Friday, 25 October 2013

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Thursday, 17 October 2013

Trend Tale : Ghagra

This festive season Ghagra is the showstopper. Celebs were seen wearing it on and off screen through this year, but now Ghagra is in the fashion peak! Thanks to Mr Bansali for his Raam-Leela :) And kudos to the designer of the film Anju Modi . Actually the promos of the film caught my eyes and I initially thought of writing a post on the color "red" because the color of passion, love and festival is present all over the trailers. As the Durga puja is over in Bengal I have seen a lot of use of red, in the pandals, in Maa Durga's saree, in "sindoor khela". But no that's not the topic of this post! Coming back to the point, after watching the promos I was so inspired by those wonderfully gorgeous and traditional ghagras that I decided to do this post. After a little research I have found some of the best Ghagras on silver screen and on red carpet. At the end of this post I will give some links of online stores where they sell similar ghagras or make replicas of them. So that any pretty girl anywhere in India (or outside) can have a chance to look like a diva <3

On Screen: A song was made on this glamorous garment .

One of my another favorite Ghagra is from the Student of the Year.

Sunday, 6 October 2013

Heart to Heart: How much should you pamper your kids?

I love kids and yes i want to have some of my own in future. I dream about having a daughter and I dream about spoiling her with love, dolls,dresses and anything she wants and everything which i didn't get as a kid. I want my daughter to be pretty and kind and warm. But if i flood her with gifts, if every desire of her gets fulfilled in the next day, will she be kindhearted ? Will she be humble? Will she love or respect others? Wouldn't she turn in to a brat! A spoilt brat! Just like my sister.

When i was little, I loved Barbie dolls because of their glamorous appearance but my mother was dead against that plastic doll ( according to her it was "woman" like, not appropriate for small girls) . So as the result i didn't have any barbie doll. I used to dream about owning a "barbie city" when i grow up. I used to draw dresses and from an early age i started making dresses. No one taught me how to make a dress, it was my imagination and an undying passion for beautiful things! My first dress was made out of an old curtain and mosquito net!!  If as a child I could get anything I want in 2 seconds , I don't think I would bother to be creative  in this way. I have learnt the value of things but my sister hasn't. From a very young age she is very demanding, under her pressure my parents give her whatever she wishes. And now she has become so materialistic that no relation is more important than her gizmos and gadgets! I'm really scared for her! What she is doing to herself and to us is very painful.