A day well spent is a day spent shopping. I’m not a shopaholic, but I revel in the serotonin rush brought about by the signature aroma of a showroom and the joy of adding a new member to my wardrobe. I live in Bombay, and one of the most common dilemmas I face when shopping is the smallest size being too long or too roomy for my frame. I’m about 5 feet tall, and a size XS because that’s the smallest usually available in India. I wear 26 size jeans and size 4 shoes. My size is always the smallest size in store. Like all petite women, I love the feeling of being in high heels.

Indian women have always been celebrated for their curves. There exist several blogs, magazines, columns and the like dedicated to fashion that flatters the bodies of hatte-katte women from khaata-peeta families. These are some delicately tongue-in-cheek North Indian terms for women from food-loving, generically plus sized families or communities.

However, among the vast majority of curvy women in our diverse culture curry, walk a group of petite sized women with tiny frames and dainty, slender proportions. It’s a big turn off when the lovely garments sold by leading Indian and international brands look great only on bodies of display window mannequins that tower above us.

This fashion blog is tailor-made for all petite sized fashion lovers, to help them with their quest for fashion that fits and flatters their coveted figures instead of overbearing petite frames and making them feel like a clothes hanger. If you’re a petite sized shopper who loves plus sized shopping bags just like I do, you’re on the right webpage.

 ;-) Happy Surfing!


2 Responses to “About”

  1. SunnyFL April 14, 2014 at 8:36 pm #

    You are not alone! I’m shoe size 3 and found http://www.petite.shoes/ as the most nice site to buy my small size heels and http://www.nordstrom.com for my petite clothes.

    • Oorja April 14, 2014 at 8:55 pm #

      Wow that must be a challenge 😀 Thanks a lot Sunny ^_^ I’m definitely checking these out :’) ♡ xoxo

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