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India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

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India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 We have barely had the time to recover from the extravaganza of the India Couture Week, that the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week is here to leave us breathless with excitement! The show featured top designers including JJ vallaya, Tarun Tahiliani, Shane & Falguni Peacock, Gauri and Nainika, Suneet Varma, Raghuvendra Rathore, Meera Muzaffar Ali, Jyotsna Tiwari and Ashima Leena. Organized in Delhi at DLF Emporio, it was the first time a fashion week was hosted at a mall. We take you through the brightest, awe-worthy moments fresh from the runway! Here’s an overload of...

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How to wear a high-waist lehenga

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The high-waist is back in vogue, that too with a bang and we hope it’s here to stay! A style statement that ruled the fashion world repeatedly from the 50s up-till the 80s, is being spotted all over the runways and red carpet. Back then Nutan to Zeenat Aman sported this look and now Deepika to Neha Dhupia all have given into this sexy silhouette. Its not nostalgia that brought this trend back in the lime light, but the fact that it highlights the torso, makes the legs look longer, creating a slimmer illusion. If worn correctly, a high-waist outfit...

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How to dress for your body type

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Whether we choose to consciously accept the fact, how we look does impact the way we feel. You might love the upcoming fashion trends but most of them suit only specific body types. Don’t be disappointed – fashion is all about dressing for your shape. If you know your body type, then you will be able to find clothes that fit and flatter! Women are generally afraid that ethnic wear can make them look bigger or older. Deciding between the perfect cut, style, fabric and fit can be exhausting. To make things easier, here is our guide to pick the...

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Henna: An Age-Old Indian Tradition

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Henna: An Age-Old Indian Tradition Known to have medicinal and dying properties in its the leaves, the use of Henna can be dated back to the Bronze Age and till today, once mixed, Mehndi, which is the application of henna, is an interim form of skin decoration. Mehndi holds a lot of importance in the Indian culture and is considered an essential for the great Indian wedding saga. Typically, in the contemporary world, Mehndi can be described as patterns that are drawn out with henna to embellish the palms and feet. It is a temporary way of decorating the skin....

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GANGAUR FESTIVAL

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Gangaur is made of two words, Gana & Gaur, where the word Gana is the other name of Lord Shiva while the word Gaur indicates Goddess Parvati or Gauri, a symbol of Saubhagya, meaning matrimonial bliss! An imperative festival of vibrant Rajasthan, Gangaur is celebrated in the honour of Goddess Gauri – the companion of Lord Shiva. It commences on the day after holi and goes on for a total of 18 days. Often believed as the symbol of virtue, the women folk of Rajasthan consider Gauri as main idol of the married women. The festival’s custom demands a newly-married woman to observe a complete course of fasting...

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