1. Principles for hot weather

    Of all the seasons, summer feels quite irritable due to the hot and sweaty weather that ruins your look completely. Besides health maintenance such as drinking much water, having fruits and avoiding junk foods, dressing also plays a major role in irresistible humid climate. It becomes even more essential if you are going for an interview or a special event such as marriage or gathering parties. Therefore one should have a clear cut planning and idea about the attire that should be worn in the summer season to reduce inconvenience and also look good at the same time.  Here are some principles that classy people should follow to maintain their prestige and image with their dress and looks that reflect their status.

    Avoid over aesthetics: - Use of sunscreen lotion is enough for the protection of tanning but the use of more chemicals on your skin can cause adverse effects on summer. Due to extreme heat, those aesthetics

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  2. Why Online Shopping is being Popular?

    Online shopping has become a convenient way of shopping. Online shopping sites for clothes are one of the most visited e-commerce websites. Many of us prefer to run our fingers on the screens of our phones instead of walking to the shopping malls or shops for shopping.
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  3. Trends Shaping The Indian Apparel Industry: Expectations vs. Reality

    Indian Apparel Industry is blooming constantly and Online shopping market has contributed the most in achieving this goal. The trends in Indian Apparel Industry is bringing a huge change in the lifestyle of people living in India.
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  4. A Designer Gown: The Most Curvaceous Dress On The Planet

    DESIGNER GOWN
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  5. Lehenga Choli : The Quintessential Celebration Wear

    A set of lehenga choli and dupatta is an Indian traditional wear that is mostly worn at weddings, parties, and festivals. There is a great variety of Lehenga -Cholis are available in the market with a variety of designs. Lehenga is more popular in North India while in south and central Indian states this attire is worn with a different sartorial style of stitching. 

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