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My DilSeDesi Looks and Moments in Ethnic Outfits

Posted on: 12th Aug, 2017

Recently, Fbb – India’s Fashion Hub celebrated Desi days promoting desi fashion. I felt an itch to do my bit in response to the #DilSeDesi campaign, which gave me an opportunity to establish the fact that we can’t help being Desi in look, appearance, fashion and style. After all, we are Indians dil se. I […]

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My Latest Picks for Men’s Formal Look within Budget from Fashion Big Bazaar

Posted on: 31st Jul, 2017

This time I focused my camera on men’s formal looks at Fashion Big Bazaar stores in Hyderabad City after a tryst with men’s casual wears in FBB’s previous spring summer and summer collections. Be it formal or casual fashion, simplicity is my all-time choice and monotone is my favorite pick. On my recent visit to […]

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My Latest Picks from Men’s Summer Fashion Collection under 1000 Bucks at FBB Stores India

Posted on: 26th Mar, 2017

The best way to beat summer and evade the blows of heat is wearing light outfits of soft hues. Summer fashion for both men and women is incomplete without white clothes in the wardrobe. To be precise, white is the dominant theme of men’s summer fashion in particular, and so is mine. Fashion Big Bazaar […]

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I Wore These Simple, Sober Looks from Fashion Big Bazaar for My Valentine

Posted on: 19th Feb, 2017

Bygone are my days of wearing bright, vibrant, super funky, motley looks on Valentine’s Day in college. Those were the days to turn heads on and impress the fairer sex with funky fashion statements, no matter how uncomfortable they were. In my 30s, I prefer simple, cozy clothing over mix and match outfits. My current […]

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FBB Blogstar: Versatility of Denim Fashion in the Lookbook of a Normal Working Guy like Me

Posted on: 10th Oct, 2016

I am a normal working guy. I have grown up wearing denims. Denim has been a part and parcel of my style statement since my high school days. In contrast to traditional Indian attires, denim is the only wear which is not restricted to a particular look. It defies conventionalities and rhymes with a number […]

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Timeless Ethnic Fashion of India from Royal Ladies to Modern Women

Posted on: 17th Mar, 2016

Trends are temporary fads. Trends come and go. What remains true to all times and in all ages is our heritage. Heritage is a collective term for history, traditions, customs, art and culture which define the identity of an ethnic entity or community or tribe. Heritage never dies. Ethnic fashion from traditional lehengas to today’s […]

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Recreating Bollywood’s Govinda Fashion in Real

Posted on: 5th Dec, 2015

I have never been a fan of Govinda who was one of the ruling Bollywood actors in the second half of the 1980s and the 1990s. Not only he but also his quirky fashion was popular when in I was in school. It caught the fancy of the boys older than me in the locality. […]

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Pink is no more a Monopoly of the Fairer Sex

Posted on: 15th Nov, 2015

Many things have changed over past two years. The fairer sex has lost their monopoly on pink. Two years back, I spotted a pink shirt of khadi silk at a Fab India store in Hyderabad. It piqued my interest so much that I flirted with it in the trial room. But I did not buy […]

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Black is the Face of New Fashion Trends in India

Posted on: 16th May, 2015

Indian fashion is undergoing a sea change. It is no more soft and shy. It is no more struggling to look bold. The women of Indian including Bollywood actresses and urbane brides are embracing new fashion trends 2015 to create style statements far from the bars of conventionality. Black is their new “My Choice”; the […]

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Sunny Leone’s Ek Paheli Leela Portrays Rural Women of Rajasthan in Wrong Fashion

Posted on: 14th Apr, 2015

With every release, Sunny Leone is looking hotter. She exudes more oomph in Ek Paheli Leela than in her previous films. She has not been so aesthetically styled before as in Ek Paheli Leela. In this Bobby Khan film depicting the story of two different generations with a gap of 300 years between them, she […]

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