Hailing from Sri Lanka, one of Bollywood’s finest actresses – Jacqueline Fernandez has proved her versatility with roles played in each movie. Not just a great actress, she’s also a great dancer, super chirpy and fit. Did you know that she also possesses some great styling and designing skills? Well, she’s an all-rounder and that’s great,
The Bohemian, a pret line brought to you by Mitaali Vohra under the Roopa Vohra House Of Design! Breaking all traditional barriers, the label expresses a sophisticated modern vibe through bold yet intricate cutting edge designs.
The Bohemian offers opulent luxury statement pieces in silver as well as alloy.
Handcrafted in myriad bright colors and stones make for the Fusion sensibility of these semi-precious baubles.
Keep it understated. It’s the abracadabra for making your imitation jewellery to appear rich.To get the affluent look you need not invest much. You only need to invest right.
Go for angular shaped accessories. Structured ornaments denote refined taste while cutesy shapes like hanging hearts and fluttering butterflies make you look like a dolled up, overgrown child.
‘To wear or not to wear’ is not the question that arises with this print. It has always managed to stay in the limelight since its debut in the 60s. But, being popular doesn’t imply that this print is easy to handle. With its bold and edgy characteristics styling the print with separates and accessories becomes a challenge.
With over a handful of designers to choose from; here’s our lowdown on the accessory brands at The StyleCracker Borough Pune. Each one will add a definite punch to your accessory closet.
Rakshanda Shoes: An exclusive women’s footwear label, created and run by Rakshanda Hussain epitomizes sheer exuberant style for your feet that’s customized to your liking.
House Of Chic, started by Jinali Sutariya and Heena Surani is a multi-designer pop up store that launched in Los Angeles in 2012. Since then, they have curated pop up stores in major fashion capitals of the world, working with high end designers and taking Indian fashion to the global markets.
House of Chic has recently launched an in-house accessory line which is an eclectic mix of dark,
All bow down for the princess! Fashion is having a royal moment with accessories taking on a decidedly medieval influence. How else can one explain the emergence and popularity of headgears, slave bracelets and midi rings? Here’s a cheat sheet to get you on trend. Drumrolls please!
Diadems,mathapatis and its simpler cousins were all anyone could talk about this season.