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Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • Haute Couture Ideas For Spring Summer

    The heat is turning up quickly and it is going to be one of the dreaded summers ever! To combat the heat and in panache, you need a little more something, than to follow trends blindly. This summer revamp, remould and rejoice the cool with best of haute couture ideas!

    Bank on Brands

    A simple way of going stylish without sweating over ideas is to bank on your favourite brands this season. A good brand usually comes with a classy line of summer outfits – day and night wear. Not only do you get to shop from a range of fabulous attires, but if quality matters, then you are probably a step ahead of others also in terms of comfort. Go grab a stunning dress and sport the grand look with your favourite brand.


    Simple is Smart

    Cut down on your makeup, accessories and your gaudy fashion ideas!

    Pop goes the Shoe

    UntitledShoe is one of the best accessories which can definitely give you a classy makeover; this summer if you have to try something exciting try on printed shoes, bright and quirky.


    Own a Gown
    The most elegant way to flaunt yourself at a summer party is to wear a gown. Looking truly sexy involves knowing what to bare —and what to keep under wraps. Otherwise, where's the mystery? Choose one—only one—body part and show it off. If it's cleavage, don't show your legs. If it's your legs, stay covered on top.

  • Must Have Accessories For A Modern Bride

    Though traditional is in this season , the modern bride often longs for some finery that is in tune with her contemporary taste. At the same time she is apprehensive that using a contemporary accessory might spoil her traditional look !

    So here are some top trends of 2015 she can use without spoiling her traditional look and yet getting that much needed fusion effect. Read on to know more...

    Crystal Bindis
    Traditional colored bindis are passé. Sparkling crystal bindis are the new rage of the modern times. You can wear them standing alone or complimenting a fancy maang tikka. Crystal bindis are available in a variety of colors and designs and you can easily select a sparkling crystal bindi that matches your bridal outfit to the hilt.


    The latest accessory to hit the Indian bridal wear is the tiara. Tiaras have been frequently spotted in the recent Indian weddings. They are ideal for the famous bouffant or buns that most Indian brides love to style their hair. The sparkling gemstones on the tiara make the bride the centre of attraction and easily supersede all other hair accessories.


    Clutch Bags

    Even though the bridal handbag is the most neglected accessory, still we should give weight to its importance. It has been overlooked because no bride would like to carry a large handbag on the most important day of her life. However, petite and beautifully embellished handbags can go well with the bridal look.

    This is because it can accommodate the bride’s lipstick and compact powder. All you need to do is ensure that the clutch is elegant and matches your bridal outfit so that you look gorgeous.


    Bajubands or armlets have been a historic part of Indian tradition forever. You can select one that has an entire traditional look or there may be some element of modernity as well in the accessory. They come in a variety of shapes that will cater to brides with differing tastes.
    Armlets are made of a variety of metals and these include gold, silver and platinum and they also have multicolored precious stones.


    Payals or anklets are a favorite accessory for every bride and you can go for modern ones with colored stones, crystals or meenakari. They look extremely pretty with the mehendi and fancy bridal footwear.
    A touch of contemporariness in her entire traditional attire will help her get the much needed oomph.

    All these should be matched to the exclusive Bridal lehenga choli which you can also buy online now!

  • Dressing Guide This New Year Eve

    Ring out the old, ring in the new,
    Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
    The year is going, let him go;
    Ring out the false, ring in the true. 

    1#LoveSimaaya These are the words that reverberate in almost all the poets' writings, be it Lord Tennyson or our own Rabindranath Tagore. True that sitting in Bengal we cannot ring the happy bells of welcome across the snow, but we can ring it perhaps in our own ethnic ways. So read on as in this article which talks about how we can maintain our own heritage and at the same time be innovative as well.

    The appeal and the glory of Bengal can be well experienced in its various festivals and celebrations.  The second-most important of them, right after the Durga puja is perhaps the celebration of the Bengali New Year, or the Poila Baishakh.  Baishakh is the first month of the Bengali calendar, and this day, ideally falling on the 14th/15th of April each year, is celebrated with much vivacity and zest.

    Nothing is Bengal is complete without a full gusto of celebration, and certainly the New Year would be the best time of all. No one can imagine a Bengali new year to be complete without the vivacious parties, plush Bengali spreads, various types of sweets, exchanging gifts, wearing new dresses, and last but not the least, the cultural programs.

    Fashion is a portion of any culture that makes it complete and so to dress up for this day buying clothes that suit the occasion. But this fashion is like the ever flowing river. It changes from time to time on its own course. Bengali fashion has also evolved with time. In our modern pace of life, it is not possible to don a saree or worse still, a dhoti and go for work or even carry on with your daily chores. But, it is not always that we have to “ring out the old to ring in the new". The old can also be remembered in an artful way while ringing in the new. This New Year celebration, or better the Bengali New Year eve parties are perhaps the best time to revive old fashions and take a peek into our cultural heritage. It is not everyday that we get the opportunity to dig out our parents' or grandparents' fashions and adorn them with our own slight touches of modernity.

    2On a Bengali New Year eve's party, women can go for the retro look with dhakai or taant done albeit in a modern fashion. The traditional look calls for right accessories like big bindis and lots of jewelry that are most of the time locked up in safety vaults. Be a little more adventurous and wear the saree in the Bengali style and hang a bundle of keys from it or a kinkini —a tinkling ornament. Put fresh flowers on your hairs.

    Men on such a party can surely complement their ladies in sarees, with a typically retro babu look (of course sans the garland around their wrists or the baiji dances!). A grand embroidered kurta, fashionable dhotis, and designer chappals would do the magic for any man.

    But whatever you dress as, remember not to go overboard. Give a dress rehearsal before the party, because no one expects the guests to topple over entangled in their sarees or dhotis, and also choose colors and fabrics that will suit you as well as make you comfortable in the summer. Touch it up with a soft perfume and you are ready to rock the party!



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