Its time for Eid! After an entire month’s fasting, Eid is the time to rejoice with family and friends, sharing moments of happiness. During this occasion, the Muslims are also adorned in fresh new clothes and gather themselves for the holy prayer , thereby praising the power of spirituality.
It’s all fancies for the women, during this time, as they love self – decoration. She may choose to wear a simple outfit. Adding a sequined top, a glittery clutch and a lovely necklace to the simple outfit will give a bold statement to her look. Whether she’s about to visit the masjid or her friends, she must ensure dressing up in a way that adds glam and glitz to the outfits during Eid.
The latest designers have also come up with various designersarees, designer blouses, salwar suits as well as fashionable jewelleries, to give the modern Muslim women an exquisite look for the occasion.
Lohriis a festival celebrated by the Sikh community on the 13th of January every year. Lohri marks the culmination of the winter season and is essentially a harvest festival. As soon as the harvest festival chimes in, the Punjabi hearts begin to swoon in pleasure and dance with joy. The festival is rooted in the Punjabi soil and is essentially celebrated by the Punjabis though nowadays many states such as Delhi, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh celebrate the festival with equal gusto.
The harvest festival of Lohri is believed to have begun being celebrated since the period of Saint Kabir. Punjabis celebrate this festival for many reasons. Firstly, Lohri is celebrated for the harvest of the Rabi crops by the Punjabi farmers.
Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of the Independent India, is an iconic figure in the history of our country. Known for his incomparable leadership ideals, Nehru was a paramount leader both before and after independence. Jawaharlal Nehru established the modern India under his patronage and emerged as the architect of a democratic republic.
Apart from being remembered as a dedicated leader and a nationalist, Nehru managed to make a prominent place in the history of fashion too. During the days when Indian leaders were seeing wearing just a dhoti and a kurta, Nehru made his own new style statement. He introduced a new trend in the history of menswear with his waistcoats, which later came to known as the Nehru jackets. A perfectly tailored jacket, with crisp mandarin collar, proper side cuts and with perfect fitting was introduced by Nehru. A popular part of the court attire in medieval northern India, these jackets became a breakthrough in the fashion history.
Whenever you start shopping for sarees, have you ever given a thought as to what colours of the saree could suit your complexion? Choosing the right colour is an essential step before zooming on any ethnic outfit and when if it is the saree we are talking about, you have got to keep your skin tone in mind. Just like you try various shades of lipsticks before buying the perfect one for your skin tone, the same goes with sarees. India is home to a variety of skin colours. We can find here complexion from the palest colour to the darkest tone. Since every skin tone has its own charm, our choice of sarees also should be such that the colour enhances the appeal more. Heres our guide to choosing the right saree for your skin tone.
Sarees have been the perfect choice for every occasion, be it party wear sarees, bridal silk sarees or even formal wear sarees. Wherever it goes, the saree commands an indisputable respect, leaves a lasting impression on everybody and lastly never looks over the top. But when it comes to giving a thought to the blouses, we hardly give them much thought. Yet, blouses have a pivotal role in making or breaking the saree look. They can either up your saree game or make you look bland. Nowadays, blouses are not just about plain Jane ones but smart saree blouses can do wonders for even a simple saree.
Innovative blouses with edgy designs are ruling the runways. Infact even women today are spending a lot of time to get the perfect blouse and this is not just for being trendy but also sometimes to express themselves and their individuality