7 ways to say YES to pink

If you’ve been in touch with what’s most happening in India, you’ll know that Pink is the flavour (colour?) of the month. We, of course, wholeheartedly approve of the sentiment it pushes and urge you to watch the film, if you haven’t already. And while we’re on Pink, here are seven ways to do so with Engrave.

If you’ve been in touch with what’s most happening in India, you’ll know that Pink is the flavour (colour?) of the month. We, of course, wholeheartedly approve of the sentiment it pushes and urge you to watch the film, if you haven’t already.

And while we’re on Pink, here are seven ways to do so with Engrave. Oh, and don’t forget, like, ever, that No means NO. No, not ‘maybe’, not ‘later’, not ‘ask me again, baby’, but NO, NO, and definitely NO.

So, be a good guy, and don’t push it. Thank you. Because if you do, you can be sure they’ll be some serious push-back.

1. Glass Apart

When you’re in a mood for some good company, garam chai, and cool conversation, consider doing it in the company of these eye-catching rose-tinted glasses from the house of Pyjama Party Studio.

2. Bucket Seats

Sitting around for gup-shup and more is way fun with a little help from these shapely cuties from Desi Jugaad.

3. Ear To Ear

Tanishka has an ear for high-fashion…and you. Come on in and check out what they have in store with us.

4. Serves You Right

The folks at Ritziness cordially invite you to introduce yourself to a line of trays that adds a touch of chic to the fine art of serving hospitality.

5. Bags Of Style

You don’t have to give an arm and a leg to turn heads. Just lend the folks at State of Play an arm, and let this little beauty do the needful.

6. Positively Pink

Welcome the right vibes into your life with this well-meaning life hack from the thought-infused stable of Rooh Wellness.

7. Lightly Dotty

Reinvention Factory shows you the stylish way to make a light impression. Turn it on.

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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