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Yes, those minty foot lotions are lovely in the hot summer months, but during the winter, your feet need stronger stuff. Try finding lotions that contain petroleum jelly or glycerine instead. And use exfoliants to get the dead skin off periodically; that helps any moisturizers you use to sink in faster and deeper.
The festival of Eid is an important Muslim festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. After the month long Ramzan fasting, all the Muslim men, women and children indulge in festivities that they had been eagerly waiting for. Eid marks the end of Ramzan month and the beginning of feasting, festivities and fun. There are loved ones to greet, family members and friends to visit, and Eid parties to attend. Apart from Eid festivities, Eid Shopping is also one of the major attractions of Eid. You cannot compromise on what you wear, can you? Not only must you wear new clothes, you would surely prefer something traditional and ethnic in keeping with the spirit of the festival.
So now you can easily choose your dream clothes from the endless variety in our showcase. The Eid Outfits for women are Eid Saree, Eid Salwar Kameez, Eid Lehenga Choli, Eid Ghagra Choli etc .You can now make an order on Celebrity Sarees in every shade, in every fabric, from every state and in every kind of craft work. Lehenga cholis for brides and for festivals, in completely traditional designs or in Indo-Western styles. Salwar kameezes in a range of styles, neck designs and sleeve patterns. Customized blouses. Matching costume jewelry. While for Men, the collection includes Eid Outfits such as Eid Pathani Suits, Eid Afghani Suits, Eid Sherwanis etc. In Pakistani Salwar Kameez you can easily find traditional and comfortable outfit for this respescted occasion, whereas Indian Clothing mostly consists of stylish outfit in which most of them are without sleeves, and are made after lots of modifications. Now its up to you and your matter of interest, rather you like stylish dress or trendy wear for your Eid Parties. The Designer Salwar Kameez flaunts its amazing workmanship with embellishments such as sequins, beads, resham, zardozi, etc are quite naturally the first preference as fabulous Eid Salwar Kameez. So this Eid choose the best in Designer’s Fashion Trend and get ready to steal the hearts! Wish you all a Happy Eid.
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Turban is an English word loosely used to refer to several sorts of ‘Headwear’. As you travel region by region you’ll see varied Turban tying styles. Turbans and Pagries are made of various cloths like Silk, Tissue, Cotton, Khaddar, Brocade etc. Many styles are included in the creation of versatile Safa/Turban. Like they are printed, some of them are embroidered with zari, beads and sequins and this artworks makes the Turban/Safa much more attractive. A Turban is variously called Pagri, Pencha, Sela, or Safa, Patka depending upon its size and style. For example: The Pagaris are usually 52 feet long and 9 inches wide while the Safas are shorter and broader, 30 feet long and 4 feet wide. In addition to adding color to a man’s costume, Turbans plays a more significant role. The Turban denotes a man’s hometown, profession, station in life and other personal details. However those who can afford it, wear . Some different designs and colors depending upon the season, occasion and region takes pride in its own distinctive way of tying a turban. For example:
Types Of Turban:
Here are some different designs and colors depending upon the season and occasion, for example:
Lahariya Turbans (from the Sanskrit word Lahara meaning Wave) worn during the rainy season.
The white and red Turbans called Falguniya are worn in the spring.
Pink, red, and green patterns are worn for Festive events.
Dull colors, such as dark blue, maroon, or khaki are worn during somber events.
The dotted Chunri pattern are worn to signify a birth.
Pichranga(five colours) is famous in Jodhpur and mostly used by Rajputs.
Jari turbans are made by the cloth of Jari and Silk , it is generally worn on formal occasions of Marriage along with Sherwani with heavy beautiful embriodery patterns on them.
No matter where in the world you mention the word Saree you will get all the attention of the women. This is so since no other piece of attire will bring out the ideal feminine feel effectively and bring out the sensuality as done by a Saree. Among the different genres of Saree available the popular ones is Kodali karrupur form and art of Sarees that is the most royal form and is surely a mark the luxury and taste. This is the only reason why they were designed for the royal queens of the Maratha rulers of Tanjore.
The process and the technique that goes into designing these Sarees is equally lavish. This South Indian Saree is essentially made by the beautiful amalgamation of silk and cotton and with this pleasant balance the two materials brings out a shimmering effect of the golden zari among the prints of the natural hues.
What is more, the technique and the process of designing and creating a traditional kodali karruvar Saree and complementing blouse are done manually. No intervention of any kind of technology goes into it. In the beginning the fabric is at first woven with zari. For an appeal that is richer brocade is used that is typical of any South Indian Saree. Once the fabric is done, the process of designing starts. The highlight of the Saree is it beautiful gorgeous patterned pallu. The unique feature of the Saree is that the artistic borders are made on both sides of the Saree fabric. The painting, block printing and zari-cotton weaving creates an enchanting amalgamation of designs on the pallu. At the places where the cotton fabric is there block printing is done while in rest of the area, gold zari is kept for the shining.
The use of vegetable dyes is encouraged and weaving of the fabric of the Saree and the blouse is woven by hand in the handloom. The traditional Saree uses motifs that are mostly geometrical patterns and some of the other objects like the leaf, bel, tilakam, etc.
Sometimes a single theme of motif is woven all over the body of this traditional South Indian Saree. Designing the motifs with zari adds to the richness of the Saree.
The designs found in the border and on the pallu are also found on the sleeves of the blouse so as to give an overall smooth blend. However in the due course of time this art of making a Saree is lost. With the advent of power looms and chemical dyes no one cares for the age old hand weave and vegetable dyed Saree. The modern techniques of weaving have led to accessibility of Sarees that are economic, and because of this reason the demand for the authentic traditional Sarees have also fallen.
Recently the state government and the Commissioner of hand loom have taken some serious steps to revitalize the lost art of weaving a Saree in the handloom. An authentic traditional Saree can cost you anywhere from 4500 to 40,000 but when you wear it you will find that it is worth every penny of your money. The vibrant natural hue, the shimmery zari and the perfect combination of natural designs makes these Sarees extra special.
- Round Necklines: This is a good pick for women with longer necks and narrow shoulders. Ladies with broad shoulders could look heavy in this type of neckline.
- Square Necklines: Is good to wear if you would like to create the illusion of a bigger bust. It also makes the chest,neck and shoulders appear slimmer.
- Boat necklines: Is good to wear if you want to bring out the broadness of the shoulders and back. It also brings out the length of the neck.
- Sweet Heart Neck: Makes the bust area look smaller but more shapely. It also accentuates the neck.
- V Necklines: Makes the shoulders look narrow, makes the neck look longer and makes the bust area look bigger.
These are the most common necklines used in everyday wear. Now you can pick one that suits your body the best. You can also get creative and make your own styles while keeping these tips in mind.
The ear rings, bracelets and rings are awesome, studded with colorful gems and stones. Most of them are designed in floral patterns. This collection is really going tu melt your heart by its grace and charm.