Friday, 7 September 2018

Types Of Jeans For Women– The Style Guide

Well, it’s true for most of you out there too. We practically live in one pair of jeans, plus according to most brands, you don’t even need to wash them that often. The ultimate wardrobe essential, the right pair of jeans will take you anywhere with confidence and style.
         Woman's shopping experience gets so overwhelming with all the options out there and mostly because most never sure of the kind that suit their body type. So, Its important  to understand the basics and see which one works best.

1. Skinny Jeans




Skinny jeans, as the name suggests, are skin hugging and fit you snugly. They take the shape of your legs and trace it all along. If you have lean and sexy legs that you cannot wait to flaunt, these are for you.

2. Skinny Crop or Ankle Length Jeans

Skinny crop jeans or Ankle Jeans are very similar to the regular skinny jeans, except they end before your shins or ankles.


3. Boyfriend Jeans

People started calling these boyfriend jeans because they look like they were borrowed from him.

4. Jeggings
Jeggings are basically your leggings in denim fabric. So, you follow the same styling pattern with jeggings as well. Wear tops that are a little below your hip if you are conscious, but you can treat them just like your super skinny jeans.

5. Distressed Jeans or Ripped Jeans
Ripped jeans or Distressed Jeans  are denim jeans with tear or rips, often on the knees but possibly in other locations on the pant. Distressed jeans are denim pants that have been intentionally damaged so that they look aged.



Thursday, 6 September 2018

Style tips on how to wear maxi dresses

Recently it has become popular to wear maxi dresses not only in the evenings but in everyday life too. Part of the fun of the maxi dress is that with the right accessories and styling, this dress can work for bodies of all shapes and sizes. However, the ‘rules’ on how to wear this attire properly and how to match the dresses with different items of clothing and accessories are still an open question.

With sneakers

Many people still think that such an outfit looks weird. It’s commonly believed that we should wear sports shoes only with sportswear. But the rules of fashion change. Nowadays a combination of a dress + sneakers has almost become classic.

With a denim jacket


You can either look for a maxi dress with sleeves, or you can throw on a cute jean jacket over top of a maxi dress. A Jean Jacket adds Style and Is the Perfect Cover-Up. A jean jacket looks cool with a maxi because it enhances that laid-back boho vibe.

With a belt


If you wear a maxi dress with a belt you can be sure that this will accentuate your small waist — this will instantly make everyone around you jealous.

With a leather jacket

 Natural style personalities will be happy with a denim jacket or parka over their maxi dress. Besides, when wearing a leather jacket you can experiment with makeup using different bright colors.

Accessories
There are no strict rules: the choice of accessories depends on your taste and the occasion you are dressing for. Accessories make any attire look gorgeous. If your dress has a great neckline, a beautiful necklace will be the right choice.



Sunday, 2 September 2018

How to Choose a Cocktail Dress for your next party?

         While the little black dress is by far the most common cocktail dress for women, it’s by no means the definitive answer to this semi-formal attire. Today, many cocktail dresses are short, though you can also find them in traditional styles, like the ankle length ballerina dress or the tea length dress, which falls a few inches below the knee. Strap  or strapless dress, halter dress or off-the-shoulder dress - the sky’s the limit.

So which one to select?

Here are things to consider according to your body types

1. Your Body Type:- Your cocktail dress should flatter your figure, so select a silhouette that compliments your body type.

 Pear shaped- If your lower body is bigger than your upper body, then you're ideally suited to a style that showcases your slimmer shoulders, chest and face.The halter dresses are best for you to wear in that case

 Hourglass- The hourglass figure is distinguished by an equal shoulder and hip ratio. Fitted dresses or bodycon dresses are an ideal choice, so enjoy pencil skirts and strapless tops.

Rectangle:- This shape is characterised by a lack of emphatic curves. Sweetheart necklines can add curvature to your upper body, while dresses with pleats and off-centre embellishments can add visual contrast to your frame.

Inverted Triangle:- Opposite of the pear shaped figure, women with inverted triangle body types have slimmer hips and wider shoulders and/or more substantial chests. Opt for V necks dresses to draw the eye away from your shoulders. Cap sleeves and spaghetti straps are also a great option but avoid off-the-shoulder and strapless dresses. Have fun below the waist with details and embellishments in the skirt area - especially if you are going to choose a slimmer skirt.
Apple:- If you have some extra weight around the middle and a more ample bust, then you're probably an apple shape.  Play up them up with wrap dresses and fuller skirts to add balance to your top-heavy figure - and by all means, show off your cleavage with a plunging neckline.

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Types of tops women should have in her wardrobe collections

          Women have a lot of options to choose from when it comes to tops for women, one that looks blunt of someone else might look better on you depending on your features. So, Choose the right style of women’s tops to accentuate your positives and draw attention away from less flattering areas. 

1.Peplum Top

A peplum top  is fashionable women's garments with skirt-like flared fabric attached to the waistline. These tops have their roots in dress-type tunics worn by ancient Greeks and Romans known as 'peplos'.

2. Off-Shoulder Top


Off shoulder Top is most definitely the way to go this year. Tops with shoulder cut outs also known as cold shoulder style, along with the off shoulder look is definitely few of those styles that have experienced a major comeback and has caught up rapidly with all the modern girls in love with fashion.

3. Blouses

With age, everyone wants to dress comfortably, making blouses the most sought after tops among aged women. It is the most comfortable feminine wear having inspired from gents shirt. Blouse generally comes with collars and the most versatile as well.

4. Halter Top

halter top is a type of sleeveless shirt similar to a tank top (by the American English definition) but with the straps being tied behind the neck.Wear it with wide flared pants and flowy tiered skirt for a brilliant outcome.




5. Ruffle Top

Ruffle Top are all that’s in this season. As the name suggest these tops have ruffles mostly on the front and arm. But going by the current trend, designer have been experimenting with ruffle everywhere and it doesn’t look bad.


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Monday, 9 April 2018

Virtual Reality And Robots Head For Stockholm In Latest Fashion Week Technology Integration

Virtual reality is the latest plaything of the fashion set, with designers from Tommy Hilfiger to Dior, Rebecca Minkoff and Jean-Pierre Braganza all experimenting with it.
   Now, it’s Swedish designer Ida Klamborn’s turn. Where most of her contemporaries have taken VR and applied it as an immersive film experience shot during fashion week and delivered a few months later in time with their collection hitting the shop floor, Klamborn is offering up a real-time initiative live from her front row.
Fans around the world will be able to access the show as it takes place during Fashion Week in Stockholm on February 3 via their mobiles and a Google cardboard set (1,000 of which are being given away by the team behind it). The live-streamed VR experience, running in collaboration with telecom operator Tele2, will then enable them to feel as though they are taking a seat next to some of the industry’s biggest fashion insiders.
  
    Reminiscent of something Topshop did back in February 2014 (where certain fans could wear Oculus Rift headsets in the retailer’s flagship store windows), this project, dubbed the “Democratic Front Row”, takes it one step further. A robot installation will be put in place literally in the front row to symbolise the people tuning in via VR. That’s necessary of course to enable the 360-degree VR cameras to do their thing, but to put a marketing spin on it, Klamborn’s team have managed to convince local celebrities including artists Rebecca & Fiona and stylist Bea Åkerlund to “give up” their seats at the show and hand them over to virtual fans accordingly.
     All of that is pushed via a promotional video (as below) that also sees Klamborn explaining why she wanted to make her show a more democratic experience. “I am constantly inspired by youth culture but unfortunately the young fans are seldom seen in the fashion world. Therefore I invite them to my front row to break the traditional structures of the fashion world and show that the future holds so many opportunities,” she adds.


  
     
       If that wasn’t enough, the robot installation will also serve as an interactive experience for those in attendance by lighting up in response to the reaction of the fans watching. This is achieved based on “likes” gained for each look through the Front Row app that is compatible with Google Cardboard (and will launch on the the App Store and on Google Play ahead of the February 3 date). Klamborn says she will use the resulting data in her evaluation of the show.
  Emma Ohlson, secretary general of the Association of Swedish Fashion Brands and organiser of Fashion Week Stockholm, says: “This [fashion] week’s theme is fashion and technology, and Democratic Front Row shows that the Swedish fashion industry is not afraid to break new ground by embracing technology. With this unique virtual reality live-stream, the consumer’s engagement will be measured instantly, which is incredibly useful for brands and something I believe will become [the] norm in the future.”

Sunday, 8 April 2018

Every Girl Who Is An Online Shopaholic Is Guilty Of Doing These 17 Things

     
      We don’t need to break it to you, since you have voluntarily clicked on this article. If you earmark your virtual calendars for online sales, then you’re an addict. Every girl who shops online has her list of hacks. You are an expert at hunting down exactly what you need. That’s not to say there aren’t certain stunts you’ve tried to pull off during your therapeutic retail time. It’s okay – we all do it.
We went ahead and listed down 17 things that all discount-obsessed girls are guilty of doing once in their lives. Hey, a girl’s gotta hustle for her wardrobe must-haves.
1.You make a new email id every time to avail the introductory discount. Anything for that extra 10 percent!
2.You don’t check the size chart. Returning a garment is anyway easier than understanding a European size chart.
3.Speaking of swift returns, you order items fully aware you’re going to return them. The websites called this upon themselves, didn’t they? One click and a person will be sent to your doorstep. Enough reason for you to try out clothes for fun.
4. You stay up for midnight sales in the hope they will put your favourite shoes on discount. You may even skip work to score these deals. Now that’s real commitment!


5.You have a wishlist of products you’re never going to buy - same as window shopping, only less hurtful.
6. Every online shopaholic has tried to return worn clothes at least once in their life. You saved the tags, wore the dress to a party and decided you’re never going to wear it again. Click and return.
7. You have bought a product one size smaller only because it was on a heavy-duty discount. Shoes, top, a cute dress – you’ve gone that route and, somehow, even made them fit.
8.You have tried to make multiple discount codes work, fully aware that you can’t use more than one code while making a purchase.
9.Speaking of discounts, and this one’s our favourite, you’ve legit tried to buy things you don’t need to avail a discount code. What is it about “buy above Rs 2,500 and get 30% discount?” Cheers to buying that headband you’re never going to wear.
10. You’ve shamelessly asked your NRI acquaintances to let your international orders be delivered to their house. Ain’t nobody got money for shipping charges.
11. You have diligently called the customer care peeps to enquire if that dress you’ve been eyeing will go on sale any time soon.
12. If the parcel delivered to you doesn’t have the product you’ve ordered, you have dropped all your work and dialled the customer care number desperately.
13. Oh, and you know the customer care number by heart.
14. While you’re all about deals, you are guilty of paying priority shipping when you JUST CAN’T WAIT for your order.
15. You low-key panic when the order isn’t delivered on the scheduled date. Terrible thoughts cross your mind. Only when you speak to your trusted customer care executive do you calm down.
16. You plan your monthly expenses around impulsive online shopping. You set aside a budget for anxiety shopping, casual shopping, crisis shopping and shopping shopping. Sweet.
17. You don’t think real friendship entails letting your girlfriends know about online sales. Everything is fair in love and online shopping.

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5 Things Every Woman Needs To Throw Out Of Her Wardrobe now



       You didn’t ask, but we are offering tough love, today. Your wardrobe is a mess. Admit it – the only reason why a grown-up would proceed to read this is if they are chronically disorganised. First comes acceptance, so here you are hoping to revamp your wardrobe.
Whenever a conversation around decluttering happens, it is, somehow, always directed toward a wardrobe overhaul. Well, we’d like to strongly disagree. Buying new things won’t clear up the chaos, especially if it is a behavioural pattern. Your plan will most likely go up in flames. It won’t be a pretty picture. Nobody wants that.
Instead, let’s look at it from a different perspective – why don’t we discard rather than piling up layers and layers of clothes? Let’s attack the root cause of the wardrobe evil. Which means one thing -  it’s time to bid adieu to some wardrobe leeches.
For that reason, we made a list of five wardrobe enemies… all of which have overstayed their welcome. There’s no looking back. Get to it.

1.Non-functional lingerie

What are you doing holding onto your worn-out lingerie? Bras with twisted underwires, panties with holes the size of a shark’s mouth, camisoles that have faded three shades beyond their original colour – these items are all obsolete. Sorry, your separation anxiety is invalid. So long, dirty lingerie!

2.Nostalgia-fuelled artefacts

Calling it - your teenage-girl clothes are artefacts. Last you wore them, it was summer of 2006. Now, in 2018, they are tyrants weighing down your wardrobe. It’s okay to make a case for that one t-shirt you wore to the first-ever concert – we’ll give you that. But, what about that denim mini that has survived five house shifts? Unless you wish to see your kids in these clothes – in that case too, shove these away in a carton – nothing should hold you back from donating these.

3.Dead shoes

Stop trying to revive your five-year-old high-street shoes that have seen too much. Fashion products, too, have a shelf life. Of course, we aren’t talking about fine jewellery or your designer finery. We are simply highlighting if you have shopped shoes from a fast-fashion label, don’t expect them to last decades. If the sole’s given out, don’t make another trip to the cobbler. Let them go. For a product worth, not more than a grand, it had a good run.

4.One-day-it-will-fit-me merch

Shopping for the body you want is a great way to motivate yourself. However, if you have been sitting on that dream but shopping relentlessly for it, then, Houston, we have a problem. Stop buying clothes that are two sizes too small. It’s unfair to your overworked wardrobe, more so for your self-confidence that deflates a little every time you reach for that cupboard door. Pack it all away in a carton. Open only when you have truly earned it.

5.Borrowed clothes

Seriously though, your sister has been looking for that dress. Gather everything that you have sincerely borrowed from all the kind people in your life. And, for the love of a tidy wardrobe, return it. No pressure, but hoarding is a bad karmic practice too. Just saying.

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Types Of Jeans For Women– The Style Guide

Well, it’s true for most of you out there too. We practically live in one pair of jeans, plus according to most brands, you don’t even nee...