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“Clothes are not going to change the world, the women who wear them will.” -Anne Klein
The spring 2018 runways were awash with shades of white, from ivory and eggshell to cream and vanilla. The clean-slate color may seem a little intimidating at first with all the potential for coffee spills, ketchup drips, and lipstick smudges but as you’ll see ahead, it’s easier to wear an all-white outfit than you think.
Consider the LWD (the little white dress) as your LBD’s (the little black dress) carefree little sister: equally classic, but lighter, carefree, and altogether more appealing when the weather warms up.
This season may well be ruled by pastel hues, but the versatility of white — both when worn all over or as the stand-out piece in your get-up — ensures that it’ll hold a firm place in your wardrobe this spring. Plus, much like black, it goes with nearly every print, color, and texture out there.
My Styling: Yes, you can wear this embroidered high low silhouette without any doubt of going wrong! Balanced with ladylike touches. The outfit reads more sexy and sophisticated than sweet.
Whether you’re headed for the beach or the city streets this summer, there’s something about this all-white ensemble that keeps things simple, yet chic, and is an easy way to look fresh all season long.
Photographed by: Saumya Singh
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I’m back with the new blog post. Sorry for being not posting from long.
“Womanist is to feminist as purple is to lavender.” -Alice Walker
Following a froggy-green 2017,Pantone released its colour of the year for 2018, and it’s . . . Ultra Violet! The news shouldn’t come as a complete surprise if you’ve been following the runway trends from Fashion Week.You must have seen a variety of purple hues from designers, most notably lavender touches for Spring/Summer 2018, and it won’t be long before every fashion girl finds a way to incorporate the colour into her clothing.
According to Pantone, Ultra Violet “communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.” This sounds pretty accurate to us as we head into the new year. For those who simply can’t wait to try out the trend, we found 11 easy outfits to re-create right now.
My Styling: I chose this gorgeous lavender coloured jumpsuit and didn’t accessorise it because some jumpsuits need literally no accessory at all. Jumpsuits are, without a doubt, a statement style. The head-to-toe, all-in-one garment creates a striking look that moves beyond a simple dress or pants and top combo, and into more fashionable territories. And why not to style colour of the year in the a statement piece of clothing which by the way is in trend this season.
Tip: If you don’t like wearing sleeveless jumpsuits. No worries! You don’t need to be heartless, layer it with a long-sleeved top underneath or a shrug or jacket above it.
Photographed by: Saumya Singh
I’m sure you can dig up countless baby photos of yourself dressed adorably in polka dots. When you retired those little ruffled dresses and fabric, bow-adorned headbands, I bet you thought you were done with the playful print. Blame it on the resurgence of ‘80s trends (women wore plenty of voluminous, full-sleeved minidresses splashed with the pattern during the decade), but polka dots are back.
I spotted them all over the streets at Fashion Week from New York to Paris, and now itching to get my hands on the modern silhouettes that will help me pull off the look in the most sophisticated way. Ahead, read on for a handful of solid tips for styling (and layering!) your dots this season, then shop some standout designs that will get you noticed in the best way.
My Styling: The top is most definitely a ‘grown up’ style thanks to the on trend tie up detail and crop length. It’s ladylike and demure, while still allowing you to show off your playful side thanks to the fun print. I team my pink polka top with a high waisted pants to elevate the look.
When wearing polka dots, avoid any accessories with heavy prints or patterns – polka dots are one print which do not like to share the limelight!
Photographed by: Saumya Singh
Hello friend, I’m back with another post. Wishing you all a very Happy Holi and Stay Rangeen!!
“Holi is a special time of the year to remember those who are close to our hearts with splashing colours!”
Vivid hues taint the sky as India ushers in the season of spring with the kaleidoscopic festival of Holi. The vibrant festival is known by a variety of names depending on which region you visit.
Holi is a festival of colours, and playing Holi without colours would be like eating food without any taste. You may buy natural and herbal colours, but other people around you may not be so conscious about the quality of colours they use, and play with–and that can affect your skin by leaving colour stains on your body for a long time.
But before other people colour you green and pink, have a look at these natural and easy ways to get rid of post-Holi colours.
1. The Magic of Lemon
Mix lemon juice with equal amount of honey, and apply it all over your face and body. Leave it for 15 minutes and then apply plenty of moisturiser after that.
2. Homemade Packs
There are always some magic ingredients in your kitchen. You can make a highly-effective pack with curd, besan or gram flour, turmeric, olive oil and lemon juice.
3. Coconut oil
Applying coconut oil before and after playing with colours helps remove them easily.
4. Hair care
In case you are having trouble in removing colours from your hair, take one tablespoon of lemon juice and mix it in a cup of curd. Apply this mixture on your scalp and rinse it. Another way to say good bye to the colour which has made its way in your hair is to massage egg yolk onto your scalp for at least 30 minutes.
HAPPY HOLI !!
Stay Rangeen !!!
Photographed by: Prateek Khatri