Tag Archives: sherwani
Posted on28. Aug, 2012 by pallavi.
For all those fashion aficionados who want to keep updated with the latest trends the upcoming royal collection of Shyamal & Bhumika introduced in Lakme Fashion week would certainly find a hot jaw with them. They showcased the amazing collection of Indian traditions and customs through their collection “Maharaja”. Their collection perfectly goes with its [...]
Posted on25. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
The beauty of every Indian woman lies in ethnic wear, which can take her attractiveness to great heights. Ethnic wear makes women look elegant and add more spice to their personality. Today every woman wants to be the center of attraction in all parties and ceremonious occasions. So, they take extra care about their dressing [...]
Posted on21. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
Celebs rocked at IIFA awards in Singapore. They were gazed by the audience by their exemplifying clothing. These prestigious awards act as big lead in their career. Celebs in the tinsel town performed on various songs in the awards function. They took ancillary care for their gorgeous outlook on the green carpet. The shining Bollywood [...]
Posted on07. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
A coin like oval shaped button forms an important element of the garment. A single element in the garment enhances the entire beauty of the attire. Buttons are also known as the eyes of the garment. Buttons come in different shapes and different patterns. Today, a vast variety and designs of buttons are available in [...]
Posted on04. May, 2012 by pallavi.
When it comes to dressing-up for special occasion the best way to do it is to go completely ethnic, as ethic is the new age style trend of today. Ethnics in neutral shades can work wonders for men, making them look extremely elegant, royal and chic at the same time. Women can experiment with innumerous [...]
Posted on21. Apr, 2012 by pallavi.
Turbans are mostly loved by both men and women of all age groups. It has become a new age unisexual head accessory. While some people tend to wear turbans as a symbol of their culture and religion, many young people today wear it as a chic accessory to stylize their looks. These turbans are made [...]
Posted on05. Apr, 2012 by pallavi.
Paisley pattern have always been loved by women of all classes and age groups. Paisley design is derived from Persia. In Persia the design is known as Boteh Jegheh and it has been used in Iran since the Sassanid Dynasty.