Wear and Tear
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- SC allows 'Make in India' event at Mumbai beach, PM to inaugurate
- Pawar defends Bhujbals, says Fadnavis govt indulging in vendetta politics
- Anupam Kher a great artiste, welcome to visit Pakistan: Abdul Basit
- Indian helicopters helped war against militants in Afghanistan: US General
Two years ago, the concept of jeans+leggings seemed like a revolutionary idea and most women shifted from straight fits to these skinny, stretchable ones, in various colours. Now, the idea of jeggings makes us yawn. In an era of anti-fashion and the anti-fit, the skinny jeans looks odd. The young crop of designers is bringing back ease and it's time to fill up the wardrobe with the loose-fits, boyfriends jeans and the slouchies.
We actually like palazzos but have a problem with the cliched styling. Why must it only be paired with a plain tee tucked inside? Many celebrities have been spotted in these wondrous pants but the risk of looking like a clone makes us fold them again. It's time to experiment with them — wear a mid-riff top or a peplum tube top. Even a long grandmotherly sweater will give the outfit some novelty.
Colour Blocked Ensembles
- The economy is best served by lowering interest rates and blocking protectionism
- As it completes 10 years, there is enough evidence to show that India needs the MGNREGA
- For Randhir Singh, teaching was next to revolution-making.
- Intizar Husain seemed as much a stranger in a strange land in Pakistan as he did in India
- Ten years on, MGNREGA requires constant review. And consistency in political support
- The global economy is in trouble but India is attracting positive comment