No matter what anyone says, your prom is a big deal! It is a night that you look forward to throughout all of high school, and whether you are going on a romantic date, bringing a guy friend, or going stag (which is equally as awesome), you want to look and feel your absolute best. So what are the best ways to make sure that you do?
Being a woman of this generation I always prefer to go with the contemporary style when it comes to fashion. However, there’s nothing constant in fashion world and experimenting with the look and style is not at all my forte. One thing that I am certain about is that Indian beauties look their fashionable best only in traditional attire. Even Bollywood queens like Sridevi, Deepika, Aishwarya, Sonam, Shilpa and more flaunt their love for salwar kameez, saree or lehenga choli when they appear for functions or festivals.
Let’s admit it.. When it comes to the fabric of sarees, silk is the most coveted choice of Indian women.
India, being the second largest country in the world to produce silk, is a house to many different types of silk fabrics. Almost all the 29 states of India have a unique type of silk fabric of their own. Silk fabric is used to make various traditional clothings like salwar suits, dupattas, lehengas, but most importantly, sarees!
Silk sarees look extremely elegant and royal in all kinds of traditional events, be it a small night time get together, a festival or a big fat Indian wedding! They have always been (and will be!) in vogue.
With this post, you will get to know about 5 types of silk sarees and their origin. So keep on reading to increase your knowledge about the silk sarees that Indian women love!
Winter is coming, which means the days are shorter and the temperatures are colder. When this happens it is easy to simply throw on some tights and a big coat and go with it. However, dressing in the winter does not need to be boring. There are many ways that you can fight back against the winter blahs with fashion.
There are few industries quite as intimidating as fashion. We’re led to believe, of course, that a career in clothes is all about image. While this isn’t necessarily untrue, it’s easy to forget it doesn’t have to be your image. Fashion is more than what you see on the catwalks.
Are you still wearing clothes that your mom bought you? Have you never escaped the “total frat” look you cultivated in college? Did you make fashion mistakes when you were younger and when you look back on old photos–you cringe?
Maybe you’re just looking for something new, to look more appealing to potential dates or employers. As much as we might want to deny it, what we look like, and what we wear have a real effect on how others view us.
For a bride, her wedding day is one of the most important days of her life, especially her outfit and makeup. What makes Indian wedding makeup different from others is its use of Mehndi.
Glitter Mehndi is a new type of mehndi that uses old traditional styles and jazzes it up with glitter of different colours.