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What I wore for Women's day.

I work in a school and my department consists of only the teachers who teach Junior College i.e. 11th and 12th. One would expect the teachers of the senior most department to be all prim and proper and well, boring, but my colleagues are far from that!! Really Far... They are the most fun bunch of people and it is a joy to work with them.
Occasionally (read -very often) to break the monotony and add some spice we decide to do something different. This usually involves food. (They are all foodies!!) Either we have a theme lunch like all chaat, all items made of bread, or a fruit party and we split the work amongst us. Those who can't cook and bring pool in for the raw material Sometimes we just order in.
As we are the kind of people who party even without a reason, Women's' Day gave us a reason to celebrate!!

The plan was a simple one- a fruit chaat party. Nobody had to bring anything from home we just bought everything from nearby.

However things took a different turn at school. We entered to be greet by charts and balloons made the boys. This was followed by a small program with a poem, a video presentation, and some fun activities for us and the girls. Aren't our boys just the sweetest. Once all this was done we realized that none of us had brought lunch so we ordered from outside Oh! What a lunch! Fried Rice and Gobi and fruit salad :)

Ok I've digressed waaay to far. The dress code was pink. I don't own baby pink (I don't know why) so I wore magenta (Hey it is a shade of pink, okay)
A simple off white sleeveless kurta, and a magenta patiala and dupatta.

Off White Kurta from Soma
Patiala and dupatta from Big Bazaar.
Multi colour finger rings from Ayesha
Bangles from Max

What did you do for Women's Day?

miss kays