CUSTOM MADE JEANS – JEANSMASTER MUMBAI

I’m what the average Indian girl would refer to as ‘fairly short’ (or rather petite if they happen to be in a good mood). Of all my clothes the most outfit-altering problem I face is with my jeans. It’s beyond difficult to simply find a pair of perfectly fitting jeans that end where they’re supposed to. I love/need my jeans ankle length – the only flattering fit for my blessed Gujarati figure (read: thighs) and after looking far and wide I manage to get my hands on just one amazing pair per year. Anyone in their right mind knows that’s a ridiculous number.
Until of course – I found Jeansmaster. Residing at a quaint shop in Tardeo, Mumbai, he’s primarily a jeans tailor and does a fabulous job with customization. You can have your pick with fabrics and cuts. I gave him my favorite jeans and simply asked him to replicate them. Perfect length et all. 
Over a few years I’ve repetitively met girls who’ve had major trouble finding jeans with the right fit. It could be skinny calfs or a disproportionate waist – do away with those unnecessary belts and have jeans specially made for YOUR body type. Jeans master was an enormous help to me and thought I would do my bit to help those who might need it 🙂
Address:   2, Yousuf Manzil, Tardeo Main Road, Tardeo, Mumbai- 400034, Maharashtra

Layering Rings 101

Layering rings can be anywhere from simple and elegant to funky and fun, depending on your corresponding ensemble. Midi rings, as we all know, are steaming on everyone’s trend radar right now but I didn’t opt to include them in my layering. Why? Well, I’ve seen one too many images on Pinterest with the simple and elegant layering and I wanted something different – something bolder. Think of this as a ‘Statement Layering’.
I mixed motifs and textures to bring in diversification. A gold bobble + a subtle black but with an enchanting appearance + a coral floral for the perfect mix of flirtish fun.
My aim was to make my layering look like one coloassal ring – with a LOT of character, and that’s 
exactly what I got.
If you’ll try this trend, do tag @StyleFiesta in it. We would love to see! 
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P.S. – I Hate This Outfit.

I shot for this outfit a while back and when I looked at the pictures, I hated the outfit. Why am I still publishing it on my blog? I’m hoping to make a point here. Too much isn’t too trendy – ever.
What I’m Wearing – Style Fiesta tights & denim jacket, Dorothy Perkins tank, Zara bag, Assortment on bracelets from F21 & Metal bridge sunglasses from Stylefiesta.com 

10 Application Every Fashionista Must Have


1.     
Live From The Red Carpet:
Waiting for the Oscars to show on TV not for the award ceremony
but for the red carpet style? In that case , you’ve scored gold with this
application! From browsing
 for specific award shows, to the ensemble worn by
celebs, this application allows you to 
access both images and videos- the hottest
events in Hollywood are brought
 directly to you in the palm of your hand! 
2.   Pixlr
Express: What is a fashionista without her camera? Moreso, what is fashionista
without her editing options? Pixlr offers all the finishing touches a perfect
selfie needs and more.
        3.  Stylebook: Photograph and import your closet
into this app to customize outfits. Track your wardrobe history with a calendar
and create magazine like layouts with your own apparel.
       4. 
Style.com: The Style.com app is great
because it streams all the latest fashion news right to your phone. The layout
is clear and easy to see on an iPhone screen. The app also features
high-quality runway photos so be sure to download this beauty before Fashion
Week!
       5.  Fashism: We understand the anguish one feels
when on the fence about a certain outfit-
Fashism is a cure for all those
dilemmas. It allows you to receive and give feedback while seeing 
daily style
inspiration from others.
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     6. 
ASOS: The ASOS app is for all the shopaholics who thrive on online
shopping. Easy to operate and always updated, the app is an absolute joy for
ASOS fans. 
    7. Trendabl: Instagram-loving-fashionistas,
this one is for you. Trendabl is one application you’ll get glued to in no
time; working on the instagram format, this application allows you to upload
your images and garner as many followers for your oh-so-stylish looks. 
 8. Glamour Ask a Stylish- Flats or Mocassins? Jeggings or jorts?-Glamour’s on call stylists will be your
ultimate fashion confidantes. Here’s how it works: Browse their mini-bios (some
are from glamour.com, others from Craigslist), choose the one most up your aesthetic alley, upload your
outfit pic 
and/or inquiry, and wait- the response is within minutes!
9. Ralph Lauren App: A number of individual designers have their own
individual applications but the
 Ralp Laurn app stands out.
Behind-the-scenes video, photo montages of the design and casting 
processes,
archival runway footage and interviews with the designer- it basically lets
 you
into the working of the brand!
10. Chicfeed:  Chicfeed
is  a free, no-frills app that collects
and organizes the latest images from street style blogs like The
Sartorialist and Face
Hunter into a simple slideshow. It’s my go-to app when sitting
idle at home!

DIY Break Into Your Tight Shoes

We’ve all faced one of these three situations in life (I’ve faced all.)
1.     Bought Prada ballerinas two sizes too small because they were on sale
2.     Screamed in delight on finding literally the best shoes in the world only to go home and find out their comfort level is equal to walking on a bed of thorns
3.     Being aware at the time of buying about the horrid shoebites I would get, but well, a girl cant resist shoes.
While some of us prefer killing our feet by enduring all those excruciating shoe-bites to not wearing them at all, the rest are trying hard to seek a less painful solution. We, for one, have found the quickest way to slip into those pair of difficult but gorgeous shoes!
 What you need: Thick Socks, Hair Dryer
Step 1: Put on the pair of socks, and slip into your shoes.
Step 2: Heat the tight edges of the shoes with a blow dryer and wiggle your toes while you do so
Step 3: Voila! The edges have expanded and the shoes will fit you like a glove.