What to Wear for Office?

Going funky and trendy at casual places is easy. One does not have to spare hours deciding the outfit and jewellery and making a match with the accessories. But for work places, places like offices, universities, etc. those which require a formal dress code, here comes in the main problem.

One has to work five to six days a week and what we all do is, hang up at the closet door scrolling our eyes up and down, from left to right, searching what to wear today. The next day, same story repeats.

Not too funky and not too sober, is what we aim to dress up like every day at work places.

Hence, here are few tips that can save you hours of time and units of energy which you spend in front of your closet every morning.


The Monochrome Trend:


Designers do not get tired launching it, you do not get tired wearing it, and we do not get tired mentioning it again. The monochrome trend, since the time it has been created, rules the ramp, and takes over an edge in fashion. This thing is classy and despite of containing just two colors, that is black and white; it can be moulded and transformed into a variety of styles. Palazzos with shirt, shirt and floral pants, shirt and formal skirt, etc. anything would do in black and white for a formal place.

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These ‘in fashion’ broad trousers with shirts which can be of versatile patterns, or even plane, would do great for formal places, but just keep in consideration the color that it does not go far too bright.

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A combo of any color with grey:


Grey is another classy and trendy color, and it is sober as well, so it fits perfectly into the frame of formal dress code. Any other color, particularly red, would make a great combo with grey.


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Spring/Summer 2013: Hair and Makeup Trends to Follow

Got new ways to fix you hair? Fresh from the Spring 2013 amps, we’re bringing the newest beauty and hair trends to you.

Here’s how hair must be this season:

Knot your hair in a messy do. That’s the coolest way to avoid having hair slapping others through the wind.


Part your hair diagonally for a neat look.


Twist your hair sideways for a ponytail, either on the right or left, whichever suits you best.



Tie ponytails lower this season if you’ve got enough height to rock it. For the shorter girls, better try other styles.


Now, what is beauty if you don’t flatter it? The best way to flaunt what you have is no only through clothes and accessories. You just have to put on some color, and we don’t mean natural flush, on to your face for more style and of course, fashion.

Do you have a beautician? Ask fo the latest looks on the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris. Try not to put on the styles that don’t suit you, because we’re sure you’ll find something that compliments your beauty.

Take a break from all those bloody and wintery hues as Spring has fresh, cool and eye-popping dabs to choose from. Perfect skin is a must with velvety but never cakey finish. Cheekbones are glamorized this season. Emphasize yours, or if they aren’t well-defined, go define them on your own. Beware of overdefining them, though.



For lips, apply the only colors that matter –






neon pink, hot fuchsia, and exotic coral. They bring warmth to French and Italian looks on the Spring/Summer 2013 runways instead of coldness that darker hues exude.