Sunday, July 27, 2014

The Black Effect!

People relate the dark hue to old school thoughts and it has been shelved for morose occasions only. No blacks at happy events, yet such shoving into an undesirable corner have not stripped “Black” from being a strong color representing ‘independent nature’. It continues to rule many hearts and is thus the favorite or one of the favorite colors of many including yours truly.
So, when I came across the prompt of #WhatTheBlack by, Blogadda, I took this opportunity to list five things from my "Black Wishlist" that keeps including items with time.

Harry Potter Robe: I’m a huge Harry Potter fan and I’ve been dying to own the props of the series, right from the elder wand to the thunderbolt, but the one that has been my favorite is the black cloak worn by the witches. It’s this clothing that sets the wizards and witches apart from Muggles (non-magic people).

Audrey Hepburn’s dress: The black Givenchy dress of Audrey Hepburn is quoted as one of the most iconic items of clothing in the history of cinema. A classy dress of a classy actress makes it a classy choice that's a must for me.

Batmobile: Since 1939, Batman’s automobile racing through the streets of Gotham city has been the sleekest and coolest one around. The concept car has captured minds with its modified features armored with gadgets fighting the baddies. It started off with a red Sedan and then turned into a black beauty and continues to be one.

Book of dead: The Book of the Dead that made its cameo in The Mummy is an ancient Egyptian Funerary Text. As I have no intentions of playing hide and seek with mummies and the curses or their afterlife journeys, I would like to get the the book used in the movie purely for its enigmatic aura.


Black Ipad: I love black gadgets, my cell phone, my watch, headphone are all black and prize them too much. And the first prize for this contest being the black Ipad… what else my 5th wish could be *winks*

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Black and How...

Black, the color of infinity, the color of eternity, the Color of the Universe has always attracted me towards its enigmatic nature. It's, perhaps, because I relate to its characteristics. It oozes discipline, radiates power; two adjectives I respect and cherish. I have many things that are black in color; from my PC to my cell phone, from my flats to my favorite pen all are black. However, there is a list of many black things that I have my eyes onHere are my beloved five items from my "Black Wishlist" :

Black Kelly bag: The epitome of beauty for me and many is Grace Kelly. Her beauty her style statement has always been an inspiration to women for years, so much so that her favorite leather Bag was named after her; The Kelly bag. What I feel it would be an absolute privilege to own one in black color and feel the enhancement in my style in a royal way.


Black (Tahitian) Pearl Necklace: A rare gift from nature, Tahitian Pearls often called Black pearls because of it's black color is highly expensive. Their beautiful dark hue makes any jewelry look royal and elegant fit for every woman. I was 15 when I came across a black pearl necklace and fell in love with it. I have been dreaming it around my neck touching my skin enhancing my beauty.


Black Diamond Ring: “Carbonado” which I prefer to call by its common name, “Black Diamond”, in the form of a ring, is another in my wish list. There have been many myths around this beauty, some good some bad for years. Some cultures say it clears the misconception between a couple and some culture state that it brings on curse. Curse or eternal love, all I see in these gems is the black beauty it radites from each piece.

Black Belt: Not the leather ones, I have a pair of them, but the one that makes you proud of the achievement that's attached to it. The Baap of all belts, the one that denotes the highest grade of Martial arts, The Black Belt.

Black complexion: Color of Kanha... color of kaali, it’s the ultimate complexion one can wish for. And I wish for this complexion for everyone on this planet and put an end to discrimination on the basis of skin color. The stupid fairness creams and moronic demand of fair brides would be off the market. Beauty lies in black and it would be all around us physically.

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