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Independence Day Style Tips

Independence Day Style Tips

It’s that time of the year again when all the toddlers are lured to attend school for the free candies and cakes, when the corporate hubbub actually calms down for a day, the milkman and newspaper vendors are finally able to take an off & listening to “Mere Desh Ki Dharti” on FM gives us goose bumps. I am quite sure you’ve already figured out it’s the 15th of August we are referring to.  A very HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY everyone! It’s such a privilege to be born in this terrific country. Now, I know y'all might be wondering none of...

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Why My affair with 21st Century Dupatta will always continue…….

Why My affair with 21st Century Dupatta will always continue…….

Dupattas are no longer draped out of ‘laaj’ and ‘haya’. Its no longer a piece of cloth which is mandatory to be taken in ethnic outfits. Its no longer a boring tag along without which once females were not allowed to step out. In fact Dupatta of 21st century has become a magic speller which changes the look of your outfit instantly. A dupatta is responsible to make or break your ethnic ensemble. It has the charm of adding gorgeousness to the dullest of out fits. The distinctive styles of Dupatta drapes and dollops of oomph will make your old...

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You’ve always had a mask in your wardrobe!

You’ve always had a mask in your wardrobe!

Women’s best friend, the dupatta! You call it dupatta? We call it your best buddy Level up your fashion styling with dupattas Wondering why invest in dupattas? Here’s why! An ardent Ekta Kapoor buff or not, you cannot deny that you've watched Prerna's red dupatta stuck- in-time in Anurag's lavish wrist watch and, truth be told, as cringey as it may sound, the show wouldn't have been the same without the iconic "red dupatta".   We've been using dupattas as far back as my memory goes. I, personally, have done it all. From draping the dupatta as saree when I...

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The filmi dupatta history

The filmi dupatta history

"Hawa mein urta jaye mera lal dupatta malmal ka, ho ji, ho ji" crooned a young Lata Mangeshkar for the movie Barsaat (1950), which was the maiden assignment for composers Shanker Jaikeshan, who had a long and fruitful career in store. The song was not picturised on Nargis or debutante Nimmi, the two leading ladies of the movie, but on a starlet Vimla. And you know why the dupatta didn’t appear red on the screen? The answer is simple: the movie was in black-and-white.   About the same time, Noor Jehan starred in a Pakistani movie called Dupatta, produced and directed...

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Dupattas... timeless fashion

Dupattas... timeless fashion

Trends change because variety is the spice of life. Variety also spices up the way one dresses. The salwar kurta which started as a trendy way to dress with more comfort and movement that a sari offered soon became a staple in most wardrobes. The thumbs up given by Indira Gandhi -- iconic symbol of empowerment for most women at a time when the workplace was a space mostly for the adventurous -- added to the salwar suit's popularity. Mrs. Gandhi went on record saying that the ensemble helped the working woman move with freedom and ease and yet kept...

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