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Fallwinter Fashion Trend Layering Designer Indian Clothes

Layering is versatile, inventive and lots of fun. Layering is also a major fashion trend this time of the year. While layering is quite prevalent with Western outfits, it is not that noticeable in Indian fashion. The good news is that its definitely picking up and a lot of Designer Indian Clothes are styled with layering in it. This adds a chic style into an Indian ensemble and saves it from being too conventional.
Relatively a new trend in Indian fashion, it is amazing how layering works well with Indian clothes as well. Designer Indian Kurtis made of sheer fabrics such as net, chiffon, etc look absolutely fabulous when layered with a matching sleeveless camisole underneath. Alternatively, a low cut embroidered Indian Kurti looks striking when paired with a matching or contrast colored camisole or tube top. Layering makes the Indian Kurti much more fun than it already is and imparts a boho chic look thats immensely stylish. Such layered Kurtis look great with a pair of trousers and the shorter Kurtis go well with full length gypsy skirts too. While Indian Designer Kurtis can be layered effortlessly, the other kinds of Indian outfits that can adopt the trend of layering well are Salwar Kameez and Churidar Kameez. Rather than a brand new trend, it could be called a revival of an old retro trend since it was a frequent style spotted with respect to Salwar Kameez and Churidar Suits. Sleeveless Kameez layered with short cropped embroidered jackets featuring full sleeves look gorgeous and keeps warm during the colder months. Similarly this Salwar Kameez layering trend includes the use of short sleeveless bolero style jackets over short sleeved Kameez during Spring/Summer. For a more dramatic effect, a long sheer jacket or embroidered jacket can be paired with

Types Of Mens Jeans Available In The Market

From its humble beginning in 1873 to 1950’s working men’s cloth to a style statement in our time, men’s jeans have travelled a long way. Any man who can own anything owns a pair of jeans. Men are love with his denim, and they can often be spotted in their favorite pair of jeans.

Although the fine (sometimes absurdly nuanced) differences of women’s jeans are not found in men’s wardrobe, men have a lot many jeans options to choose from, and when I say options I do not merely talk about colors, waste sizes, and fabrics, but I talk about cuts, pocket sizes, and other nuances which has long been used to describe women’s jeans. Let’s see 5 of the most commonly available jeans’ options for men.
5 Types of Mens jeans
Low rise jeans
These jeans sit below the hips. This type of jeans is very trendy and looks quite good on men, especially on short men. The waistline of a pair of low rise jeans is very low. Generally, low rise jeans sit 3 inches below the belly button.
Straight cut jeans
A pair of straight cut jeans sits at mens waistline, not an inch lower, and not a tad higher. This is a classic style of jeans. It can be worn with anything. This is one of the styles that suits men of short height, particularly well.
Boot cut jeans
Boot cut jeans was originally meant to be worn with cowboy boots. The style of jeans is similar to the strait cut jeans but has some flare around ankle. It sits nicely around the natural waistline of men. Boot cut jeans tend to be slightly loose through the leg, and get starts flaring up at I goes downward from knees

Why Blue Jeans For Men Are Hot

For a long time, fashion has been an arena dominated by women. Men, it seems, won’t settle for that anymore. With so much promise, men are becoming more and more familiar to dressing up. And now, when it comes to fashion, men have all the right to be picky. This generation of the XY species just won’t settle for anything less than what they deserve in the aspect of looking good. Obviously, they will look for clothes that will exceed their fashion expectations particularly something that is multifunctional, youthful and timeless. There is nothing else that would come to mind but, of course, an ever reliable pair of jeans.

A vital part of any worthy debonair get up, jeans could trace back its origins to a French town called Nimes. This is also where the name “denim” was coined after. Regardless of cut, style and design, jeans will remain in the top status of men apparel. Owing to the fact that jeans could be worn at just any occasion given the right mixing and matching, it has been a staple find in every male’s closet.

The great appeal of jeans is that it always has the everyday wear advantage. You don’t even have to wash it as often as any kind of pants. Its superiority in performance and comfort is already hardwired in the fast-paced lifestyle of Adam’s race. However, choosing the right pair of jeans might come to be a little tricky. Versatile and casual as it is, deciding which ones to buy still requires careful considerations.

Vintage Blue Jeans
This pair is perfect for a wash and wear purpose as it is one of those easy to match piece of wardrobe.

Blue Jeans that’s Faded Slightly
Being the most casual type, it can be worn to

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Evolution Of Brogue Shoes

The mantra in todays fashion world is to unearth the winners of the past and give them a modern twist. Were seeing a comeback of trends that were prevalent in the 60s and 70s, whether it is in clothes, hairstyles or even footwear. The most recent reappearance in footwear is that of brogue shoes.

Though brogue shoes for men never truly went out of fashion, they did go in hibernation for some time. But designers have rediscovered their evergreen style, and have brought it back on the ramp. Theres more variety and more designs than ever before, and this time, even women will be able to experience the uniqueness and class of this shoe.

Originally designed as a casual shoe for the menfolk in Ireland and Scotland, brogue boots were marketed as an inexpensive shoe to serve a purely functional purpose. The humble Irish workers adored the shoe due to their unique perforated front and tongue-less laces. These were so created so as to aid the workers in being comfortable on the damp bogs of the countryside where they worked. The holes helped drain out water from inside the shoes, if it filled in during the rainy season.

Dress brogue shoes also became popular in Scotland, where they were worn during formal dances. These shoes had a little heel that made a distinct sound as they were tapped on the wooden floors. These were usually made from untanned leather, which is why they retained its original brown color. The lacing was a cross-over style that could be tied up till the calf, for better grip, and looked great with Scottish kilts. These are available as full, half or quarter variants, where the fractions refer to the amount of perforations on the shoe.

Today, the brogue shoe has come a long