Let’s face it, November to end February has been ear-marked as ‘Wedding Season’ in everyone’s calendars. If you’re in your late 20s and up, the functions you need to attend are practically endless. Hell, I have one friend whose been to at least ten weddings back to back, including a few destination ones thrown in between!
I made a bunch of new resolutions for 2018 and as you’d expect, one of them was for my clothes. I promised to start focusing more on the quality of the pieces I buy rather than the quantity. If I can wear it at least five to ten times, then it’s worth it. Another part of this resolution was to look at new designers.
By now, if everything went according to your plan, you’ve figured out what you’re wearing for Valentine’s Day tomorrow. Hopefully you went to the StyleCracker Night Market and found a gift for your partner and if you’re really planning on looking great, you even ordered a StyleCracker Box with a stylist-approved outfit for V-Day. The only thing that’s left on your checklist is a bomb beauty look and girlfriend,
Take a second to let that title sink in. Yes, you read “30 products”. Yes, you read “all under Rs. 3000”. Not only is the StyleCracker Night Market a great place to take your Valentine this year, it’s also not expensive to do it. Most of the stores we’ve curated are bringing easy-to-buy and easy-to-wear pieces,
Everyone’s favourite shopping, eating and drinking festival is only 3 days away and we can’t contain the excitement levels at the StyleCracker HQ! Yes we’re going to be supremely busy making sure all of YOU have fun and make the most of the StyleCracker Night Market, but that doesn’t mean our shopping lists aren’t ready to roll.
Ladies and gentlemen, Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday this year. So unless you have the day off from work (which is highly unlikely) you’re going to land up being basic and taking your date to that overdone movie and dinner. It’s time to do something different this time around and what your valentine won’t expect,
A majority of the first three days at Lakmé Fashion Week was all about simple, easy-to-wear silhouettes in light fabrics – all perfect for your summer wardrobe. But the last two days took a 180 degree turn. Yes the clothes were still summer-appropriate, but the embroidery got heavier and suddenly you were left craving a new festive wardrobe for the summer too.
The great thing about fashion week in Mumbai is that it comes with all the works. Designers not only make it a point to showcase amazing clothes on the runway, they manage to put up a full performance. It’s not just about the fashion, it’s a production and I don’t know about you, but I love it!
I know fashion designers are showcasing their Summer/Resort collections so each outfit is expected to be light and airy. Everything from the silhouettes, fabrics and even the hair and makeup was so easy-breezy – I wanted summer to come sooner! We saw tonnes of tulle, light wraps and a whole lot of sandals and flat shoes.
Hot on the heels of the Golden Globes, the Grammys red carpet came filled to the brim with inspiration. From the coolest hairstyles and to-die-for accessories, to the hottest outfits and makeup – Hollywood’s top musicians made quite the splash.
Between Lady Gaga’s braids and Hailee Steinfeld’s boots, we didn’t know what to look at. So we’ve put it all in one place and hopefully you can pick out the coolest thing you saw on the Grammys red carpet for us.
Did you really think we’d take a break after the Pune edition of our StyleCracker Night Market? Well, we’re back! And this time, we’re taking over one of your weekends in February! The StyleCracker Night Market is back and we’re coming at you with a whole new set of tricks up our sleeves.
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While we were busy questioning whether to go workout, being chained to our desks or just dragging our butts through the first month of the new year, Alia Bhatt was off looking like a damn princess! Her childhood bestie just tied the knot and Alia was there, front and centre giving her every bit support she could –