Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Make your own lights

Decorating and lighting up the house for Diwali is a tradition we have been following for years. And what can there be than to decorating with handmade things. Get involved in exciting and easy crafts that you and kids make together, for some extra family and fun time. And see the happiness you offer them when they see their crafts hanging around the house. Plus they'll look forward to such moments all the year round! Here's another DIY for your 'Home Sweet Home'

Things you need
Thermocol cups Acrylic paints, 5mt long light string. thermocol cups, craft cutter




Get Started!

Begin with painting the cups. i chose black to make the light shine brighter




2. Dot the alphabet.



3. Make two small cuts on each side of the alphabet to stick in the wire. this way the cups will fit nicely over the wire.




4. i put two little lights each in every cup.



5. Put the cups together.


The result 

Light up the room






Thursday, November 5, 2015

Shop for crop

Not everyone has the perfect beach body. One must always embrace the way your body looks. One piece of clothing looks different on two people with the same bodytype. Reason being- the confidence with which one carries an outfit makes you stand out. Remember, clothes don't make you look good, you make the clothes look good. The only thing that makes a great outfit is 'Confidence'. Wearing clothes according to your shape and not size is the foremost step towards building confidence.
So this festive season forget the boring churidaars and think crop. Yes, crop tops! Crop tops have been a rage this summer. The wrong notion attached to crop tops is that they are only for the trim girls or the petite body types. I decided to wear mine post pregnancy. And I'll show you how to wear yours too this festive season. Giving a more traditional feel to the crop, here are a few tips yo keep in mind while you decide to dazzle in a cropper for the Diwali party or your best friend's wedding. And believe me, they are for everyone.

Wide  shoulders- women with wide shoulder must go for halter necks. Draw attention towards your neck and away from your shoulders. To enhance the narrow bottom add a flared ghagra(skirt) in  a lighter color.Reference- Kareena Kapoors outfit from 'bole chooriyan of Kabhi Khushi Kabhi ghum'.

Pear shaped- A crop that ends almost 2inches below the braline is the right choice. Thats the slimmest part of the waist. A deep 'v' neck would accentuate your upper half and make your neck appear longer. team up a high waisted lehanga.

Curvy- curvy women must choose longer crops. The top that ends at your natural waist and the lehanga that starts from the natural waist. A saree would also look perfect on this body type.

Petite- the petite can swap the choli with a strappy cropper.

Plus size women can also wear crops. If you're uncomfortable with skin show, a full sleeve crop top is an absolute stunner in that case. Do not shy away from a cropper. A full sleeve crop top is both elegant and right for almost all body types. If you're not sure about a crop. invest in one that goes with several outfits. Crop with gold,details,  nude shades could be a great beginners pick.

Wore the same outfit twice with my bronze crop top with a silk skirt


I'm also wearing my wedding dupatta







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