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7 Types Of Skirts A Girl Should Own!!

Hello ladies,

Theres is nothing in this world that can beat our love for skirts!!!  Be it a short skirt, a midi length or long skirts, we love them in all the forms…. So, we are presenting you the latest 7 trends in skirt that you should own!!!

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Untitled designThey’re not new, but they seem to not wanna go away and I predict a massive emphasis on the maxi skirt for 2016, especially paired with tiny crop tops and fringe bags. They look best in super fluid fabrics and print.


Untitled design (1)This spring it seems like every possible fabric, cut, and skirt style out there looks better in midi than mini or maxi. A bit of flare or A-line to them will put a total retro spin on the look.


Untitled design (4)The slit is the definition of sexy and effortless. Whether it’s a tiny slit on the side, in the middle of a skirt (like a subtle cut, on a pencil skirt for office), or a more uber-hot-feminine high slit on the side in a midi style skirt, it don’t get better than this. It’s so feminine, so retro, so modern, so effortless, sophisticated and sexy without the slightest effort – it’s intoxicating..


Untitled design (3)There is nothing sexier than a woman crossing the street in a summer fluid skirt with a slit on the side to subtly show a bit of leg as she’s quickly making her way through the crowded streets.


Untitled design (5)Well… they will always be in once temperatures rise and every woman and girl will be wearing them on weekends and holidays regardless of trends. Which actually makes them quite a staple.


Untitled design (6)Did I say the 70s are back? There is something so proper, retro, and yet so very very very chic about a denim mid-lengh skirt with side pockets or front buttons that actually looks amazing in all the forms!


Untitled design (2)They are having a major moment in 2016 spring, with florals still IN, cause it’s spring, so… what else is new, but also anything else actually, especially psychedelic, graphic style prints, in muted or bright shades. Whatever floats your boat.

Ace the shirt with lehenga trend

It’s not easy to be a trendsetter. It takes a lot of courage and an eye for good fashion aesthetics! While we truly admire the women of Haryana to be our inspiration, we’d also like to acknowledge our designers like – Manish Malhotra & Anita Dongre for bringing this concept into the limelight and with so much panache!

Lehengas are outfits usually worn for weddings or really traditional ethnic gatherings. So its obvious that this garment required a makeover in terms for it being re-used and also adding a dash of uniqueness so that it doesn’t look drab every time one decides to wear it.

The most innovative way in which this could be tackled was to replace the choli or blouse with something more wearable. The best fit for this seemed to be the shirt, it changes the traditional appeal of the lehenga giving it a more semi-casual or a bohemian look.

Our first reflection of this trend seems to be inspired from the Haryanvi women of rural Haryana.

Here are a few ways in which you could accessorize your look while wearing this trend.

  • Wearing a chunky neckpiece on a plain shirt would be a superb choice provided your lehenga skirt isn’t very embellished.
  • If you are up for some uber cool fashion, teaming your lehenga with a shirt and a pair of boots could definitely give you some good compliments!
  • If you like a mix of the traditional ethnic look wearing this trend with a nathani could be your next best option.


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We recently saw Huma Qureshi  wearing a full sleeved blue collar silk shirt along with a lavender Gold Lehenga by Manish Malhotra to support the Cancer Patients Aid Association at NSCI, Mumbai. Also spotted during one of the TV shows – Alia Bhatt wearing a Manish Malhotra lehenga with a shirt.

Since this is a very offbeat trend we would not advise you to wear this trend to a formal occasion as the lehenga in itself isn’t a very formal garment. But you can definitely wear this trend to evening parties and social gatherings.


You’re never fully dressed without a pair of great shades and the best part is that the newest trends in eyewear is already available for our use. We all know, fashion sunglasses are notable for their originality and unusual shapes. In particular, models with triangular, oval or square frames are in vogue this season.. So we’re setting our sights on sunglasses with enough personality to punch up any outfit.


At the same time, we should choose sunglasses with extreme caution, always taking into account the type of our face. For example, those who have a narrow chin should buy oval or round sunglasses and women with round face can opt for glasses with square or rectangular frames. We promise, whatever your personal style, there’s something for everyone inside. Style fiesta offers you a wide range of in-trend shades to shop from.


AviatorsIn 2017, we also expect a spectacular comeback of famous Aviators. Although they differ in conservative and minimalist design but with their classic-cool sensibility, there may be no frames better suited for our every need than aviators.


oversizedAnother fashion trend is more like classic or neomodern over-sized glasses with dark lenses. This is the fashion trend that will accentuate your bright personality.


FLAT TOP:SQUAREThey’re a throwback with a contemporary twist, and they’re way sleeker than they ever looked in the ’80s or ’90s. Think of them as the hybrid between aviators and oversize frames with a bit more edge.


Aviators copyIts the season for a throwback fashion, we’re very into the return of these retro accessories. They’re the perfect complement for every midi skirt, high-waisted bell bottom, and denim shirtdress in your closet.


WAYFARERSWayfarers will allow you to discover sunglasses in a new perspective. This season offers models with ombre effect from dark to lighter shades. This trend can be most clearly seen in the new collections of Roberto Cavalli and Valentino.



The most glamorous and flirtatious of our favorite sunglasses, these give whatever we’re wearing more style in a seriously sophisticated way.


GOGGLESGoggles are still in vogue this season. Their frames can be both massive and lightweight. This year, they are presented in a simple, sleek design, with a thick frame in most cases.



They don’t just hide tired eyes with their reflective lenses, they also up the ante on everything we wear, adding cool-girl prowess to even our most basic outfits.

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The best thing about the clothing is that it has the ability to make you look better than you feel about yourself. You don’t need to be a fashion expert to make your wardrobe work for you. By keeping few simple tips in your mind you can put your best look forward irrespective of what you are feeling.

These are few styling tips that will boost your body image, give you bit more confidence to walk out of your door feeling at your best.



There is no doubt that heels give you added height, but if you want to double down on their elongating properties, try a sandal or pump that matches your skin tone.When you wear a skirt or a dress, color continuity from your legs to your feet helps draw the eye down, and  gives the illusion of even longer limbs. (If you don’t wear heels often, strappy flats or sandals that show a bit more skin can have the same effect.)



This one is just a bit of simple science.The eye naturally follows lines, so avoid horizontal stripes and wide belts. A cardigan, coat or blazer worn open will naturally draw the eye up and down as well. A shirt that hits below the widest part of your hips will also keep focus away from that area, look for knee-length and pencil skirt styles. Long necklaces, v-neck tops, loose scarves and maxi dresses that go all the way to the floor can also make you look a bit taller.



Flared pants or denims are often cut extra-long because they are meant to be worn with a heel. When the bell shape covers your shoe or only reveals the toe, the pants create one long line from your waist to the floor, which goes back to the vertical line tip above. (Dark washes work best, as well.) With the added bonus of a heel underneath, you’ll feel your longest and leanest.



It is the first rule in fashion that to flatter your figure, you shouldn’t pair loose with loose, boxy with boxy or even tight with tight. To look slimmer, try different combinations of fit to see what flatters your best assets. Try to draw attention towards the narrowest part of your body.



Wear all black or a monochromatic look! The head-to-toe black look is by far the easiest and most tried & tested way to give you the added confidence of feeling slimmer and taller any day of the week. You can try the same with lots of dark & bright colors, including navy, burgundy, charcoal grey, wine and blood red. To add interest, mix up your textures. Leather, denim, faux fur, silk—the combinations are endless, and endlessly flattering.

The most important thing to keep in mind when you want to look your best in the clothes you wear is the cut/silhouette of the garment, and of course how it fits you. The better your clothing fits, the better you will look always.

Trend Report – Spring/Summer ’17


Spring/Summer 2017 collections are taking the international runways by storm. Let’s take a look at the biggest trends for the upcoming season and gear up for summer!

From the bold and beautiful to the classic and restrained, many runways shared an appreciation for the straight and narrow stripes. Bold, bright, and brilliantly textured, spring’s stripes are a jolt of energy in a sea of classic Bretons. And while they came in all shades of the rainbow this season, our favorites were those that featured graphic primary colors anchored down with some polished black. Designers like Marc Jacobs, Altuzarra, Diane Von Furstenberg, Lacoste, Carolina Herrara and many more worked this trend to flawless perfection.

For those with ample confidence (and not-so-ample cleavage), there will be endless opportunities next spring to take the crop-top trend to its logical conclusion and skip the “top” part all together. Lingerie-like pieces were paired with evening skirts, cropped jeans, slinky suits, and more at shows as varied as Alexander Wang, Tory Burch, and Oscar de la Renta. With a few months yet till they hit the shelves, we at least have plenty of time to start working on our abs in preparation. However, just because some of us aren’t blessed with washboard abs, doesn’t mean we have to miss out on this super trend. Take a cue from Prada who did the fanciest but also the most convincing iterations of the trend for bra tops worn over a shirt. Elsewhere, Bottega Veneta’s were knitted and oozed sophistication, all tucked under a crocodile cropped jacket. Design giant Etro was a winner with this trend, completing his 90’s inspired runway look with chokers and pinstriped trousers.

More-is-more maximalism plus a DGAF attitude is shaping up to be the quickest ticket to the cool kids’ table this spring. The references may have been wide and varied—glam rock and rave culture at Marc Jacobs, rockabilly rebels at Coach, louche tropical vibes at Baja East—but ultimately, the same young, wild, and free spirit ran through some of the best shows this season. From ’70s rockstar style to the bands on-hand for the birth of MTV and grunge girls, rocker style of every iteration is in order for Spring. Get in line for a new leather moto. Our two “IT Girls” Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid both walked in dapper rocker styles for designers Ralph Lauren and Anna Sui respectively, and boy were they on-point! A special mention to Coach for those revamped biker jackets with classic black denims – definitely taking us back to the 80s when it was all about rock n’ roll.

Nothing feels quite as perfect for a prep-inspired spring as good old nautical details — and , thankfully, the runways offered them up by the (sail)boat load. The classic striped button-down has been turned on its head (sometimes quite literally) this season, with designers adding flounces, slashing shoulders, and super-sizing the silhouette, stripping it of any stale, corporate connotations in the process. It’s a look that pays homage to tradition, but shows you’re not too concerned with playing by the rules. Designers like Tory Burch, Monsi, Rag & Bone and Anna Sui gave us a much-needed insight to this trend and how to work it for the coming spring.

Frills were BIG at every Fashion Week this time, both in terms of proportion (some looked capable of swallowing models whole) and in terms of popularity. The styles we’re most eager to get a hold of, though, were those that balanced the femininity with a little sleekness or ease—think asymmetrical dresses, one-shoulder tops, and voluminous skirts styled as effortlessly as a pair of jeans. Carried over from last season, it is time for this trend to take centre stage this spring and go full kitsch like at Altuzarra, covered in Fifties cherries and embroidered pineapples. Jonathan Saunders also drew on their enlivening powers for his first collection for Diane Von Furstenberg. Wear them with wrap-tie sandals and prepare for a summer of endless “Boomerang Wiggles” clogging up your Instagram feed.

This spring our color palette is well cut-out for us. First we start with the season’s favourite Yellow – From Mustard to Chartreuse to Zingy Lemon, yellow ran the gamut on the runways. At Tibi, Pastel 50’s Yellow was found arresting enough to emulate; while at Sies Marjan, there were more of the Fizzy Sherbet Yellows. Alexander Wang went all out with highlighter pen Neon Yellow and Thakoon favoured a more muted mustard. Second we talk about the Neons – Designers dipped their toes back into fluorescent waters for spring, both for day (like DKNY and Phillip Lim) and for night (like Delpozo or Jason Wu). DKNY’s neutral-colored layers and athleisure vibe suggested a wearable way to try out the trend at home. Coming to Sorbet Shades – Somewhere between warm pastels and cool neons lies the eye catching colors found in your favorite sorbet flavors. From lemony yellow to tangerine and tart raspberry—Spring is looking very sweet, indeed.

Performance gear is not going anywhere next Spring. Giorgio Armani and Bottega Veneta got in on the trend with Bermuda shorts and tracksuits; more prevalent were sporty leggings, which were worn under gowns and suits at Gucci and Pucci, and paired with athletic rain coats and bombers at Max Mara. Speaking of athletic rain coats: Versace had some of the best, in rich plums and emerald nylons, although Gigi Hadid scored the winner in a sequin and bead-embellished navy number with heavy sportswear influences. Now that sweatshirts have fully entered the fashion lexicon, every facet of sporting style is getting in on the game—from jerseys to track pants and pinnies, it’s officially warm up season.

Some Micro Trends which deserve a special mention:
  • One Shoulder Cut-Outs

  • Slit Sleeves

  • Khaki

  • Robes

  • White Shirt Dresses

  • Whimsical Florals juxtaposed with Fruits

Trends which made come back in 2016.

Trends often reflects the society. Important personalities in history have also had an impact on fashion, but no matter how competitive and innovative the Fashion industry is, it actually has to follow what is called the “Fashion Cycle”, which has no specific measurable time period. Some styles sustain for longer period of time. Some die out soon, and some styles come back years after they were declined.. So we can say that fashion changes with time and has always been evolving to fit the taste, lifestyle and demands of society. It is only natural that the new trends are introduced to the public gradually.

Take a look at these vintage styles from our mom’s generation that is making a comeback this season.

Flared bottoms

To ace this trend, all you need to do is raid your mom’s closet or trunks from years gone by and take out her flared bottoms. This ‘hippie’ style accentuates your figure like no other. You can pair them with high heels and off-shoulder tops and you are good to go. The perfect blend of quirk and bohemia, these vintage bottoms are comfortable and snug, and our moms loved wearing them a lot back in the 70s.flared bottoms

Big geek Glasses

The giant geeky glasses and tinted shades are making a huge comeback and how. Think Zeenat Aman and Dum Maaro Dum and you know what we are talking about. Ask your moms and they will tell you how big a rage they were back in their time. And luckily for us, this retro trend is back in vogue. Myriad shapes and different hues, you can pair these glasses with your wardrobe and look retro-chic.

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High Waisted Denims

There is a reason why they are called the ‘mom jean’ because they love you back. The silhouette may be super unflattering but boy oh boy, are they snuggly? Your Pinterest feed is flooded with fashion bloggers giving a big thumbs up to this retro style. These high rise pants were a rage back in our moms’ time and it is here to stay.

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Fringes and Tassels

Tassel Fringe is in! Yes there is still plenty of 70s- and Western-inspired suede fringe walking down the runways and on the streets these days. Get your boho-chic on and flaunt your fringe in accessories and clothes.



Revamp your wardrobe and give it that extra edge with beautifully embellished chokers. This trend has made a huge comeback since the 70’s and many Indian celebs have been sported flauting their necks in style. Your mom in the eighties was definitely donning these beauties and so should you.


Big Hoop Earrings

When it came to earrings back in the seventies, the bigger was definitely better. And this decade too, stands by it. Sneak into your mother’s jewellery box and gorge on your mom’s favourite gold hoop earrings.


Block heels

If you are hunting for big chunky heels, you need to look no further. Prod your mother to take out her old platform heels for you. These may not be super comfortable but hey, who said vanity was easy.

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Peasant Blouses

The flowy silhouette was everything that the seventies stood for; nonchalance and freedom. Our mothers will tell us that. The peasant blouses have made a huge comeback in 2016 as well. This hippie style is effortless, casual and modern.


Winged Liner

Made famous by Sharmila Tagore and Hema Malini, the winged liner was quite the rage back in our mother’s time. Before we even heard of the winged liner, our mothers were casually applying feline flicks on their eyes. Seventies, was the decade when the cat eye look was at its most dramatic. winged liner.jpg


This flowy garb from the seventies has returned to the fashion scene, like never before. You can wear it as a beach cover up or to a date and look flawlessly elegant. Or you can tweak your mother’s old Kaftans and give them a refreshing makeover.


Time to raid your mom’s closet and borrow those enviable pieces now.

Which “Denim Skirt” Are You?

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Let’s face it – Denim Skirts are all the rage this Season! Being one of the top trends from the Spring/Summer ’16 runway, we can see it making it’s own way into our Fall Wardrobe.

With the revivals of the 70s, 80s and 90s – the Denim Skirt has been inspired diversely with each era has adding a new Silhouette to the world of Denim Skirts!

Super easy to style and even more comfortable to live in, the Denim Skirt has definitely evolved from the basic styles of the eras bygone. Laced-Up Maxi styles, Button-Down Mini Styles and the evergreen Ripped Micro Styles – this Fall expect an overdose of these Denim beauties!

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It’s all about how you blend “Casual” with “Chic” this Season and Denim Skirts is the best way to go about it!

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Monsoon Essentials for Every Fashionista


As the rain comes pouring down, we must take a step back to stock up our wardrobes with “Monsoon-Ready” Styles! Wondering how you can master the art of Monsoon-Dressing? Worry not as we have the answers to all your Rainy-Day-Dilemmas!

When it comes to Apparels, avoid following Trends blindly and take measures to make those rainy day ensembles as Practical as it can get! Ditch those long flowy skirts and skinny jeans (though we all love them to bits), and opt for shorter styles like fun, printed shorts and divided skirts. Layer it up with a water-resistant Jacket and you’re all set!

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When it comes to Bags and Shoes, the rule is no different from Apparels. Keep your hands free for the Umbrella and go with the much in-trend Backpacks! Water resistant PU or Rexine is an absolute must! Your feet need protection from the dirty puddles of water, so don’t forget to keep them covered in uber cool Sneakers and Loafers! Avoid canvas shoes or espadrilles as they get wet and will not help our “Monsoon Cause”.

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Why stop at clothes, shoes and bags? Make your Monsoon more of a fashion affair with quirky Patterned Umbrellas and some much needed waterproof Mascara!

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So Girlies,

No more waiting, let’s get y’all Rain-Ready!



Wouldn’t you like your ethnicwear to make you look hot?

Beauty cannot be confirmed to standards….unconventional can be breathtaking! Indian attire like sarees, suits, lehenga’s are a boon for plus size women. These silhouettes are not only flattering but also can be used to maximum advantage to either hide or emphasise a body part.

While investing in ethnic wear, do keep the following tips in mind:


  • Fabric: Opt for flowy and soft material like georegtte, chiffon, crepe, satin etc. Stay away from stiff & firm fabrics like cotton, organza, organdi, silk etc. as it adds bulk to your body.
  • Design:Look for prints that compliment your body structure. Avoid wide borders in sharp color contrasts. Make sure the border color closely blends with the body of the saree.
  • Blouse: V-neck, sweetheart and deep U necklines create an illusion of slimmer shoulders and an elongated neck. If you have a pear shaped body, you can opt for boat neck and slightly puffed sleeves for a more proportionate appearance.
  • Pleats and Drapes: While draping the saree, avoid too many pleats on your waist as it will add bulk to your stomach. On the upper body, place the pallu on the shoulder without the pleats, as it will give you a slimmer look.



  •  Blouse: The blouse length should be kept longer with princess cuts or darts. 3/4 sleeves or full sleeves are the most flattering when combined with broader/bigger necklines.
  • Lehenga skirt: Bell shape, mermaids or trumpet silhouettes are the most suitable for wide rectangle body shape. Flared A-line skirts draw attention to the waist and camouflage heavier bottoms. Hence it works best for pear body shape.
  • Dupptta: Drape the dupptta in a way so that it helps in camouflaging your pitfalls. Wear it on one side to create an asymmetric illusion.




  • Sillhouttes: A-line, angrakha, asymmetrical, princess cuts are the most flattering styles for plus size women. One should avoid wearing heavy anarkali suits as it adds unwanted bulk.
  • Necklines: V-neck, scoop neck,  U necklines are the best options.
  • Fabrics: Fabric and fit is the key here. Choose flowy fabrics like crepe or chiffon and make sure the fit is nor too loose, nor too tight.
  • Length: Tall women look great with long kurtis but shorter women should opt for short or knee length kurtis.huma-qureshi_081713053352

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