Do you remember that time when you brought your BFFs home and your mother pulled out an old album of your childhood photos to show them? Your friends probably made fun of you for days after that. Didn’t they? Well,
Every woman has an alter-ego. There are two sides to her stylish persona – the ‘weekday lady’ and the ‘weekend chick’. Don’t agree with us? Well, don’t you have a separate section in your wardrobe dedicated to only work-wear?
Did you know that comfort is directly correlated to fashion? In fact, one of the definitions of being fashionable is to be comfortable in your own skin. And the more confident and self-assured you are the better you will perform
The world isn’t perfect. Everything that you love won’t necessarily fit you. Especially when it comes to picking out a stylish lehenga and choli combination for your wedding or a special occasion. But that doesn’t mean you will have to
Staying on top of trends is not everyone’s cup of tea. We all lead very busy lives. Getting around to do window shopping, flipping through air-brushed magazines or even calling up your besties for suggestions – all seem like gruelling
Same old, same old! Is this how you feel when you grab an old kurta and a pair of jeans for your office or college every day? We know that traditional Indian wear is the safest bet for a simple
If you are an avid enthusiast of ethnic wear and follow the trends circulating in the fashion circle closely – we are pretty sure you know what we are talking about already. Shararas and Ghararas are back in vogue and
Kurtis are like those friends in your life who you can rely on blindly for everything. Be for a nonchalant-glam look with jeans for a casual dinner or a formal look with chic palazzos for an office meeting with a
The answer is all of them! Whether you pick a solid colour, something floral or a dupatta with lots of work on it, dupattas can be used for a variety of different occasions. While originally worn as a symbol of modesty, the dupatta is now a stylish accessory that can be worn with a number of outfits, including salwar kameezes, kurtis, ghararas and ghagras.
The phrase, less is more, is a line from Robert Browning’s poem- Andrea del Sarto. The phrase was then adopted by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1947 as an axiom for minimalist design.