Cufflinks add a bit of glamour to those boring white and blue shirts ;-), plus they look classy.
Festive season has started and if you are someone like me, who is tired of wearing Anarkalis and sarees, than this Vlog is for you
So I am travelling to India for work and will be working with 3 clients on their wardrobe decluttering, personal styling and shopping with them. The requirement is simple, it has to be super comfortable.
Travel cluster consists of : Continue reading “7 days travel cluster”
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”
A cowl neck is a style of neckline having material draped in rounded folds. It is mostly found in sweaters for women and stylized versions of men sweaters as well.
This neckline got adapted to regular soft fabrics and voila a lovely blouson style for women to explore. I bought this top, especially for the neckline. Continue reading “How to wear a Cowl Neck Top”
The above shirts and pants are same size, what I have done is changed the colour combination.
Lets look at the trousers, the black trousers will visually give a slimming effect because lighter colours expand and darker colours contrast. So if you are heavy from lower body like Triangular body shape / Round body shape / Large Rectangular body shape / Large Hourglass body shape shape
Same rule applies to the shirts. If you have a fuller bust or midriff variation opt for dark colour shirts (or blousons preffered)
A darker top / bottom will always reduce the size of that part of your body, its colour perception or as I like to call it Deceptive styling 🙂
My journey of before and after…
When I was a kid.. I had heard my parents asking a relative about home remedy for changing skin colour, because I am wheatish. Continue reading “Leena Dadlani – Before & After”
I love red lipstick and i really love the colour red. My afafir with red lipstick started 4 years back and the first red lipstick I bought , have applied the lipstick and removed it. Wearing a bright colour on your face as makeup or on body as clothes, requires a lot of confidence.
Colour is nothing but a projection of your inner personality. Colour is what you feel from the inside. On the days that we feel cheerful, we subconsiciously pick a bright pink. On days you are feeling blue, you will pick up a pale blue or grey .
Colour is like an instant mood lifter, a quick fix for a dull day.
Back to my love for red. It finised a whole case of my first red lipstick before I could get confident to wear red. Red used to give me jitters, it used to make me feel that am i actally this or projecting a fake person, it used to make me look awkward. Than one fine day, i decided that am not going to remove the colour of my lips. It felt so uneasy, but the moment i started looking at those pictures with me in Red lipstick, i was sold. This colour dominates my makeup box. The colour that made me feel awkward, than confident is now my fail safe colour. I have a red for work, a red for party, a red for every ocassion 🙂