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Hi! I'm Shabana. I live in Bahrain. I'm a businesswoman by day and a fitness instructor by night. I believe that dressing up is the easiest way of loving yourself, and this blog is where I journal my outfits and my life. If you'd like to know more, click on the About Me tab on top. I hope you enjoy my blog!
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Royal Blue with Peach + Travel Dilemmas, India and Weddings

Royal Blue with Peach + Travel Dilemmas, India and Weddings

The outfit post this week comes a day early {I usually post outfit posts on Mondays} as I'll be travelling the entire day tomorrow. I'm going to a few cities in India for a few days, which should be fun and a nice cheap break. 

Moving on to the outfit. I got this skirt on AliExpress thinking that it would be the same swimsuit/ neoprene material that I love so much for A-line skirts. I already have two skirts in that material {see them here and here} and I love them so much that if I had to wear just two skirts, it would be those two. This isn't the same material though. This material is a thick, stretchy material. And while it's great on its own, it doesn't have the stiffness of neoprene which makes an A-line very pronounced and doll-like on skirts. 

The problem with buying clothes online is that it always looks different and so much better on the model. This skirt looked great on the site, but when I got it, it was a bit shorter than expected. So of course, I lengthened it using a bit of lace from my mother's awesome lace shop, Lace Love.  Mom and I decided to use a lace that's in a contrasting colour to the royal blue of the skirt. So we chose a peachy one with tiny pearl beads on it that make it look so charming and old worlde. I love scalloped lace for edges, be it on a skirt hem or a dress. It looks so pretty as the scallops fall prettily and can be seen so clearly on the edging. Adding the lace made the skirt extend until my knee, making it just the length I like.

The skirt is high-waisted, with a wide waistband and a zipper at the back. I love the bright blue colour and even though the material is not what I wanted, it still is a very soft and comfortable fabric. 

I wore a soft pink tee with the skirt, and for daytime, I wore a sharp white blazer on top. I've had this blazer from Zara for ages now. I love everything about it- the thickness of the material, the sharpness of the structure, the lapel-less collar, the zipper details on the sleeves and on the faux pockets, and that it zips up completely. I love how it gives you a nipped-in waist and flares out just slightly at the ends. It's a great length as well to wear on skirts, pants and dresses. Not all jackets go with skirts as some are too long and make you look dowdy. And of course, I love that its white. There's something just so classy about a white jacket or a white tuxedo-style blazer. It just pulls everything together and looks gorgeous and fresh.

The pink of the tee is soft and dusty against the bright jewel tone of the skirt. It's so handy to have a small collection of thin t-shirts and camis that you can wear under a jacket and not feel stuffy. Also, I love the combination of dusty pink with white. It looks so chic and demure. 

I wore a tear-drop silver set of necklace and earrings to accessorize. This set is one of my absolute faves that my mom got me from India. I love anything in a tear-drop shape. The crystals in this look glam while the design around the stone add more detail. I always get compliments when I wear this set. And yes, I plan on getting more jewellery like this from India. 

I wore grey Mary-Jane heels on my feet. I love how the strap on the top makes them look preppy but the pointed toe makes them look professional and sophisticated. 

For the evening, I swapped the structured blazer for a thinner white jacket. You could also get rid of the jacket completely for the evening and stay with just the t-shirt and skirt. Swapping the heels with flats or sneakers will make the look more casual. 

Jacket: Zara, Top: H&M, Skirt: AliExpress + lace from Lace Love, Jewellery: Gifted, Sunglasses: from Italy, Watch and Bag: Parfois, Shoes: New Look 

On a personal note

I wasn't really planning on travelling anywhere this year after my trip to France and Italy in March. But I have been hankering to go to my college city for a couple of years now, so when an old school friend insisted I come to his wedding which is taking place in Pune, I jumped at the opportunity. Even though I'm originally from India, I don't feel the pull or a sense of belonging to the place, so I don't visit every year or more frequently. The last time I went was in December last year, but that was to attend another friend's wedding. But that was in Kerala, which isn't where we're from. { It's funny how that's two weddings in a short space of time for a wedding-hater like me.} Although I do have sweet memories of my college years spent in Pune and so I always yearn to return and spend some time there. 

Also, this should {hopefully} be a trip where I can relax as there's nothing else on my agenda than meeting friends and family.  After the Europe trip this year, I've come to the conclusion that I need one break in the year which is completely non-touristy. I'm an organizer and planner by nature and have a hyperactive personality. So when I plan a holiday, I commit myself to waaaaay too many things. I want to visit every temple, museum, monument and palace. I always come back more tired than I was before I went and needing a vacation from my vacation! 

Although I've told myself to not pack so much into my next travel itinerary, I get the feeling I'll forget all that when the next trip comes round and again I'll want to see and do evvvvvverrrrything. So maybe the solution for me is to take a break where I've already seen the country and don't have much to do, so I'm forced to relax. Maybe. 

I write about travelling and money management in my book, Loving Yourself In Style, if you ever wonder how I travel so much and how I manage my expenses. In the book, I also talk about chasing your dreams and becoming the Authentic You you were always supposed to be. It's an easy-to-read, straightforward book filled with pretty illustrations done by me. Because it's always nice to read a book with pictures, isn't it?

Until next time,

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When I started going to the gym, I weighed 54 kg and I was a size bigger than the size I am now. After a few months of regularly attending group fitness classes, I was a size smaller but my weight had gone up to 62 kg. Right now, my weight is still 60-something kg {I haven't weighed myself in ages, I pop onto a scale for fun when I see one at a gym or at a friend's house} and I absolutely don't care about sharing what I weigh because I know that this number means nothing in terms of fitness and health.

I explain why, below.

The weighing scale is not an accurate representation of what's happening in your body, your health, your wellness and how fit you are. In fact, it's not a representation at all. A standard scale is the measurement of only one thing- your total body weight. It's simply a number showing how heavy you are. And how heavy you are has nothing to do with how fit you are.

The three components of weight

Our body weight is made up of three things- muscle mass, fat, and water. What we want to do to get fitter, or lose weight {the term "lose weight" is used here to denote becoming thinner and fitter} is to reduce fat and water weight, and increase muscle mass. What a lot of people don't understand is that when you start an exercise program, you start to make your muscles denser and heavier. A muscle that weighs 5 kg takes up less space than fat weighing the same. So you might be getting thinner, but your weight might actually increase instead of reducing. And then when you get on the weighing scale to measure your progress, you feel completely demotivated!

Remember, fat takes up more room than muscle. So you could be getting thinner but your weight will go up.

Water weight is also something a lot of people don't consider. Lots of times, people begin drastic unhealthy diets to lose weight and they shed 4 or 5 kilos in a month or even sooner. They become very happy and continue, and then realize that they can't lose any more weight or that they're becoming weaker/ unhealthier. This is because they started to lose water weight when they started their crazy dieting and extreme exercise. I can't tell you how many demotivated students have told me that they know someone who started X diet and lost 5 kg in a month{losing 5 kg in a month is always alarming for me as an instructor}and 5 kg the next month, while the student's weight isn't moving. And I always tell them that that diet is not healthy, and their friend probably lost water weight as that's the first thing you start to lose.

Another reason why a weighing scale is not an accurate measure of your fitness is that it doesn't show you all the improvements happening inside your body when you start to make your lifestyle healthier. It doesn't show you that your cholesterol has reduced, blood pressure is better, your heart is becoming stronger, etc. All these things will happen in a short time of you starting your fitness program, but you won't see any change in your shape and your weight. But these are such significant changes and even more important than what you look like physically.

Also, ladies, when you're near or have your period, you'll weigh more as we tend to retain more water during that time. Simply put, our weight fluctuates. You might weigh yourself in the morning and then again in the evening and find your weight shows a difference of 2 kg. You obviously can't put on 2 kg of fat from morning to evening!

How to measure progress without a weighing scale?

Now you're probably wondering how do you know if you're on the right track if you don't get on a weighing scale? Well, there are lots of ways.

You could get your measurements checked on a body composition scale. Such a scale shows you exactly how much water, fat and muscle mass is in your body. It shows you the percentages of each. If you're on a good workout program. you'll notice water and fat percentages go down, and muscle mass increases over time. When I started going to the gym regularly, I used to get a body composition analysis done every month to check my progress. It really helped as I could see what percentage of muscle I had increased, and the percentage of body fat I had. NB: A percentage of 20% body fat is optimal.

Another way to measure your success is to measure in inches, not kilos. So take your body measurements with a measuring tape- your waist, hips, thighs, etc. See how much you lost in inches. Or simply, look at how your clothes are fitting you. Are your pants becoming looser? Does a tight dress not feel so tight anymore? These are the type of things you can notice.

Yet another way to measure your fitness is to check your stamina levels and overall health. You'll find yourself huffing and puffing lesser when you climb stairs. You find it easier to lift heavy objects because your muscles are getting stronger. Your energy levels are better. You're sleeping better. You find that the things that used to stress you out before, don't stress you out as much now. All these are indicators of positive change happening to your health, and these are the signs you should be looking for.

To summarize, the weighing scale is a device that will only give you a lot of stress. If you have one at home, either give it away or use it strictly only for measuring the weight of luggage. Better yet, get a proper luggage scale and throw the weighing scale one out. If it's at home, you'll always be tempted to weight yourself and get horrified when you see how much you weigh.

P.S: Never, ever, let anyone make you feel ashamed of your weight. Sometimes women like to ask questions to other women like- what's your weight? Or a man may tell you- ugh, you're so heavy. 

Remember that your weight is just a number and doesn't show how strong and fit you are, or what a beautiful, kind and compassionate human being you are. So just keep doing everything you can to be healthy, fit and a good human being, and stop looking at that weighing scale!

I would LOVE to hear your thoughts/ experiences with weight loss and fitness or any questions you may have. Leave me a comment below, after this post!

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From Hate To Love and Soothing Storms

From Hate To Love and Soothing Storms

I absolutely didn't like this material when Sajida of Saji's Couture showed it to me. I usually don't wear these kinds of prints. But when she described what kind of top she wanted to make from it, I agreed. The first version of the top had ruffles at the neck as well, which I didn't like. So Sajida changed it to the same pearls that are there on the sleeves, and I loved it.

I love the neckline with the pearls on it so much. They look so beautiful and delicate sitting perched on the top. I wish I had put my hair up so it could have been shown off better. The blue part in the print in the top with its paisley swirls gives it a retro feel, while the geometric shapes make it look modern and edgy. The pearls tie all of it together by bringing in an element of sophistication. 

My favourite part about this top, is, of course, the sleeves. You know that I'm such a sucker for dramatic and inventive sleeves, so it's not a surprise how much I love the sleeves on this top. The pearls running down vertically playing peek-a-boo is a genius way to incorporate them and add more interest. The ruffles on the end are layered and cover half your hand, making them feel so elegant and feminine. I have no idea why long sleeves that cover your hands look and feel feminine, they just do. They also elongate your arms, giving you a longer and slimmer silhouette. I love that there are different textures in this top- the silkiness of the material against the stiffness and structure of the ruffles.

I paired an A-line black skirt with the blouse. Black is always such a great contrast with bright yellow. It gives a lot of dimension to the whole look. Other than the zipper details on the belt, the skirt is plain and a safe neutral for the bright print. The A-line structure matches the shape of the bell sleeve making the look feel put together.

I wore golden accessories with blush shades to add some more soft colours to the outfit. My floral white bag matches the sleeves and the white in the top's print. I finished with ankle-strap heels in light grey. I love how preppy the heels look with their Mary Jane-ish straps. The bag and the heels add detail around the skirt and go with the details of the top. 

I always love playing with textures in an ensemble, and this look has so many different ones in it. The top has two different materials plus the pearls, and the skirt is a thick and slightly stretchy material which is an opposite of the thin and silky top. I would love to try this top with a coloured bottom, maybe in a shade of blue that brings out the blue in the print, or even white. Other contrasting colours such as forest green and deep purple would also look amazing with it. 

Top: Saji's Couture, Skirt: Bershka, Sunglasses: from Rome, Earrings: Koton, Ring, Bag: Parfois, Shoes: New Look.

I have been enjoying the thunderstorms this last week. I find storms very soothing. They always make me sleepy. I just want to be under a blanket while it pours down and you can hear thunderclaps and see flashes of lightning. This weather is so gorgeous. It's incredible how big a part the weather plays on your mood. For example, today was cool and breezy and just lovely. A day to just sit outside, feel the breeze on your face as you stare up at the clouds. I think I can start the layering pretty soon! I wore all my beautiful knits and sweaters when I was in France and Italy earlier this year, but none here in Bahrain. I hope we have a nice winter if only so that I can get to wear my winter things. I know, I'm so selfless.

I write in detail about summer wear, winter wear and basics of fashion in my book, Loving Yourself In Style. The book is about living the best life you can while looking fabulous all the time. Check it out if that sounds interesting to you and you like my straightforward and honest way of writing. And oh, it's filled with lots of pretty watercolour illustrations by yours truly.

Next week, at this time I'll be in India. I can't believe that I'll be missing this beautiful Bahrain weather, but I should have thought of that before I booked my tickets. Sigh.

Until next time,

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I'm Too Stiff To Do Yoga

I'm Too Stiff To Do Yoga

Yoga is an incredible form of exercise. It makes you stronger, more flexible and teaches you how to breathe better. Most importantly, it teaches you how to be in the moment. It's the perfect complement to weight training and cardio workouts. It relieves muscle soreness and makes your joints stronger as intensive cardio and weight workouts can have an impact on your joints.

Even with all the rage that yoga is right now, there are many who have never done it or don't see themselves ever doing it. I do think that yoga being such a big trend right now could actually be one of the reasons people don't want to do it. They see really buff men and women twisting themselves into insane shapes and doing impossible things like headstands and handstands, and they get scared.
They think that that's essentially what yoga is- being crazy flexible, having superhuman core strength and being able to balance on mountains and paddle boards.

And when I invite people to do my BodyBalance classes, they often say- I'm too stiff to do yoga. This is so far from the truth and probably perpetuated by what they're seeing on social media.

If you think you are too stiff to do yoga is exactly the reason why you should do it. You need to make yourself less stiff and make your muscles more flexible. Yoga is not about being able to twist yourself into a pretzel or do splits. Like absolutely any other exercise, it's about trying your best. That's all. If you can't touch your toes, no problem. If you can't stand too long in a warrior pose because your legs start to burn, it's no big deal.

You have to start somewhere. Even if that means you're taking a break for half the class and just breathing because the pose was too hard for you to do. Don't look at the others around you and compare yourself to them. They could have been doing it for a long time, or their body is simply more flexible than yours. Hey, I've been doing yoga since I was a teen and I still have tight hamstrings and shoulders. That doesn't make me want to give up.

When I hear someone saying they're too stiff to do yoga, it translates to me as them being too conscious to do it. That they're scared people will judge them for being so stiff. Get over your fears and insecurities of being the least flexible person in the class. Other people are not even thinking about you, I promise you. Everyone is thinking only about themselves, even if they might be looking at you.

And if you think that we as instructors are judging you, we don't. Or at least, those who do should really not be instructors. We know that it's normal people like you {and us} who need yoga the most. We're here to help you become better, not laugh at you. As an instructor, it makes me happy just to see my students trying. Even if you can't do the pose fully, it's still effective because you're trying. You're at least stretching those muscles that you've never stretched before.

Your body is not perfect and most possibly, it never will be. So don't worry about your imperfections and get into a yoga class for the benefits it gives you. Those amazing stretches in your muscles. The feeling of strength in warrior poses. Coming right into the present moment. And the quieting of the mind in the meditation/ relaxation at the end. And I promise you, you will get better. Your body will become more flexible. You'll become stronger. Your balance will become more stable, and you'll start to breathe from your belly.

So the next time you think, "I'm too stiff to do yoga.", immediately say to yourself, "And that's exactly why I need to do it."

Read more about my views on health, diet, body image, the different types of exercise, and how to get the body you love, in my book Loving Yourself In Style. Available online and in bookshops in Bahrain.

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Lavender and Black Floral + A Little Tip To Tackle Winter Blues

Lavender and Black Floral + A Little Tip To Tackle Winter Blues

A floral print is definitely not something I can stay away from, but on pants, it's irresistible. The right print, of course. There are some ghastly ones out there. *shudders* I always look for floral printed pants when I go shopping. It's very hard to find the right ones though. In any case, for me, pant shopping is very difficult with such a limited variety of shops in Bahrain. I always find it hard to find ones I like as I'm tall and have long legs, and can't be convinced yet to wear cropped pants. I like my pants as long as they'll come.

The print on this pant from H&M is so pretty, with bright yellow, orange-red and lavender flowers on a deep black background. The cut and material are something I absolutely love- a straight, narrow leg, like a bootcut. The material is thick with a little bit of stretch, and not at all hot. I have a pant similar to this one, but in white, and I love it so much I wanted one in a darker colour {or any other colour}. What I love about both these pants was that not only are they nice and long, but they had an inch of fabric folded inside the hem which I then opened up to lengthen them even more. I love the little slit on the of the side hem. It adds that little je ne sais quoi.

The best part about floral print bottoms is that you can wear so many different tops with it. You can pick out any shade from the print and find a matching a top and it'll look amazing. Or you can wear a colour that's not in the print, but it'll still look good because there are so many shades in the print and it'll contrast with the background colour. I love to pick out a printed piece from my closet, study the colours in the print, then look for a matching top/ bottom.

I wore a lavender coloured top to bring out the lavender in the pant print. I got this top made by a tailor some time back. I love the soft material and its soft colour. I decided to make a simple top with a round neck and fluted sleeves. To emphasize the bell sleeves and to hide the seam, I added a lace from Lace Love. It has tiny flowers in black which pop against the light colour and add some detail to the plain top.

My favourite part about this top is the fluted sleeves. They feel very medieval and elegant. Like I'm a damsel, but not in distress. I like how the sleeve hem is wide, but not too wide. The top has a zipper at the back for the fit to be structured. I haven't yet tried this top with a skirt or tucked into a pant, but I will, soon.

I wore chunky earrings, a delicate pendant as the top is plain and the pendant can be seen against it, and a chunky ring. I put a side braid in my hair for a clean and effortlessly chic look. I love braids for when you want to get your hair off your neck. The problem with any kind of bun is that your head starts to hurt by the end of the day and you find yourself becoming cranky because of it. Braids are great as they just nicely sit there without tugging at your scalp, and make you look all pretty and sweet.

I finished with a big black bag and lavender pumps to match the top. The shoes have an ankle strap, but it's hidden by the pant hem. I've just been falling in love with ankle strap pumps recently because of how sophisticated they look and how surprisingly comfy they are.

Top: Own Design with lace from Lace Love, Pants: H&M, Earrings: Gifted, Necklace: Gold Souk, Ring: ?, Bag: Parfois, Shoes: New Look

I'm just so excited to see the weather changing. Winds, clouds, rain. Such a welcome relief from the summer we've had. And all this affects me sartorially, of course, which makes me even more excited. I have jackets hanging in my wardrobe that are dying to come out and play. Can the layering finally begin? Just thin ones for now, at least? Or maybe I'll have to wait a few more weeks. 

These next few months are always something to look forward to, as the weather changes and we in Bahrain can finally spend more time outdoors. We just put a gorgeous swing in our balcony just last week and I'm loving sitting in it and reading late at night on the weekend, with the cool breeze blowing.

End of year always brings with it all the events and festivities which I adore. I don't go to any of them because, introvert; but I still like seeing so much happening. Then it'll be the new year with its retrospection and hope for the coming year, followed by the beautiful months of Jan and Feb when it gets the coldest, and then the fading away of winter back into summer when we have to say goodbye to the clouds and make peace with the harsh sun for the long summer months again. All of it is fun to look forward to. 

And if the coming months and time doesn't make you happy or fills you with dread for any reason- maybe you're working a job you hate, maybe this time of year makes you feel depressed- why not try and reconnect with an old passion or hobby and try doing more of it? It can be absolutely anything. My father recently took out his old book of stamps and started tinkering with it. And it made me and my brother happy to see him so happy and full of enthusiasm for something he has always loved doing but put aside. So get the stamp collection out. Start cross-stitching again. Make cosplay costumes, even if just to wear at home. Anything that you love and have always loved. Start doing it whenever you're free, even if that's just on the weekends. 

If it's something you loved as a child, even better. I find that reconnecting with things that we loved when we were children brings a special kind of joy mixed with heady nostalgia and makes it even more fulfilling. 

I talk more about chasing your passions and how to turn them into what you do full-time, through my own journey and experiences, in my book Loving Yourself In Style. Get a signed copy from me if you're in Bahrain, or pick one up from the local bookshops here. If you're not in Bahrain, get it online on Amazon in your country, Kobo or Smashwords. Tag me on Instagram with your copy! 

Until next time

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Pencil Skirts and Style Experiments

Pencil Skirts and Style Experiments

I had given up on pencil skirts a few years back. The reason was that they're usually uncomfortable as they're so body-hugging. You have to always suck in your stomach when you're wearing them {unless you're super thin or had your stomach organs removed}, and it limits the range of your stride. Annoying for a person like me who likes to walk fast. Instead, I stuck to A-line skirts.

But I got sucked in again. I kept seeing all these pictures of gorgeous pencil skirt outfits on Pinterest, and I got tempted to try one again and see if I want to get more. Which is why I got the most forgiving colour- black. And a cheap skirt from Shein when they had their free shipping offer. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on an expensive skirt only to decide that I don't want to ever wear it again. This is an experiment, after all. I wanted to wear one and see if I like wearing it. 

It's really, really hard for me to find a pencil skirt I really like. It was the same even when I used o wear them. They're either too tight or too short. It was very hard to find one that was flattering and looked elegant. What I really liked about this skirt is that it covers my knees. Also, it's a completely stretchy material. I had my misgivings about it when I was buying it from the app, but all the reviews said it was a thick material. {ALWAYS read the reviews when you're buying anything online. ALWAYS.} And they were right. It is a very thick material. So it doesn't look cheap. Plus the colour is a deep, inky black, which again makes it look elegant and expensive. The only drawback is that it doesn't have a slit at the back, so it's a bit constricting when you walk. But otherwise, it's very comfortable. 

I paired it with a peach button-down from H&M, for a striking contrast between the top and bottom. I believe H&M still have this line of shirts. They're available in several colours. I have two from this collection- one in baby blue and one in this muted peach. I love these shirts as the material, though polyester, is soft and thick. My biggest peeve with button-downs is that most times the material is thin and see-through. Because this material is soft, it looks effortless and feminine. The colour is such a gorgeous pastel shade. 

Although I have to admit that I've stopped purchasing button-downs recently. {This one is quite old. It ages very well. I've had the blue one for 3 years now and it looks new.} I realized that I got stuck in a rut of wearing button-downs and amassed a big collection. The thing is, button-downs are so easy to wear and they're perfect for looking professional. Which is how I found myself wearing them almost every day until I got sick of them. Even if I buy one now, it has to have really different sleeves or something really unique about it.

But I have always loved how a soft, slightly billowy blouse looks worn with a tighter, structured pencil skirt. Which is why I love this pairing. The contrast of shape and textures makes it so pretty and gives you the illusion of an hourglass shape even on someone with a straight frame like me.

Because the top and skirt are fairly simple and professional chic, I added some interest with nude heels with a knot detail. A gold flower ring and a crystal pendant kept the jewellery minimalistic and elegant. 

A big, boxy statement bag adds more structure to this simple outfit, and the tan colour goes with the nude shoes.

Top: H&M, Skirt: Shein, Necklace: Gifted, Ring: Damas, Bag: Parfois, Shoes: Debenhams.

Watch this space for more pairings with this skirt. As for the result of my experiment, I think I'll give them a try again. I'd love to try a printed skirt, maybe a floral print or a graphic print. IF I ever find one that I like.

What do you think? Do you like A-line skirts or pencil skirts? Or do you hate skirts altogether?

I talk in detail about fashion basics and looking after your clothes in my book, Loving Yourself In Style. Check it out on Goodreads HERE.

Until next time,

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