Fascinating Kids Wear

Kids are messengers of God. When parents decide to drape them in cute attire and smart festive colours highlight the aspect of magical exuberance and cultural inclination in their upbringing. Parents who prefer to dress kids in traditional and indo-western attire must be careful about choosing authentic fabrics so that the kids grow in an environment of trust and faith. Not long ago, a report had stated how American adolescents grew to be loud and violent when they were dressed ruggedly in their toddler years. Cute clothing lines for kids reflect the mood of their parents as well. A vibrant colour kurta pyjama would reflect the forwardness of the family values. We throw some hint to help parents choose the best in contemporary designs in kids wear.

Go for the best in Ethnic wear

Make your little angels look dapper cool in ethnic Indian wear. Highlight the fashion sense with stylishly tailored kurta pyjama. Since pastel shades and darker shades would bring out the innocence of the age, transform the kids into icons with this fabulous idea. They are likely to look forward to adult dressing etiquettes as that is what catches their eyes in the first place. A cute pink turban with golden sparkles shining their way through will definitely make him popular among friends.

A waist coat to complement the kurta will extend a sense of security and protection against the coldness of dark winter nights. Best for formal outings as well as festivals, ethnic designs have their own elemental elegance going for kids of all age and gender.

Play around the idea with some vibrant characters like Disney cartoons and funny theme to go with the traditional concept. Allow them to sneak into the world of leather footwear with Juttis and boots.

Let them walk the alleys in indo western dress

Indo-western dresses have always been a massive craze among the fashion category of this age group. Most parents prefer to buy such dresses as a reflection of their popular music icon or a movie star. Black is the colour of easy picking as it can goes with kids of all age group. Numerous pranks have been pulled off successfully by kids who took a hilariously smart liking for Hawaiian shirts and panama hats. Canvas shoes with rollicking corduroy trousers continue to be the most memorable account of most adults now. Why not explore with this fabric over summer collection from branded companies.

Experiment a lot with Comfort wear for kids

For kids who hate to wear full sleeved shirts and full length trousers can be kept interested in fashion with stylishly tailored vests and cargo trousers. Flatter the public with special edition sequin embroidery and smart artistry of traditional beading on the sleeves and back. The most fascinating aspect of dabbling in kids wear is that it goes well with both male and female child with equal grace.

Parents must keep in mind that childhood is one age bracket that will always be fascinated with jazzy and starry clothing. Maintain a fine line between fashion trend and comfort dressing.

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How to Choose a Perfect Wedding Saree for Your Body Type?

Weddings are an important occasion for us. Needless to say, we all wish to look good and simply stand apart from the crowd on that day. In order to look our very best, it is imperative that we choose a wedding saree that will suit our body type and personality. Remember the wedding wardrobe can either make or break your dream wedding, so ensure that you choose it with lots of thought and care. It is vital to understand each one of us has unique body type and needs to dress up accordingly.

Here are ways of choosing 9 yards for your wedding depending on your body type.

Pear Shaped Body:

If you have a pear shaped body then your bottom is heavy in comparison to upper part of your body. Ideally, you should opt for fabrics like chiffon or georgette that are figure clinging and will give your body a much desired attractive look. Stay away from buying mermaid cuts for the wedding day as it would accentuate your heaviest part of the body and draw unnecessary attention to it. You can drape your saree in the Seedha Pallu drape that will make your body look proportionate. Depending on your height go for small prints and designer 9 yards with borders.

Apple Shaped Body:

If all the fat in your body is concentrating near your midriff then you have an apple shaped body. Hence, a lot of extra care and time needs to be devoted to pick up the best wedding clothes for you. Try out clothes with beautiful borders and embroidery. No matter, which way you might drape it ensure that your stomach and waist line is covered. In fact, you can just solve your problem by opting for a longer blouse like Rajasthani women wear. It will cover your problematic area. Also, try draping you’re a bit higher to create the same effect. You can opt for silk, crepe or any other heavy fabric. The idea is to abstain from materials like net that are translucent in nature. For creating a dramatic look you can wear Ulta Pallu with a contrast blouse.

Overweight:

If you are overweight and planning to drape an elegant saree on your wedding then the first thumb rule is to stay away from fabrics like cotton that are stiff in nature. These fabrics will not mould as per your body type and will stand out as a sore thumb. To get a balanced look try and choose chiffon or silk sarees that will create the illusion of a body line. Try and opt for dark colors. If you want to look ethnic then go for handloom woven ones that will also look good on you. To camouflage your fat, you can wear a full sleeve blouse.
Remember irrespective of what you wear and how you wear? Clothes have to be worn with an attitude and a big smile to look your best in your wedding saree.

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2014 HAS NEW RULES FOR COLOR-BLOCK

Something that has really caught our attention lately is the COLOR BLOCK trend – combines the use of two or more blocks of color in an ensemble.  Though its not a new species, but this season it has come with few new combinations. In this block, we will help you understand 5 new color-combinations to be worn in 2014.  Continue reading

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MARGE SIMPSON’s INDIAN MAKEOVER!

Alexsandro Palombo has given famous cartoon Marge Simpson a grand makeover. He has given her looks of Princess Kate Middleton, Princess Diana, Audrey Hepburn, Playboy looks, Marilyn Monroe, and many other famous looks that marks the fashion history. Soon after this, all we thought of was to see Marge in Bollywood’s iconic looks. Starting from one of the best Indian movies – Mughal E Azam (1960), we have found out 6 such famous looks. Can you imagine Marge Simpson in these following iconic outfits?? Continue reading

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Learn From India’s Most Famous Girl: What Prints to Wear Coming Season

When recently Mrs. Marge Simpson was given a makeover, we thought of doing the same with India’s long-time most famous Pretty Girl. No, we aren’t talking about any Bollywood Diva or model, but our very own Amul’s utterly butterly Girl! The reason behind choosing her is her personal ultimate trend of wearing head-to-toe prints.

Scroll down and see a series of makeovers she has undergone and take a cue from her what prints are going to rock the coming year! Continue reading

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10 Tricks To Look Slimmer This Festive Season

Come November and Bridal-cum-Party season is here. And so is your dieting regime. Every woman out there wants to look slimmer than the usual size. There is nothing to shy about it and let’s face it; we have limited options to look this way. So, here we bring you few tricks that are not only smart but easily applicable.

1. Get a Fusion Skirt: Those with broad thighs and bottoms wear this style to lend an illusion of longer legs. Designer Shouger Merchant says, “Pick a straight Lehenga with lots of kalis.” Don’t wear a heavy kurti or blouse. Continue reading

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Let High Couturiers Dress You Up For Festival.

Confused what to wear on Diwali? These designers know what will look good on you this festive night. With experiments worth trying and colors that will make a statement on this darkest night, we bring to you our collection in accord with these designers’ interviews.

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How to make festivals fashionable: Next Generation Ethnic Trends

With each passing Fashion Weeks, we have come across designs that leave us wondering. Mixing of western trends into ethnic wear has taken a new turn, especially in Traditional Ethnic Wear. Their new look is awesome. Something daring. Absolutely for the youth! Below are 12 mixes that are on the world fashion-charts. Explore them, try them, shop them and give your wardrobe a super electric makeover.

1. Order! Order! : Wearing a Lawyer’s neck might be your last thought until you find this fashionable Salwar-Kameez. Continue reading

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TREND REPORT: Autumn/Winter 2013-14

Let us become your guide to the selected hottest trends from the world famous runways of New York, Milan, London, Paris and Delhi. Below are the trends that are now going to be in vogue and also outfits from Indian Wedding Saree which showcase these trends.

1. Candy Coats: Winters are more colorful this time round. the delicious candy hues can be embraced in coats even with traditional wear. How cool, right! Continue reading

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REVIEW – LFW W/F 2013

Welcome again! This blog is all about the designs shown by the top most Indian designers at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2013 runway. We have singled out the best picks from designers’ collection-box along with our similar outfits which you can order online. Continue reading

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