by Tasneem Dhinojwala As the weather is about to transition from the chilly winter days to the refreshing feel of summer, there is yet another festival to celebrate – Navroz, the Parsi New Year. It is celebrated on the first day of Spring or the Vernal Equinox, when the length of the day is…
Navroz or ‘new day’ is the Parsi New Year, which is celebrated on the first day of the Spring or Vernal Equinox. It is also the Iranian and Persian New Year that is celebrated by people from diverse ethnic communities and religions, who either are Persian migrants or have been influenced by Iranian culture.
There might be a list of parties that you are invited to, or even you might be hosting one. Then what do you decide to wear, to look your best.
Valentine Day can be another excuse for all you fashionistas to get all dressed and dolled up.
Love is in the air. It is the Valentine’s month. God of Love, Cupid is beaming with passion and pride. And so are you.
The great Indian wedding season is back and how? The D-day is one of the most special occasions in your life. You got to look the prettiest.
This bridal season, sport stunning designer lehenga sarees and look pretty as well as stay warm!
Dressing up for a festival has its own share of fun and excitement. Simply pick an outfit with any or all of the tri-colors – orange, white, blue, or green that best suits your style.
If clothes make a man, they define a woman too, which is why, we women have to be extra careful in choosing what to buy and wear. Not only that, we should also know how to wear what we choose to buy.
Christmas left us happy, new year left us fashionable and now in 2017, with Lohri on its way, we cannot disappoint the onlookers; not when they know what a fashionista you are.