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Clothes Maketh the Man


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Wedding SuitIf you are getting married in the near future, you owe it to the love of your life to look your very best even if it means having to actually go shopping!

As a rule, the male of the species hates being told what to do. That is, until it comes down to ‘what to wear’. Then they usually have their mothers select, buy and even choose daily what they have to wear. Then there are those men (this is a generalization of sorts, so if you disagree with anything written here, you probably belong to the other category) who spend their formative years either imitating their dad’s way of dressing or rebelling and doing the exact opposite. Once they find a style that they are comfortable with, no one, and I repeat, no one can make them change their mind.

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Bridal wear


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GhaghrasEverything goes from bits of jewellery picked up at the Goan flea markets, to colours that our mothers and grandmothers would have baulked at. The 21st century bride is getting experimental. “The Indian bride is no longer stuck on just one look. She is experimenting with colours, the jewellery she sports or the bags she carries,” says designer Manish Malhotra.

Colours

While the choice of the ensemble remains the same - ghagra choli, a saree or a salwar kameez - the Indian bride is ready to try out new colours.

Blue, lime green, peach, pink, purple, just about anything goes. Says designer Benu Sehgal, “Brides wear ensembles in two colours that co-ordinate or contrast with each other. For instance, gold coloured saree with a red colour dupatta.”

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ON SCREEN - Jhoom Barabar Jhoom


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Jhoom Barabar JhoomFilm : Jhoom Barabar Jhoom
Starring : Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek, Bobby Deol, Preity Zinta, Lara Dutta
Director : Shaad Ali Sahgal
 
If you spot anyone coming out of the cinema hall with a dazed look and looking completely bored, then its probably Jhoom Barabar Jhoom that they’ve been watching!

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Pet Eccentricities


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Pet EccentricitiesPut two animal lovers and pet owners in a room together and the chances are that they will regale each other with stories of their pets till kingdom come. If you put a third person in the room, one who pulls his or her feet up into the sofa as soon as a cat or dog walks into the room, this person could be justified in thinking he or she had walked into a lunatic asylum. People are truly mad about their pets, and those who aren’t pet owners just can’t understand what the fuss is about!

But what makes pets so lovable is their unique personalities. You can keep cats by the dozen, and have many in your lifetime, but each kitten comes with his or her unique habits. Same with puppies. Some canine and feline traits will be common to all, of course. But the imprint of uniqueness is undeniable, just as it is with human babies and children. Even parrots, and some other pets, show these individual traits, so pet owners can hardly be blamed for their tendency to talk all night about a particularly cute habit…

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Stationery and Resolutions


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Stationery and ResolutionsThere is nothing quite like a fresh page in a fresh new notebook to convey a sense of infinite possibility. It is not only the expanse of white – so unsullied and pure. It is also the smell of new paper, the firm binding of the book, the sensation of gripping something not yet written, not yet decided, in your hands. To those who like stationery, a new notebook is indeed a heady tonic. 

Speaking of stationery, enthusiasts of such items of everyday use can go lyrical inside a section of a large bookshop, or a department store, where markers and colour pencils, erasers and glass paints, translucent nylon files and folders and diaries and planners can make one go dizzy with longing. In fact, the very reason I am writing this is because I recently spent forty five minutes in one such store looking for the perfect planner/diary for 2007. 

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