Akanksha Sinha – “Stylebee is about changing the way the world perceives that strength

“This is a story of a small town girl with dreams in her eyes that were bigger than her town. This is a story of the will power and perseverance of a corporate woman that marked her presence in the competitive and chauvinistic “men world”. This is the story of a wife who happily compromises with her career growth so that her husband could get his dream job. This is not a story of multiple women of different characters but this is the life story of every single women who refuses to fit in the boxes made by the society for her. This is the story about breaking the stereotypes associated with women. This is my story… I invite you all to peep into my small and stylish world.

Akanksha Sinha – Stylebee Contestant

Being a 90’s Indian kid, I grew up watching those cliched soap operas that portrayed women as the biggest enemy of each other. I always used to wonder that why is it always that the overly dressed up woman is vamp and why the *good* ladies never get good clothes to wear. Why the female protagonist give up her dreams and instead become a ill treated house wife. Why the women who fights are only those who are bad. Why there isn’t any righteous fight fought for the actual *rights*. I never got the answer that time.

But now I think I know the answer and it’s simple yet very complicated. For me the answer is stereotypical

Being a society which is struggling for the balance between modernization and culture, for some it becomes almost natural to assign tags and labels to people on the basis of their certain behaviours or preferences.

Akanksha Sinha – Stylebee Contestant

But for some like me, it is about finding the balance by breaking those walls of criticismand paving their path their own way where no preoccupied notion gets a room. Style is a simple way of saying complicated things- Jean Cocteau
Here is a small poetic effort to showcase that to you all…
*Being me*
As a High school kid, when I went school with gloss on my lips, how this made me bad, my teacher gave me hundred tips. When I got my name in the district merit list in the same year. I became the best student suddenly.. and she behaved like I was so dear.
When on my college freshers..
I wore my mum’s silk saree
The girls there found it so small town and over girly…
When I wore my golden dress.. on my college dj party.. Those same girls now called it slutty. When I chose corporate over science the society called me foolish. When I chose my career instead of marriage they called me cunning and selfish
On weekends, When I drink with my husband in a late night pub, my colleagues notice me and taunt that some marriage are just parties and clubs.

After a hectic day at work .. when I go to temples and shopping with my beloved in laws, my friends wonder how I could live with them even without seeing their flaws.
This story can go on and on and on. But this is not a plea or something I moan. It’s just a message to the world loud and clear. Draw all the lines that you want for me here and there. I will no more cross your lines but wipe them off without any mercy or fear and for one last time let me tell this to you very straight. You can’t build the walls for me as I live in the castle that I myself create.

@ STYLEBEE
Stylebee isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. Stylebee is about changing the way the world perceives that strength” – Akanksha Sinha

“But for some like me, it is about finding the balance by breaking those walls of criticismand paving their path their own way where no preoccupied notion gets a room. Style is a simple way of saying complicated things- Jean Cocteau Here is a small poetic effort to showcase that to you all… *Being me* As a High school kid, when I went school with gloss on my lips, how this made me bad, my teacher gave me hundred tips. When I got my name in the district merit list in the same year. I became the best student suddenly.. and she behaved like I was so dear. When on my college freshers.. I wore my mum's silk saree The girls there found it so small town and over girly… When I wore my golden dress.. on my college dj party.. Those same girls now called it slutty. When I chose corporate over science the society called me foolish. When I chose my career instead of marriage they called me cunning and selfish On weekends, When I drink with my husband in a late night pub, my colleagues notice me and taunt that some marriage are just parties and clubs. After a hectic day at work .. when I go to temples and shopping with my beloved in laws, my friends wonder how I could live with them even without seeing their flaws. This story can go on and on and on. But this is not a plea or something I moan. It's just a message to the world loud and clear. Draw all the lines that you want for me here and there. I will no more cross your lines but wipe them off without any mercy or fear and for one last time let me tell this to you very straight. You can't build the walls for me as I live in the castle that I myself create. @ STYLBEE Stylbee isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. Stylbee is about changing the way the world perceives that strength.” – Akanksha Sinha. #instagrammers #igers #instalove #instamood #instagood #like #follow #comment #shoutout #photography #iphoneography #androidography #filter #filters #hipster #contests #photo #igaddict #photooftheday #insta #picoftheday #bestoftheday #instadaily #instafamous #popularpage #popular

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