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Jute Bags: Trendy Yet Traditional

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   Jute is extensively used to make a wide range of products. The commonly used jute product is the jute bag and it is immensely popular among almost all the generations. Previously they were used only as carry bags or gunny bags but now carrying stylish bags has become a fashion for people. People have actually become bore of carrying the same old leather bags. They are now looking forward to try different types that would be ethnic as well as fashionable. They modify the style and add a new dimension to our lifestyle. In today’s world where use of plastic bags is having a bad effect on the environment, it is better to use eco-friendly jute bags.

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decent jute carry bag

Jute bags are beautifully braided and colorfully spruced up in order to maintain sync with our sense of style. They can be used as

1. Lunch bags 
2. Batuas 
3. Shopping bags 
4. School bags 
5. College bags 
6. Mobile covers 
7. Designer hand bags, etc.

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perfect sling bag made of jute

One of the most important qualities of using it is that they are very much inexpensive and come in different varieties at modest prices. They are very much light and if taken good care then can be used for a long time. They are very much user friendly and are available in different colors and patterns. They are extremely popular among the teenagers and college goers. Bright colors make them look more attractive and trendy.

Nowadays the use of it has increased to a great level. Since the government has put a ban on the use of plastic, therefore it has brought about a huge impact in the sale of eco-friendly jute bags. Heavy items can be carried easily in it as compared to other bags because they are tough and strong. They are heat resistant and thus do not let the scorching heat effect the colors.

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jute wallet clutch

They add a new aura at the work place. They are versatile and can be used as pen stands, business card holders, envelope holders, etc. People love to decorate their houses with it. The natural golden colored fibre gives a lustrous look to the style.

Different jute bags come with different handles that enhance the look of the bags. Often the manufacturers alter the size of the bags on customer’s demand. The fashion of carrying trendy as well as comfortable it is very much popular among the students. They find such bags very cool and tend to buy more and more jute bags. They are easily available in the shopping malls, stores, super markets, handicraft stores. If bought directly from the manufacturers then one can get discounts also.

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elegant bag made of jute

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Bridal Outfits designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee

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rich bridal lehenga and sherwani by Sabyasachi

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Elegant party wear for wedding season

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colorful lehenga designed by Sabyasachi seen in a Fashion show

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Karishma Kapoor wearing a golden colored heavy sequence lehenga choli

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a rare combination of black and white lehenga

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Colorful Bridal lehenga beautifully designed

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Beautiful Indian Bridal dress

Patterns as an expression of Personal Individuality

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It is always interesting to observe the need humans have for decoration in all its aspects, covering a whole plethora of our daily lives, from the deliberate through to the accidental. When you actually stop and take notice, you realize that decoration, despite the rigors of Modernism and its official frowning upon secondary decoration in all its forms, is everywhere.

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Although advertising, fashion and marketing can often influence the buying public to a certain extent, the human penchant for various long-term factors is often seen as stubbornly active, even reactionary. The human need for decoration is one of the oldest, and whether subtle or bright, small or large-scale, domestic or public, it seems always to be with us.

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It is hard to know when decoration first intrigued humans, probably as far back as we would like to imagine, if not further. We could suppose that early humans might well have seen color and line in the natural landscape that surrounded their everyday lives. They may well have also seen pattern and connection in the way that they and other species interacted within the living world. To understand and observe color, line, interconnection, and pattern, and then transpose those disparate elements into human decoration, is the moment when human artistic creativity begins.

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Much of human decoration has to do with personal taste and choice. One individual chooses a cup with bright yellow flowers; another chooses flowers that are pink or purple. No two humans really see the same pattern; there are so many elements to personal taste. These can entail such diverse aspects as personal memory, structure of the optic nerve, cultural traditions and many more. The point being that decoration allows individuals to be individuals. The more decorative choice, the more individuality is expressed. If we are only allowed to purchase items in black, grey or white, then we have difficulty in outwardly expressing our individuality, our personality of tastes, we are denied an important aspect of who we are. Of course, there are elements within the design world, its designers, and influencers that would be more than happy for us to all use one form of phone in one color for example. There are ideological reasons for uniformity, but it is an ideology that has more troublesome aspects that bleed into forms of totalitarianism, and denial of expression.

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As long as we continue to energize our lives with outward expressions of individuality through the manipulation and personal customization of Modernist single-color mass production, then we stay connected, however tenuously, with one of the major themes of human life and culture, the outward expression of the colorful, vibrant world in which we live, through the endless creative variety of our own human decorative pattern work.

 

Courtesy: fibre2fashion

 

 

Colors in your dressing and luxury

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Colors impact us in our daily life and how could we forget them in fashion? Ever wondered there is a psychology behind colors. Colors have the potential to make you feel happy or sad, hungry or relaxed.

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Here is some psychology behind colors and how are we associated with them.

1) Red:- Positive: Physical courage, strength, warmth, energy, basic survival, ‘fight or flight’, stimulation, masculinity, excitement,aggression

Red is the hot, crazy girl of colors, evoking powerful emotions such as fear, anger and passion.The mood red conveys changes dramatically when you lighten it (sweet and innocent pink) or darken it (sophisticated burgundy).

2) Blue:- Intelligence, communication, trust, efficiency, serenity, duty, logic, coolness, reflection, calm

Blue is associated with trustworthiness, strength and dependability — hence, the blue power suit because it projects that image of dependability and trustworthiness.

3) Green:- Harmony, balance, refreshment, universal love, rest, restoration, reassurance, environmental awareness, equilibrium, peace.

Green also looks good on every skin type and has a wide range of shades that allow you to modify your mood — from serious and sophisticated to fresh and bright.

4) Yellow:- Optimism, confidence, self-esteem, extraversion, emotional strength, friendliness, creativity.

Wearing yellow creates a very open atmosphere with people as it is an inviting color.

5) Orange:- Physical comfort, food, warmth, security, sensuality, passion, abundance, fun.

Orange is a combination of sunniness of yellow and depth of red. As its in the middle, It’s also the color to choose when you want to stand out without taking a big risk.

6) Black:- Sophistication, glamour, security, emotional safety, efficiency, substance.

Black is clearly the go-to color when you want to look more regal and formal. It can be very elegant too.

7) White:- Hygiene, sterility, clarity, purity, cleanness, simplicity, sophistication, efficiency.

Visually, white gives a heightened perception of space.

8) Violet:-  stimulates intuition, imagination, universal flow, meditation, artistic qualities.

It is highly introvertive and encourages deep contemplation, or meditation. It has associations with royalty and usually communicates the finest possible quality.

9) Pink:-  Physical tranquility, nurture, warmth, femininity, love,  survival of the species.

Pink is a powerful color, psychologically. It represents the feminine principle, and survival of the species; it is nurturing and physically soothing..

10) Brown:- Seriousness, warmth, Nature, earthiness, reliability, support, lack of humour.

Brown is a combination of red and yellow and a large percentage of black, it warm and softer and related to nature and earth. Therefore some people find it supportive.

How to Carry Printed Pants well

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We all just got used to wearing brightly colored jeans, and already there’s another trend that’s here to stay: printed pants. Printed pants are definitely a tough trend to pull off as you don’t want them to look like PJs! But, there’s nothing to be afraid of. With the right amount of confidence and a little bit of creativity anyone can carry off this trend.

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Play it safe: If you are new to this trend, play it safe with subtle prints like pinstripes and polka dots.

Cut is crucial: Patterned trousers can look preppy and even business-casual when styled correctly. While printed harem-style pants are hot on street style blogs, they can be hard to pull off in real life. The easiest and most flattering way to rock this trend is with a skinny cut.

Elongate your legs: This can be done in many ways, but wearing heels or wedges is probably the easiest. Ballet flats will look great with cropped styles.

Keep your top simple: Solid colours and slimming silhouettes will nicely complement the boldness of your pants. Sometimes patterned bottoms have a tendency to look like pyjama pants. Pair them with a neat dress shirt and blazer to accomplish the perfect look.

Remember, leggings aren’t pants: Always pair your printed leggings with a tunic or a simple dress that covers your butt.

Be confident: As with almost every fashion trend, those around you can sense whether you feel good in something or not. Carry yourself with confidence and people will admire your bold sense of style.]

Courtesy: Idiva.com