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Styling my mother for my sister's wedding

Styling my mother for my sister's wedding
One of the most important job for me was to make sure my mother looked like a Royal Queen for all the wedding functions for my sister‘s wedding. For the evening North Indian Style wedding I designed a gold and forest green coloured Rajputani Lengha for her. Continue reading

What I do to make myself feel beautiful?

What I do to make myself feel beautiful?
In this post I share some of the techniques I use to make myself feel more beautiful. Read the article, may be you might find something that will change your life! Stay Happy :) Continue reading

Rules are meant for Fashion not Style. Break them all!

Rules are meant for Fashion not Style. Break them all!
In this post I wanted to reflect on the ruthless world of fashion and style that we live in that is cultivating a nest of mental health issues. An ugly world of insecurity and self-doubt lies underneath all this glamour, excitement and an unrealistic potrayal of beauty, which make everyone question their identity. Continue reading

Tips for wearing dark lipstick

Tips for wearing dark lipstick
Styling with dramatic dark tones can be intimidating—and messy. Don't worry though, if you remember a few basics you can easily create a bold look that makes a statement without looking OTT. Continue reading

Difference between a single ikkat and a double ikkat patola saree?

Difference between a single ikkat and a double ikkat patola saree?

The patola fabric is rightly called the king of textiles as it never fades. It epitomizes weaving perfection and is one of the finest textiles of India. The process of weaving a patola saree is tricky, it requires mathematical precession, patience and a creative vision. A patola saree looks the same from both sides, it is not faded on one side, unlike other handwoven textiles.

 

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Bandhani : The Magic of Colours

Bandhani : The Magic of Colours

Bandhani a form of surface enhancement that is done by using tie-dye technique. It is believed that it may have originated accidentally but eventually evolved into an art form. I work with skilled craftsmen from Kutch in Gujarat, through Saurashtra, Rajasthan, and Haryana to make exquisite...

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