress code was smart – what would your outfit be then?

Formal Pants and Shirt

Q9] How many pairs of shoes do you own, and what is the breakdown [as in casual, smart, evening, leisure]

Have number of footwear, specially heels as I have tiny feet so have to keep stock when I visit my homeland.

Q10] Do you have classic clothing, or classic items in your wardrobe that you have had for years and never go out of fashion if so name three?

I don’t wear traditional dresses much. Only on special occasions.

  • Kurti with narrow pants / with or without long scarf.

Q11] Are you into plain colours, wild colours or outlandish designs or a mixture and which do you favour more?

I go for plain colour with simple designs. Mixture I try only if I am able to handle the colour.

PQ12] Do you have a favourite quote with regards fashion or design – if so what is it?

”What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when humans contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language.”

Q13]  Knee high socks, ankle socks, shin socks or no socks?

If I am wearing shoes than love to wear ankle shoes.

Q14] Can you see the connection between colour and music and if so does it influence your dress code for the day in any way?

Definitely Colour and music have strong connection as it depicts powerful emotions and memories. Not always but sometimes it does affect my mood.

PQ15] If you are going out somewhere special and want to listen to some music to put you in the mood whilst getting dressed up, what do you listen to? [Provide link please]

Dirty Dance  its my favourite song when I am getting ready for my husband.

Q16] How often do you buy new clothing for the season or the year?

Every 6 months and sometimes I just grab when I am in a need f new clothes.

Q17] Remember tie-dye from the 70’s was it a thing you followed, bought into or worse, how do you feel about it now?

I really love tie and dye. It’s popular in my land too. Though have never worn tie and dye clothes but vibrant colours attract me a lot.

Q18] What is the brightest coloured item of clothing you have in your wardrobes/drawers?

Red dress which I recently wore on my Birthday.

Q19] What is the most expensive item of clothing that you have in your How often do you actually wear it?

Winters Adidas Jacket

PQ20] Are you deleting any questions, if so which ones?

I would love to keep the same questions for the readers who wish to play the game. I really found the questions very interesting.

Q21] Is being ‘fashionable’ important to you, or is being comfortably attired  more so?

For me fashion is what suits me well and should look elegant on me. More importantly I should be comfortable in what I am wearing. Decent and classy.

23 thoughts on “Game on – series 2 – Fashionista

  1. What a lovely interview! I appreciated the frankness of your answers as much as the relevance of Rory’s questions. I really like the pragmatic and functional side with which you approach fashion and the way you apply it in your everyday life. I am a little bit more playful with my wardrobe but I took great pleasure in reading you. Nice to meet you by the way, Tanvir. I will take the time to explore your blog more in the next few days. I must thank Rory for forwarding your interview.

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