Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Hello February! Always the hardest month to dress for, don't you think? Here are 20 comfortable, warm and very stylish outfit ideas - one for every day! Enjoy, bookmark and stay inspired in the cold! I hope you enjoy. Please leave your precious comments. You can also follow me on G plus and my blog also.wish you good health for all.
This once can ruled your mind, also the rest some gorgeous collection i'm bringing for my fans.
What's your reaction on this picture the lady who wears black & white combination looks cold.
And what you say about this this the white beauty,the bags she carry looks malodorous.
Here are next completely carry western culture.
My favorite this one, looking purely violet.
And what about this typical India girls fashion style
The next one yellow yellow dirty fellow just kidding a part looks in hurry.
Looking James Bond team mates are you guys agree with me or not,correct me if i'm wrong.
The next on makes you hurry!!!!!
The white feather looks! looks my face if you can!!
No sky limits for me ! My style smoked you really.
Just stop starring me do what i does!
Hey you want to see me again, so you have to think like me and look like me.
No one can ruled my fashion ! i'm my mamma girls.
Just do what i does if you like!
My fashion makes you crazy.
Run with me just like me!
What about this causal look, like or not
This once really blown your mind really i must say!
The whole world sing with me!
Caught me if you can! Its not possible i must say.
February is always one of Seeffan busiest months thanks to fashion, fashion and more fashion! Our chic EIC is busy preparing her fall ready-to-wear presentation, attending some of her favorite designers’ fashion shows, finding time to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your beautiful once. Thankfully now the fashion marathon is complete, Seeffan will pack up her caftans & head on a much – needed vacation to a Goa beach destination. Until then , it’s go time
Monday, 1 February 2016
- It’s Happy to Monday
A minimal dependent seem that's so easy to place up, most effective a smooth black blazer with a pair of tailor-made shorts (with trousers this might look rather cool too), then quite simply add your favorite components and excessive heeled sneakers. I made up my mind to showcase you guys two one in every of a style patterns of necklace, a black thick choker for a further minimal vibe and a announcement necklace that particularly stands out in a all black outfit and that appears potent with deep v necks.
The declaration necklace is from Happiness Boutique and you are going to see it right right here, if you are watching for announcement pieces of any type they've an robust assortment. I would really like to put on this one with a pair of black flared jeans and bandeau long high roo.
The coat is from Zaful and you are going to see it right here.
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Friday, 29 January 2016
How to Dress in India — Clothing Tips for Women
Traveling to India? It's important to realize that many of the clothes that we wear at home are not appropriate for India, either in terms of the climate or in terms of the culture. As far as the culture is concerned, India is simply not a country where one can safely go around dressed as most of us do in the West, so it’s important to be familiar with the Indian dress code and the reasons behind it. Moreover, many styles of dress that are perfectly acceptable in the West are downright offensive to most Indians. For this reason, you may be better off buying clothes once you arrive. A great excuse to go shopping - and clothes are so much cheaper than back home.
Whether you believe it should or not, how you dress profoundly affects how people respond to you (this is even more the case in India than in most other countries). Women who dress and act modestly are much more highly regarded than those who flout the cultural norms, and they are safer from sexual harassment. Wearing clothing that is indecent by Indian standards is insulting to the culture, and it also gives men the idea that you are available for sexual favors to anyone who wants you - even if your behavior emphatically indicates the opposite.
It’s true that many girls and women - especially in Mumbai and Delhi and other places that see a lot of tourists, as well as on college campuses - have taken to wearing jeans with short tops, etc. However, as a visitor, you are already at a disadvantage due to common preconceptions, so it is much safer to dress a bit more conservatively. And don’t look to Bollywood or fashion magazines for cues on how to dress; they have nothing to do with real life.
While it’s OK to wear Western clothes most places, it’s essential to wear them in a manner that is respectful to the very modest Indian culture. Virtually every Indian, including both men and women (not to mention several foreigners), to whom I mentioned my book (Enjoying India: The Essential Handbook) told me, “I hope you are going to tell the women how to dress!” Most Indians are much too polite to tell you to your face if you are inappropriately dressed, but they certainly notice.
Basic standards of modesty all over India require that you cover your knees, upper arms, shoulders, cleavage and midriff. It’s acceptable for your midriff to be exposed when wearing a sari, but not otherwise. Shorts and short skirts are not acceptable. Underwear should always be worn discreetly under your clothes where it belongs, and it should not show at all; moreover, a bra is essential unless you are as flat-chested as an eight-year old.
When wearing pants, go for loose, tunic-style tops that cover your crotch and buttocks. At home, many of us like to wear our blouses neatly tucked into jeans or slacks, but here, it’s better to let them hang out. One great advantage of wearing long tops is that they hide the fact that your underwear is visible through thin fabric so you can wear lightweight pants in hot weather.
If you bring a swimsuit, it should be a conservative one, no matter where you plan to wear it; a one-piece is preferable. On the way to or from the beach or pool, or whenever you are interacting with locals, put something modest on over your swimsuit. Bikinis are not acceptable, even in Goa, where many women wear them anyway. In certain conservative locations and in many places of worship, you will also need to cover your head. Observe what the local women do, and do likewise.
If you’d like to try Indian clothes, you’ll probably want to start with one of the two basic varieties of ladies’ pantsuits: the salwar-kameez (a.k.a. Punjabi suit), which consists of a long tunic top (kameez) over baggy pants (salwar) which are banded at the bottom, or the churidhar-kameez, which has the kameez over skinny straight pants (churidhar) that are worn bunched around the calf and ankle. Incidentally, churidhars are mainly worn by young women and teens, and not so much by older women in most places. A scarf draped across the front completes the outfit; the scarf (chunni or dupatta) is an essential part of the ensemble, without which you may be regarded as an immoral woman, especially in small towns and villages.
In many parts of South India, as well as a few other places, ankle-length skirts (lehngas) worn with an over blouse and a large scarf are common. However, do pay attention to which styles of dress are worn by women of your own age to avoid unwittingly parading around in something considered childish or inappropriate. Long dresses are not traditional; the ankle-length dresses you see for sale everywhere are really nightgowns. While it’s OK wear one, say, to the corner market for some milk, or while having morning chai with friends on the veranda, it’s not acceptable to wear one all day.
The sari, which is arguably the most beautiful style of dress in the world, is the most common form of women’s clothing; it’s worn almost everywhere in India, although it’s wrapped in different ways according to local custom. Saris are comfortable and easy to wear once you get used to them. It’s fun to learn to wrap one, and any Indian woman will be happy to show you how to do it.
A conservative Western-style dress or business suit (i.e., below knee length and not too tight or low-cut) is appropriate for doing business in India. If you prefer a pantsuit, it should cover your buttocks and crotch.
For social meetings with business associates, you can wear conservative dresses, or nice pantsuits, either Indian or Western style. Long pants and modest tops are the norm for sports activities; shorts are not acceptable except in some exclusive health clubs (but you would normally change their rather than wearing the shorts en route). See what the Indian women you are working with wear for casual attire and follow their example - as long as it is reasonably modest, of course. Evening attire may be extremely fancy, depending on the occasion; saris can be worn for many celebrations.
Even if you are a budget traveler, you’ll need at least one nice outfit to dress up in if the occasion calls for it. Whenever you go somewhere that requires getting dressed up, ask your friends what is appropriate. If you are invited to a wedding or other fancy event, ask an Indian friend or acquaintance to take you shopping for clothes. You might also be able to borrow something for the occasion. Incidentally, Indians are generally much too polite to tell guests that they are dressed inappropriately even when asked directly, so you have to figure out in advance what is the right thing to wear.
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