Whether you call it a tote, a hold-all or a giant handbag; we can all agree that it’s a boon to have at least one of these in your life. Because apart from the regular laptop and makeup case, we now have the added responsibility of carrying a sanitiser, mask, tissues and other paraphernalia to keep us kicking those germs and staying healthy everyday.
Ever since it’s inception, Warp ‘n Weft has been the brand synonymous with Benarasi weaves. They’re known for their sustainable processes as well as conserving handloom traditions and it’s safe to say, each and every one of their pieces is a labor of love and meticulously made.
While scrolling through their Instagram and making mental notes for some of our own wedding days,
There are two types of people in this world – those who love wearing prints, and those who don’t. For those of you who love them, your closet is filled with all kinds of shapes and colours – you’ll pick an animal print for date night instead of a little black dress, or a striped shirt instead of a basic white one for the office.
Think about it, stilettos can’t be worn on cobbled ground or grass for obvious reasons. Wedges are great, but if they’re too tall, they can be treacherous. Which leaves us with the block heel. They’re almost always comfortable to wear; can be worn on all kinds of surfaces and tbh, they look as good as their not-so-comfy counterparts.
Three things you think of when you say ‘summer’ and ‘wedding’ in the same sentence – light, airy and fuss-free. What you don’t need is a heavily embroidered lehenga or worse, a voluminous anarkali making you feel uncomfortable and irritable all wedding long. Enter Picchika. They work with airy organza and light silk to make works of art (no,
It’s time to shed those layers ladies. With the temperatures rising rapidly, the only outfits keeping you cool are those that are airy, easy-breezy, light and something that doesn’t stick to your body when you’re out and about. We already gave you a list of things to add to your summer wardrobe. Here are three more stylist-approved pieces from Color Story By Dee that could take you from summer in the city,
Aren’t they just the best kind of weddings? People who have destination weddings manage to keep it intimate, it feels like everyone attending is a part of the wedding and it’s just great to spend all that quality time with the newlyweds-to-be. That being said, lugging all that wedding-wear on a flight (or even by road) is no simple task.
Those temperatures are rising, the sun is coming out stronger and you’re ditching all your jackets and cardigan for lighter clothes. Summer calls for bright colours, easy-breezy silhouettes and that overall care-free vibe – at least when it comes to your wardrobe. Founded in 2019. Color Story by Dee is an eclectic fusion clothing line that has all those vibrant shades we’re looking for!
It’s the day of love. You’re looking at everything through rose tinted glasses and there are hearts all over the world tonight (à la Chris Brown). So of course we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day at StyleCracker. Not only have we added fresh date-y looks to our closet, we’ve also got a sweet little deal for you to spread the love.
Firstly, all 12 months of the year count as wedding season these days. When you’re in a certain age bracket, people are getting married practically every weekend, and your nights are now spent mostly at dance practice and receptions than at the clubs. While your clothes are obviously important during these times, it’s your shoes that can make or break your look.
Let’s be honest, there are more than a thousand brands out there making something new and cool every single day. Making your way through that crowd and coming out the victor can be an extremely daunting task. And to add to that, it takes a lot of time and patience. What if there was a way to fast track you to the top?
It’s true, your crisp white shirt will always be stylish. It’s neat, it can be worn in many ways and with multiple things and even though it’s a simple staple in everyone’s wardrobe, it still brings out all kinds of personalities. That being said, it’s ok (and advisable) to mix it up every now and then.