70’s Retro Queen

You are amazing and beautiful in whatever you wear and however you dress up. You are the real Fashion Statement.. Monday wait is over finally to see the post from favourite and my only Fashion blogger.. Great post and hats off to you …
God bless you and I wish you come up with some more interesting posts on Fashion and lifestyle..
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Literally speaking, my life is hectic AF! I get up at 5:30-6 in the morning and sleep at around 11 p.m. In between it is nothing but hustle!

Seldom do I get time to let my hair down and dance! So, it was one of those rare occasions. I had a chance to go to a party last week. How could I say no to it??!!! But, the typical, girly me was excited for dressing up for the party and not the ACTUAL PARTY 😀

Months ago, I picked up this jumpsuit from Kazo. Believe me, my reaction was as if I have won a jackpot!!! The moment I entered the Kazo store, I saw it hanging and I grabbed on to it as if it was all I was looking for forever! In a matter of a few seconds, I zoomed into the try room and voila! It…

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That Forbidden Land

Hasmeetwrites is the best example of love on this Earth in this Universe. Hasi, you have written a beautiful poem portraying the differences that have been created between love and humanity.
I love my Universe, love this earth, every part of it, every country and don’t have hatred towards anyone as humanity is still there. I know time will come only if we Humans want that to come where this hatred, differences are walled down, separation is destroyed…. Only its there in our hands. Hope and wish that Forbidden land is For the people with acceptance of anyone in the future.
Hats off to you my dear for writing this… Humanity is still there and you are the best example. I am really happy …….

Hasmeet Writes

Does this bird fly,

High in the sky,

In that forbidden land?

I wonder…

Children go to school.

Their bags stacked with books.

Mothers make breakfast.

In that forbidden land.

I wonder?

Did she marry,

The man of her dreams?

Did she go out,

To pursue her dreams?

In that forbidden land,

I wonder?

Friends going on long drives.

Girls giggling in posh cafes.

Ladies gossiping on streets.

Does this happen for real?

In that forbidden land,

I wonder?

That forbidden land,

Have swathes of paddy fields.

Children sleeping on footpaths,

It also has a bunch of women,

Who set an example for humanity.

That forbidden land,

Have grandpas and grandmas,

Who tell bedtime stories,

To children just like ours.

Can I join them too?

Can I be a part of their dreams?

Can I not understand their feelings?

In that forbidden land,

I wonder…

Our history the same,

Our…

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Ethnic Power-Dressing: 3 Ways

That’s what we call The Fashion Statement 🙂
You look perfect in all the three ethnic wear dresses and your hair style add power to them.
Here what we called the start of the Fashion blog and I wish, I know it will go on and on forever to the heights..
You are the best and just keep up your style show at the best.
I am really happy and can’t express in words.
Just want to say thanks for coutureandcroissants giving it a good start.
Hope people will get much out of these posts and will get the perfect fashion touch 🙂

Power-dressing is chic but tricky. Since childhood, I had this dream to work in an environment where I could wear Pant-Suits and crisp cotton sarees. I have an undisputed bias towards blazers. I don’t know, but I feel that blazers add a whole lot of elegance into your otherwise boring outfit.

But living in India, employed by a Public Sector Bank, I cannot experiment much with corporate wear. And that too in sizzling, hot summers of South India!

But, I like to accept every style related challenge 😉

So, lemme share with you my three go-to looks for power-dressing when it comes to ethnicwear. These super-comfy and elegant looks will ensure that you look not only groomed, but high on the fashion charts when you enter your workplace!

Let’s get it started!

LOOK 1-

Well, the moment I saw this kurta, I fell…

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