Skip to main content

What Not To Wear 101.

As you all know, I am not a proponent of the belief that all celebs should be pencil thin. Far from it, in fact! I fully support healthy body images, however I am a stickler for dressing to flatter one's figure. At promotional events for Morning Walk, Divya Dutta demonstrates what happens when you completely disregard your body's shape when choosing outfits. When you have an ... umm ... "full house" on top, you want to avoid halter-styles and teeny tiny spaghetti straps. Why? Well for starters, you need support, woman! And these styles just won't provide it, which results in a hunched over appearance. Also, these styles lead to an unbalanced, "top heavy" look which would easily be solved with more substantial straps. Did you hear that, DD? Pay attention! Your girls (and your back) will thank you!Photo Source.


Popular posts from this blog

Meet Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan

The young, beautiful, and fashionable Queen of Bhutan, a country secluded from the world's limelight due to its remoteness, has already been generating a stir ever since her marriage to the King and her rise to the position of Queen Consort. She is a powerhouse in her own right, and much loved by the Bhutanese people. However, on a fun and superficial level, she has also drawn favorable comparisons to the Duchess of Cambridge, so much so, that she is sometimes referred to as the "Kate Middleton of the Himalayas".
So who is this Himalayan Queen? At 25-years-old, she is the youngest Queen Consort in the world. Like Kate, she was a commoner (though with an aristocratic lineage) and the daughter of a pilot. She is fashionable, athletic, and holds a university arts background. Additionally, she herself is a brand new mum, having recently given birth to a baby boy.
As with Wills and Kate, the King and Queen of Bhutan have always shown great respect for their country's cult…

Deepika's first American magazine feature

Dapper Dev

In case all the Golden Globes cuteness between costars Dev and Sunny wasn't enough, Dev I'm-not-just-Slumdog-anymore Patel featured in a glorious spread in the December 2016 issue of InStyle. For your viewing pleasure: