Friday, 5 February 2016

Any Shopping plans for this weekend?

Any Shopping plans for this weekend?

It's starting of the month February...Only exciting thing about that is where to use your salary amount this time to get some different look through shopping? You must be puzzled  about which brand to choose for shopping? What new to try?

Jeans are tough and un-stretchable while leggings are stretchable but very revealing, so why not try combination of the two? Any women can wear jeggings but it should be of right fit. No hassle of the zip or button, just pull on to the waist. You can select from wide range of bright colors and pastel shades with standard denim wash effects.

                              Leg pants for tall beauties

Skinny jeans might be torture sometime, don’t worry. Be cool in wide leg pants for best  style.
  • Kitten heels suit best on your long legs
  • Avoid pointed-toe shoes with wide leg pant
  • Girls with short or average height should avoid too much flare
  • Follow basic balance rule: if bottom is loose, then go for well fitted top
  • Buy Wide-leg pant long enough and make sure that your pant can hide your high heels.
  • Flared pant looks particularly good when it is paired with kurti that defines your waist.

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

The Eternal Simplicity

Every Attire of India showcase simplicity in its own style

Rosiness of Jammu and Kashmir 

Clothing of Jammu and Kashmir is unique in the whole Indian Sub-Continent. The Kashmiri women are the most beautiful in India. Being beautiful is being Simple. That’s what clothing of Kashmiri women describes us about Simplicity. These cultural attributes reflect in the attires of inhabitants. 

Why Clothing of Himachal Pradesh is know for its Simplicity


                                    Heavy Jewelry of Himachal Pradesh

Here's the reason why Be-indi wants to highlight the simplicity of Himachal Pradesh.
Gaddis, Kinnaurs, Gujjars, Gadoun and Tanolis are the major tribal groups. Other groups are Brahmins, Rajputs, Kolis, Gurkhas, Kannets also present there. Diverse groups reflects on there clothing too. Carrying Simplicity and tradition on their shoulder by women is most unusual.

Thursday, 29 October 2015


We usually call Diwali is a Festival of Light... that give light, and the darkness will disappear of itself. Diwali and Deepavali is a significant festival in Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism which means Deep (light) avali (rows), a row of lights that taught us to vanquish ignorance that subdues humanity and to drive away darkness that engulfs the light of knowledge. Deepavali is also celebrated by Buddhists of Nepal. The story behind diwali is- It was a dark, moonless night when Lord Ram, the banished king of Ayodhya returned home along with his wife, Sita after having vanquished the demon, Ravan (King of Lanka who had abducted Sita) and having completed 14 years in exile.
To honour and rejoice the homecoming of their king, the people of his kingdom lit his path with oil lamps to guide him on his way. Thus began the tradition of decorating homes and public spaces with earthenware oil lamps (diyas) to mark the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness and the five day celebration came to be known as Diwali or Deepavali which means ‘rows of lights/lamps’.

If we are saying that it is a festival of good over evil, so why are we spoiling our life and our environment on this special day? Even we are inviting the evil by using crackers. We use a large number of crackers for our happiness, but we forget that these crackers affect our environment as well as our life. We should enjoy Diwali without using Crackers because it may cause of these things…..

1.      They cause air pollution. A research said that air pollution goes up by 30% during Diwali.

2.      It takes time for the harmful gases to go away. If there is no rain and proper wind, the harmful gases take longer time to get cleared.

3.      Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrous Oxides and many other harmful gases are released because of crackers causing respiratory problems and diseases. You definitely don’t want to inhale them.

4.      You are helping to increase global warming.

5.      Noise pollution: Crackers create high decibel sound and most people feel numbness in the ears after bursting crackers. It can also make you deaf.
6.       Garbage disposal is a perennial problem in India but crackers just add to the existing problem.

7.      We feel enjoyable but have you ever think about them who can’t explain about their pain. The animals, who are most affected by crackers.
8.      Not only animals but we also trouble our beloved one like small baby, pregnant lady and old age people. 
9.      Are you aware about one fact? That under-age kid makes crackers. And with this you are also promoting child labour.

10.  People also get injured by making crackers. And as mention above that who is making crackers.
11.  Most of the time they cause fire. Seriously isn’t it obvious that fire crackers cause fire. Still we are using them.
12.  Deep (light) avali (rows) means a row of lights, not row of high noise making crackers. Celebrate it by lighting lamps and distributing sweets and presents.
13.  We are not burning crackers but we are burning our health our environment and our money.

14.  Seriously now a day’s burning expensive crackers is a symbol of status. That’s why we burn rupees in crore on this occasion.
15.  Most of the time we said that we are religious; we can’t tolerate a single word about our religion and about our God. Still we burning our money that we call Laxmi, and there is so many crackers whose rapper hold our God Goddess picture.

So kindly avoid crackers, there is much more things to do, much more to give you happiness. Just make sure that your happiness does not cause of someone life. I hope the light of Diyas brightens up not only your homes but also your hearts..

Shubh Dipavali.......

Thursday, 22 October 2015

Dressing for Weddings

Dressing for Weddings-

Billions of people, more than 1600 spoken language, 29 currently different States, over 9 religions, one country India- defines diversity. This diversity, seen in every realm of Indian life starting from food & clothing to customs & traditions, is reflected in Indian marriages as well.
You always see a wide array of vibrant colours, food, rituals and dances blended together in a large and long celebration. Being a Hindu, Muslim or Sikh traditional one, it is likely that the marriage overwhelmed you by the bewildering array of rituals and etiquette.

Generally wearing pure white and black are avoided during the wedding. Wedding and wedding related events are colourful, loud, and fun. Of course if you have a fabulous white or black dress that you would never wear for a funeral, then you can wear it.

For functions-                                                                                                                              An Indian wedding lasts at least 3 days, even for a week! From pre-wedding rituals like Mehndi (henna) to the 2-3 hours long main ceremony and finally, the reception, there are a lot of events taking place, some of which you may be invited to participate in. so you need to choose a proper dress which give a look of mesmerizing. With the following tips you will definitely get your appearance with grace and style.
Ladies should wear soft, flowly dresses or salwar kameez if possible.  Go with oranges, pinks and cream colors.
For mehndi- the girls should wear something comfortable and nice. Women can wear a nice tunic top with a long skirt or jeans.  If you have a simple Indian outfit, go for it...

For sangeet- women can wear Salwar kameez, Saree, or Chenia Choli found in silk, chiffon, crepe, cotton and in many styles. Indian clothes should be preferred because dancing would be difficult.  Pick what you love best.

After all this the most awaited time come- The Wedding Ceremony..

Wedding Saree-
Saree is always the best option for the weddings whether it’s your wedding or you are going to attend a wedding. It will always go stylist. Mostly south Indian girls wear saree for their wedding ceremony. You can wear a nice saree in silk, crepe, chiffon or georgette that has embellishments and detailing to make it dressy and festive.
Wedding Lehenga-
In north india and most of the part in india, the girls wear lehenga for their wedding.If your wedding lehenga is not voluminous and lavish, simply go for it by toning down the look with less make up and minimal accessories. Drape the dupatta elegantly on one shoulder and sparkle at the event with grace.

Anarkali Suit-
When it comes to attending a wedding as a guest, an anarkali suit is the best option. It is trendy, elegant and dressy, all at once, without being overwhelming. Pair the outfit with a nice clutch and shiny footwear and you are all set to roll at the wedding. 

Keep your dress simple-
While some women do not miss the opportunity to unwrap all their finery to show them off at a wedding ceremony, we suggest you avoid over-dressing for the occasion. That certainly does not mean that you wear a plain outfit. We would advise you to pick a wedding saree or a wedding lehenga in a subtle colour with delicate embellishments. If the blouse of your wedding saree or the dupatta of your wedding lehenga appear too lavish, trade them for pieces that are less extravagant.
Else, wear a dressy anarkali suit with elaborate detailing so that your outfit does not clash with the bride’s outfit. That way, you will not be competing with the bride for attention but will certainly get appreciative nods from onlookers.
Women could wear red or maroon, but again, chances are high that the bride’s wedding saree or the wedding lehenga is one of the two colours. So the best option would be to stick to tried and tested colours like yellow, green, blue or pink.
Nothing Too Tight or Too Revealing-
One of the most important things to remember is that the wedding ceremony and the events that precede and follow them are long drawn and time consuming. So it is always better to wear comfortable clothes that are not too tight.
That skin-tight, low-cut blouse of your wedding lehenga or wedding saree may look fabulous on you, but it isn’t what you want to flaunt when it could make you or the onlookers uncomfortable.
Don’t Go Too Casually Dressed-
An Indian wedding is not really the occasion to turn up in daily wear cotton clothes. Since you are going to be surrounded by bling, you may as well dress up to mix in with the crowd that will be dazzling in stunning wedding sarees, wedding lehengas and anarkali suits. Wear one of your special festive outfits and show attention to detail while putting your ensemble together. Line your eyes generously, dab on your favourite lipstick and do something different with your hair so that it is not one of those “normal day” looks anymore!

Have fun and enjoy the colors, styles, and madness associated with an Indian wedding.