Priyanka Chopra Jonas is unstoppable when it comes to fashion. She wears the most fascinating outfits that always leave us impressed. She wore two interesting ensembles recently and took our breath away. Let's decode her dresses and looks, which she
It is very rare for Katrina Kaif, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, and Kiara Advani to pull off disappointing looks but they did it at the Zee Cine Awards 2019. Their red carpet avatar underwhelmed us for one reason or the other.
Radhika Madan looked absolutely stunning and surprised us with her fashion statement at the Zee Cine Awards 2019. She wore a gorgeous gown, which came from Dolly J Studio. It was a stunning number and Radhika's makeup was also impeccably
Dia Mirza kept her look understated as she attended the Zee Cine Awards 2019. She looked simply gorgeous in her gown, which was designed by Sharnita Nandwana. It was a humble gown and Dia's makeup and styling also complemented her
Kriti Sanon's outfit was one of the most electrifying numbers on the red carpet of the Zee Cine Awards 2019. She wore a bold number that had all our attention. With this enchanting gown, she played with contrasts and her
Floral outfits can be worn on the red carpets too, this was strongly proved by Alia Bhatt. The prolific actress kept her fashion game strong and gave us another amazing gown inspiration. She wore this delightfully floral number by Celia
Malavika Mohanan looked like a sun goddess at the Zee Cine Awards 2019. She opted for a beautiful Falguni Shane Peacock number, which was every inch dazzling. The actress kept her look refreshing and nude and showed us how to
Statuesque and graceful, Deepika Padukone looked drop-dead gorgeous in her lava red gown, which was designed by Gaurav Gupta. Deepika selected this number for the Zee Cine Awards 2019 and kept her look minimal. However, this time, she experimented with
Janhvi Kapoor looked straight out of a classic fairy tale in her vibrant red gown. She wore this Victorian gown for the Zee Cine Awards. It was an Atelier Zuhra number and the actress was all for a bold dramatic
Dia Mirza was in Bangalore recently for a Dell India event. She looked effortlessly gorgeous in her dress, which was beautifully structural and came from the label, Massimo Dutti. The actress wore a figure-hugging number, which we thought was beautiful
Malaika Arora looked stunning in a dress, which we thought was not just about anybody's cup of tea. It was a flared number, which could have easily passed off as a party dress but Malaika wore it for a casual
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How to dress after 50: just don’t even start, according to readers. Photograph: FashionPPS/Zuma Wire/Rex/ShutterstockI’m going to let you in on a little secret about the Feminist Agenda™: we’re not actually too bothered about equal rights and bodily autonomy and all that other guff. No, what we’re really interested in is equal misery. We want to make men suffer. (Why else do you think they were called the suffragettes?)You can imagine, then, how my heart sang when the Observer published a piece over the weekend called “What not to wear if you are a man over 50”. Finally! Progress! After centuries of women being given rigid rules about how they should dress and behave in order to be “age-appropriate”, men are finally getting the same treatment. Welcome to hell, fellas! We’ve got a very strict dress code here.Weirdly, the Observer’s sage sartorial advice didn’t go down well with a lot of guys. Judging by the comment section, readers seemed to object to being told that wearing a pair of Converse after 50 is a “warning sign of somebody desperately trying to hang on their youth”. Nor did many readers react kindly to the notion that baseball hats and combat trousers were on the “to ditch” list for the self-respecting older man.Similarly, there did not seem to be much appreciation for the observation: “A lot of men entering their 50s fall into one of two camps … those who have given up, and those who don’t know when to give it up.” Really, it’s a shame the piece didn’t make clear that uncouth language doesn’t suit a man of any age, because the general response to the article appeared to be “fuck off”.I understand that being lectured on how to dress “age-appropriately” is a little irritating, but we all have to face harsh biological truths. The fact is, the body of a 25-year-old man is extraordinary. The body of a man of 50 is not extraordinary at all. It is even less extraordinary in cheap footwear and a baseball hat. I don’t make the rules, I’m afraid, that’s just the way the world works. It’s sad so many men got hysterical over an article that was only trying to make them look a little less hideous.> The body of a man of 50 is not extraordinary at all. It is even less extraordinary in cheap footwear and a baseball hatAs far as I’m concerned, the Observer article didn’t go far enough in policing men’s clothing choices and planting age and appearance-related insecurities. As it turns out, however, capitalism and our image-obsessed culture is already doing a pretty good job on both those counts.Male grooming, for example, is rising dramatically. There has been an explosion in skincare and anti-ageing creams for men as more guys grow increasingly concerned about their wrinkles; more than one-third of American dads say they care about preventing the signs of aging, according to a 2018 Mintel study. And men also seem to be increasingly self-conscious about their body hair; according to Kantar data, hair removal products are the fastest growing category in the toiletry market for male shoppers, up 25% year-on-year in the UK. Body image issues are also growing among men, with studies suggesting that men are as unhappy with their appearance as women are.We seem to be marching very quickly towards a future in which men and women are equally plagued by unrealistic expectations about how they should look that have been concocted by the fashion and beauty industries. While it seems to be taking us a very long time to close the gender pay gap, we’re doing a great job in closing the appearance-insecurity gap. Something to feel cheerful about, I suppose!
Jacqueline Fernandez gave us a cool style goal recently. The diva looked fresh and awesome and made a strong case for contrasts. She wore an earthy-hued ensemble and we were particularly impressed by her skirt. Let's decode her ensemble and
Fatima Sana Shaikh took a break from traditional looks and gave us a western look of the day. The actress looked awesome and exuded cool boho vibes. Her ensemble was about playing with contrasts and we thought her separates were
Alia Bhatt's fashion sense is one of the most amazing and relatable. She has been giving us casual fashion goals and promoting denim jackets these days. The latest attire of hers was a perfect recipe for a hot sunny day
Kareena Kapoor Khan mostly wears casuals to the airport but this time, the diva stunned us with her style statement. The actress wore a salwar suit and it was an eye-catching quirky piece, which absolutely caught our attention. She gave
Sharmila Tagore was spotted in traditional outfits on two different occasions. Once she wore sari and the other time, she was dressed in an ethnic suit. The veteran actress looked graceful on both the occasions and gave us fashion goals.
Kangana Ranaut has an affinity towards traditional outfits, particularly when it comes to airport looks. Recently, she was spotted at the airport in an ethnic suit by Good Earth. The diva returned looking refreshed after meditation break. She gave us
Alia Bhatt gave us some spring-worthy and a cool outfit goal recently. The 'Gully Boy' actress stepped out and looked awesome in her jumpsuit. With this ensemble, she notched up her street-style look. Her attire was something we would have
This time, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja's outfit of the night was about vibrant splash of colours and colour-block. She definitely wore a unique head-turning ensemble from Celia Kritharioti but was it good enough? Let's find out about her dress and look.
Aditi Rao Hydari was the finale showstopper at the FDCI India Fashion Week 2019 and she stunned us with her gorgeous sari. The next event was Hello! Hall Of Fame Awards and the diva effortlessly pulled off a contrasting ensemble.