Lingerie 101 – Part 2 – How to choose the right lingerie for the outfit

Will be uploaded on 9th Feb

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Lingerie 101 – Part 1 – My top tips on how to buy the right Lingerie

8 out of 10 women
are wearing the wrong bra size

Let’s start by a simple rule, “Anything that touches your skin directly has to be the best quality that you can afford”.
So save on that top, but never ever looks for cheap lingerie.

I have got a lot of request on my Instagram account to do a 101 for lingerie. I have divided this in two parts.

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Skirt it up – Quick tips to wear skirts for any body frame

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I have been wearing a lot of skirts these days and realised that skirt is the most versatile piece in a wardrobe.

1. It gives the flexibility of a separate meaning I can mix and match it with various tops without the heartbreak of a pant.
2. A skirt is also easy to find. Unlike pants, skirts don’t take ages to get the right fit.
3. It’s easy to dress up or down with a skirt.

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Styling for windy days

In Singapore & Mumbai, windy days are fun and we sort of look forward to it, some respite from the heat and humidity.

So styling for windy days is more like a wish list for styling. However this year we traveled to Austria and Switzerland and the weather was perfect amount of wind and cold, some bad days of rain 😦

In this post, I have kept in mind the regular easily available styles of layers like long jackets, ponchos, heavy cardigan. The fun is in colors and combinations.

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Print on Print

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Print on print simply put means combining two prints together.

Now although this is a big trend from past couple of years, it has always been existent from yesteryear of fashion days. Especially if you look at various Indian sarees, like Bandhani, Patola, Ikkat, print on print has been practiced as a pattern since ages.

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DIY – patch denim

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No matter what people say, I am in love with the torn denim style. However, with toddler around, it gets difficult to maintain my torn denim. So when my favorite pair of denim was giving up on me, I resurrected it with a DIY 😉

Am sure the picture explains it all, but still if you need some creative input on how, please feel free to comment.

 

7 days casual travel packing

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Would you believe if I said,  that small cabin bag has my 7 days of outfits and an extra pair for just in case scenarios?

If you have read my earlier blog on Travel packing tips and vlog on packing cubes, you will notice that planning is the key.  So many times when you start packing, it gets overwhelming with the number of things we have to carry. Continue reading “7 days casual travel packing”

Blousons Vs Shirts

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A blouson top is mostly a loose fitted top that may or may not cover the hips. It is not so tailored to a shirt, hence easily adaptable for various body types. Blouson can be various varieties and they were actually a replacement of shirts for women. Blouson is not very fitted by style, hence there is an ease to the wear unless you opt for the stylised version like a peplum blouson.

A shirt is a tailored top, with button opening at the front from collar to hem. Since it is tailored than a blouson, it has a restriction to wear for women with heavy bust/midriff variation. Shirts were traditionally part of men’s wardrobe, they started seeping into women’s wardrobe in 1950’s.

Both can be as formal or casual depending on the style, cut, color, finish, texture and print/pattern.

You can read about types of Shirts & Blousons and you can also read about formal to casual shirts plus formal to casual blousons.