• We Could Wear Dia Mirza’s Beautiful Printed Monochrome Dress in This Season

    Posted by Amit Singh

    Dia Mirza attended the NDTV Cleanathon event on yesterday. She looked in a black & white printed monochrome dress by Urvashi Joneja. She was accessorized her monochrome outfit with a pair of chunky sandals.

    We Could Wear Dia Mirza’s Beautiful Printed Monochrome Dress This Season

    She looked so cool & comfy in this outfit. She kept her look with a simple hairstyle and nude makeup. Dia’s look is so simple but stylish and this is perfect for this season. If you want to look simple & stylish than you can try this look. It’s perfect!!

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  • Dia Mirza Looked Beautiful In Designer Maxi Dress By Aneeth Arora At The Lonely Planet Awards

    Posted by Amit Singh

    Recently, Dia Mirza attended The Lonely Planet Awards Function. Wherein she was seen in a designer maxi dress design by Aneeth Arora, featuring an embellished yoke and a tulle skirt.

    Dia Mirza Looked Beautiful In Maxi Dress By Aneeth Arora At The Lonely Planet Awards

    She accessorizes her look with a pair of red color studs, a matching clutch, and a beautiful finger ring.

    Dia Mirza Looked Beautiful In Maxi Dress By Aneeth Arora At The Lonely Planet Awards

    Minimal makeup, bright red lips, and hair up in a do complete her this gorgeous look.

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  • Manish Malhotra Throws A Welcome Home Party For Priyanka Chopra

    Posted by Gunjan toytoy

    Gorgeous Priyanka Chopra At Manish Malhotra's Party

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  • New Fashion Trends Of Draping a Saree

    Posted by Amit Singh

    A perfect fashion diva knows what to wear for the flawless occasion. Thinking of what to wear at a traditional wedding? A beautiful draped sarees comes into your mind. Everyone knows how to wear it in a regular way. But wouldn’t it be fun to spice things up by adding a few twists? This is definitely an exciting possibility. Here are some latest trends in Sarees that are very in vogue these days.

    Traditional or Nivi Style

    The ‘Navi’ style of draping a saree is the traditional form which most people wear day in and day out. The roots of this style is in Andhra Pradesh and has been adopted by women across the country. It is versatile, making it a universal choice.


    Lehenga Style

    Are you wondering about what to wear for a function or where you need to wear ethnic attire? The lehenga style saree would be an excellent choice as it is very fashionable. Well, you can be sure that you will be a head-turner. There are pre-stiched sets that are easily available in the market as well. And it goes without saying that is is a perfect option if you want to show off your curves and save the trouble of actually draping a saree!


    The Retro Double Drape/Mumtaz Style

    Mumtaz set a trend in the 80s’ with the way she draped her saree in the song ‘Aaj Kal Tere Mere PyarKe Charche’. Ever since then this style has always been a look that fashionistas have resorted to when they have a retro-look in mind. It is an excellent choice if you want to flaunt your figure.


    Mermaid Style

    To give a look of the mermaid gown, this style is worn to accentuate curves at the hip section and give a flare at the bottom. The trick to nail this flattering dressing style is to leave out the pleats in the waist. As a result, it will look like a skirt at the bottom and has a slimming effect as well.


    Butterfly Style

    One of the hottest trends in B-town right now is the butterfly draping style. It is a simple twist of the traditional style where the pleated pallu is very thin exposing the navel. Now this trending style is the best choice if you plan to go to a party or a function.


    Saree with Pants

    Brought into Indian fashion by our very own Anamika Khana,this is one of the indo-western styles of draping a saree


    The Northern Style

    Also known as Floating style, this is one of the most popular casual styles to drape a Saree in. It is a simple style where you drape the saree the common traditional way with pleats in the front and keep the pallu open along your shoulder as well as your arm.


    Short Floating Style

    A little modification, you can keep the palla pleated a little on your your elbow to keep your arms free.


    Bengali Drape/ Double Border Drape Style

    Bengali drape keeping the palla loose right from the bottom and drape it all through the front.


    Dhoti Style

    Another indo-western design, this style evolved from the traditional Marathi saree. To make it easy, the saree is draped over dhoti pants.




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    Bollywood Styles

    B'Town has always given us great styles to wrap the sarees in. Clearly, Bollywood celebrities keep trying new ideas and influence us in trying them out too. Let’s have a look at what new we’ve got:


    Hottest Draping Inclinations in Saris Fashion World


    Wear a steamy hot look and carry it with an elegant attitude this season! The knot saree drape, two pallu dhoti style, saris with pants and tulip drape are also amazing options.

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