Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Refresh your winter style : January Look book 2019

In kolkata winter is allotted for two months only. So here we get only a couple of month to showcase our sense of style with winter wear. Due to short term visit of winter, I generally don't bother to pile up my wardrobe with loads of winter wear. Every year I use to buy single piece which will look sassy as well as make me feel cosy. This year I wanted to add twist chic in my winter fashion. So I opt for this oversized white knitted off shoulder jumper.
What allure me more to buy this is the shimmery black owl pattern in the mid of the jumper. It was just perfect, but I have to use little force to pull one side. But once done it was excellent. Another thing I like is that it is breathable, soft yet able to keep warm and very comfortable.

Outfit - Nilufar Luniks

Monday, 10 December 2018

Elevate your winter vogue with stripe palazzo : Office fashion trend look book

It's December. But in Kolkata, to feel like winter you have to wait few more days. A full sleeve tees, a pair of jeans or palazzo, a light weight stole or a long shrug is just enough for winter in Kolkata. In my metier I need to look feminine, chick yet professional. Flattering high waist pallazo has always been in trend for those like me who adore boho style. So I opt for this black and white stripe pallazo pairing with solid black colour full sleeve tees. How can I forget about my latest favourite mirrored sunglass and silver colour wide bracelet before stepping out as they are complementing my modish attire.

Pallazo - Gariahat Market
Black tees - Club factory
Handbag - Gariahat Market
Bracelet - Gariahat Market
Sunglass- Clubfactory
Lipstick - Lakme
Eyeshadow - Blue Heaven

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Gorgeous lips with Matt Look Lipstick

MattLook Matte lipstick. So for the first time I am using this product and thought to share my opinion. Matt look  lipstick comes with wide range of shades and I preferred to buy Very Mauve, shade no. 502 MattLook is easily available in local shop as well as online.

It comes in a snazzy little rectangular shape box. When opened I find the get up really modish. I really like the fruity smell of the lipstick. Before buying this shade I was a bit confused whether I can carry it well. Because before this I had never wear this shade. But to my surprise this color is so fresh and glide so beautifully that it makes my lips look charismatic. It provides excellent coverage and never spread on teeth or outer parts of the lips.

What I Don't Like
This brand proposes to condition the lips as it has vitamin E but I find my lips little dry after applying it

It demands to stay for 10 to 12 hours. But it doesn't. 

Monday, 5 November 2018

Bareilly Ki Barfi - A Perfect Tale of Love, Humor & Drama

Pratayay Sur

The true pursuit of love is an adventure where two souls are destined to meet in spite of their imperfections and inhibitions. This one-liner is illustrated in Ashwini Iyer Tiwari's romcom film “Bareilly ki Barfi”. The film revolves around three pivotal characters; the protagonist, Bitti Mishra (Kriti Sanon) a tomboy , small town girl of Bareilly, Chirag Dubey (Ayushmann Khurrana) the lovelorn lover, publisher & writer of the namesake storybook “Bareilly ki Barfi” and Pritam Vidrohi (Rajkummar Rao) the catalyst caricature who steals the show with nonchalance. The plot may well have been inspired by the novel “The Ingredients of Love” by Nicolas Barreau. The film is highly recommended for those who prefer to indulge in a romantic excursion. The predominant theme of love which eventually stands the test of disillusioned prejudices underlines the message of the story. The revival of faith in love for Chirag and the approval of truth in Bitti that love is beyond all imperfections make a good yarn to weave an interesting plot.
The typical north Indian flavour and parochial interest make the screenplay very convincing and the simplicity pervades the entire film. Bitti, an extrovert is often misunderstood and misfit in marriage proposals is a concern to her mother while her father is a silent supporter. The film is wrought with humor that is etched by subtle acting specially churned in moments when Bitti’s mother (Seema Pawha) rent the scene with her power-packed typical middle-class emotions contrasted by her father’s (Pankaj Tripathi) sustained nonchalance. The storyline may be a little predictable but the humor in dialogues and plausible character play by supporting roles make the film most engrossing.
Sanon has aptly portrayed Bitti as a free-flowing candid girl next door and ably complemented by her counterpart Ayushmann whose character is tailor-made for Chirag as the intellectual “Dev Das” languishing lost love yet burning within in agony for vindictive revenge. On the other hand, the character of Pritam, clinically performed by Rajkummar Rao is of real flux contributing to the element of drama and keeps the audience to their toes. The scenes where Chirag rehearses with Pritam to transform himself from a saree salesman to an author, that too having to flaunt his opposite demeanour gives glimpses of Shahrukh’s Rab De Bana di Jodi feats. However, Rajkummar Rao has inimitable flamboyance which shows when he also eclipses his co-actors in his scenes. Ayushmann Khurrana is unmistakably known for the genre of his quintessential roles in a common man’s story.
The chemistry between Chirag & Pritam gives the story a purpose, otherwise, the destiny is loud and clear, it’s only how Chirag finally compensates his failure in love for Babli coupled by the loss in his book “Bareilly ki Barfi” (a bad investment until the only reader brings luck). The film is neither an attempt to startle the audience with an ideal nor a bland tale with cliches. But the real bonus of the film is the narrative by Javed Akhtar which lends a poetic essence to the film and Nazm Nazm feat which is daubed in lyrical romance.
Those who haven’t watched the movie yet, you definitely check it out. The movie is currently streaming on ZEE5 right now.

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