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LimeRoad.com!

A Shoot and a Give Away
LimeRoad.com, an exclusive online store has been a favorite of mine for it’s curated collections and product stories. From handpicked home decor and furnishings to carefully selected women apparel and accessories, shopping at LimeRoad.com is almost like shopping with a stylist as your personal shopper. Inspired by the 16th century Grand Trunk Road, the famed highway that changed the face of the trade in the Indian subcontinent, the team at LimeRoad.com is always on a journey to find some of the best products out there. I also love how the team has focused on creating a highly engaging experience for shoppers on the site and it’s facebook page

 

So, I was delighted when Diya Sahgal from LimeRoad.com reached out to me for their June campaign, called “Just Like You”. Thirteen women from different fields, each unique in her own right, were styled and shot in LimeRoad.com’s summer collection. With my recent obsession with six yards of gorgeousness, I chose to be styled in a beautiful raw silk saree from Desi Weaves. The shoot was a lovely experience, and kudos to Diya and her team, and the photographer Rishabh Anupam Sahay, for doing a great job! You can take a look at the campaign in LimeRoad’s inhouse online magazine.  
Give Away!
And now for the giveaway! LimeRoad.com would love to give away a credit voucher of INR 2,500 to one lucky lucky reader [anyone who resides in India or who has an address for shipping in India]. You can use the voucher to shop for anything that you desire from LimeRoad.com!
All you need to do to enter the give away:
1. Leave a comment that has one or all of these three words: Lime, Road, June! As always, leave a comment right here on An Indian Summer’s facebook page. Leave a comment on this post too to increase your chances.
2. The most creative comment wins!
3. We will announce the winner after a week – on July 1st 
That’s it! 🙂
Thank you to the team at LimeRoad.com for hosting this generous giveaway! 
[Images: LimeRoad. Creative Storyboarding: An Indian Summer]
 
 

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Comments (35)

  1. The stir(ry) ting tong of spoon
    In a glass full of lime
    The tasting of sugar to see if it’s all fine
    Do I not remember
    How the June sun made me yearn
    For a road shelter under umbrellas of lime water taverns
    The slurp of the tongue and a bottoms- up at that
    Yes, lemonade it was that lifted me to take the road ahead

  2. June up your day with summer tunes,
    Threads sing songs of flower beds…
    Swirls in Khadi, jhumkis, pearls,
    Yellow Polka dots peekaboo in curls…
    Hop on for a ride to Lime Road

  3. On a rainy day….
    My heart giggles and say
    Lets go for a walk today

    To rekindle the dying romance for a day
    To play in rain for a day
    To remember my childhood for a day
    To be a wanderer for a day

    To explore a new road on the way
    To throw all my sorrows away
    To relax and sip some Lime soda today
    To bring the freshness of June in my life, for a day

    Just for a day
    Just for a day
    I want to live it in my way

  4. Here I am on a vacation in June, sipping some lime juice in this monsoon and hoping the road ahead will lead me to your store.
    Winning it will make this trip so worth it 🙂

    I LOVE LOVE your website and it's so much fun navigating through it. Great job!!!

  5. When you set out on the journey called life, pray that the road is long,full of adventure,full of knowledge…
    At the end you will realise the beautiful voyage life has given you.

  6. JUNE looks at her favourite blog…'these are things which which help you on your way',she thinks,'things which encourage you to take the ROAD less travelled….. Yes, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade – and when its a LIME ? Make your own LIMEonade !'

  7. A Jolly June with blistering noon,
    Seems like a long road to sparkling spring.
    Add a little lime jazz and dash by unearthing virtual treasure trove.

  8. In the myriad sea of dotcoms(.coms)
    Bloomed a bud so fresh and inviting;
    Bringing the colors of the season
    To your home and life,
    An ode to the woman in you,
    Here it is LimeRoad & you!

  9. It's a lovely shop! I have already shopped from there and even the packaging was cute 🙂

    Sign me up!
    P.S You look lovely in that saree..
    mrunmayee(dot)cool(at)gmail(dot)com

  10. Swetha Kannan The summer road takes a new turn….Adieu June, as July cometh…Desires abound in all hues… red, green, lime and blue…With bated breath I wait for what's in store.

  11. Swetha Kannan The summer road takes a new turn….Adieu June, as July cometh…Desires abound in all hues… red, green, lime and blue…With bated breath I wait for what's in store.

  12. Love the new post. I was very happy to see you featured on Limeroad. I also liked how they styled you! So I wrote a haiku (warning: I am less than a dilettante) so here goes,
    Winding road –
    June wind kisses
    lime bloom

  13. Holidays in the month of JUNE
    LIME sherbet in your hand
    'An Indian Summer' on your screen
    Ahhh! On the ROAD to happiness 🙂

  14. Hum a jolly tune, after all its June, the roses are abloom and there is no gloom. What I really want is to plan a jaunt, a picnic by the sea and brew a cup of tea. Add a dash of lime, a beverage very fine, three cups for the ode and one for the road

  15. Hum a jolly tune, after all its June, the roses are abloom and there is no gloom. What I really want is to plan a jaunt, a picnic by the sea and brew a cup of tea. Add a dash of lime, a beverage very fine, three cups for the ode and one for the road

  16. Walking down the road on an Indian summer in June, the light shines bright; bringing with it the hues of the season in reds, yellows, pinks and lime!

  17. One warm day in the fine red hills, there was a man sauntering down the road. Under the heat of June, he bore only shorts, a hat, and a peculiar bright lime in his hand. He walked down a winding road and watched the heat waves dance in the distance. His ever growing thirst tortured him. With his lips cracked and his throat parched, he looked into the heavens, praying for rain. The sun crept higher into the sky as he walked. It then occurred to him to satisfy his thirst with the juice from the lime. As he scratched at the skin of the fruit, a sudden scream petrified him. The scream sounded as though it belonged to a young girl. He ran toward the source of the scream down the road. When he thought he had gone far enough, the screaming stopped and there was nothing around. It was as if it were all in his head. Mystified at the perplexing conclusion, he then peered down into his hand. To his surprise, the lime was not in fact a lime at all…

  18. Here's my contribution 😉

    On 24th June 2013, I was walking down the road of An Indian Summer's Facebook page. The creative, bold and chic way of twisting the lime things into sugar is what I love about the blogger Bhavna!

    Cheers
    Mehak