A wedding is a very personal occasion, and no two brides are exactly alike, but all are obsessed with our own dress form, length veil, and the height of the shoe. And because women from all continents embrace the ancient traditions of their families and cultures, each celebration is beautiful and unique in its own way.

Therefore, if you have ever wondered what a bride around the world might look like, this is your chance to take a look at how women around the world dress saying their “I dos”. You will be amazed by the magnificent details that unite them, and the most remarkable you’ve never seen before.

  • Russia


To combat the cold, a bride in Russia wearing a white fur shawl over her wedding dress.

  • Cambodia


In Cambodia, a bride wore a dress and matching headpiece of bright yellow.

  • Ukraine


In Ukraine, it is traditional for a bride to wear a crown of myrtle or periwinkle.

  • Ethiopia


An Ethiopian bride wore a white wedding dress and veil, while a matching flower girl sat beside her.

  • Turkmenistan


In Turkmenistan, a bride traditionally wears a red dress and an ornate headdress. Talismans and a veil looking forward are intended to protect against the forces of evil.

  • Bolivia


A bride wore a long veil and tiara flowers headdress with white and gold separates long necklace.

  • England


For her wedding day, one English bride wore a long silk dress with hooded top.

  • China


The color red is considered a symbol of prosperity and love and traditional dresses in China often come in red with silver or gold embroidery.

  • Sri Lanka


In the tradition of Sri Lanka, brides wear a gold. Red or cream sari and wedding jewelry, as well as a hair ornament. The groom wears a mul anduma, draping an ornate costume can take more than 30 minutes to put on.

  • Spain


In Spain, a bride accessories with a fan as a nod to the tradition of flamenco.

  • France


A Parisian bride and groom wore traditional Western black-and-white looks for their big day.

  • Thailand


During a wedding ceremony in Thailand, brides dressed in traditional costumes of Thailand based on one of six different periods of Thai history.

  • Malaysia


Malaysia Many couples choose to wear the traditional Malay dress to their wedding. Often the clothes are made from a hand-woven songket fabric called.

  • Brazil


At a Brazilian beach wedding, the bride chose to go barefoot.

  • Italy


A bride’s long veil and trail danced behind her on the streets of Sicily.

  • Japan


If a couple chooses a Shinto ceremony, the bride and groom wearing traditional kimonos. In this ceremony, the bride wore all white and wore a white headdress known as tsunokakushi.

  • Macedonia


A bride wearing a traditional red dress with silver coins and gold ropes tied around the waist and gold silk and hand-sewn at all times. Keeping the Macedonian tradition, the bride looked through her wedding ring for the groom.

  • Indonesia


While dresses vary greatly according to regional tradition, most brides wear heavily embroidered brightly colored costumes.

  • India


In many parts of India, it is tradition for a bride to wear a red sari because the color is auspicious.

Common habits of Stylish people

The fashionable friends you envy have some very helpful habits that make looking impeccable, confident, and cool in daily reality. It’s not about a total wardrobe overhaul or dropping tons of cash on the season’s biggest trends. Real style begins at home the moment you wake up. We’ve done the research — all you have to do is read on for the takeaways which you can start practicing right now.

  • Plan Their Outfit the Night Before: 

Stylish people

It’s not magic or rocket science. The pulled-together person you see out had really did try to look that way. And it all starts by taking out the outfit the night before to save you from running in a panic the next morning.

  • Give Themselves Plenty of Time to Get Ready:

Stylish people

This will save you from running out of the house with a button unfastened or shoes that do not match, but it’ll also give you a few extra minutes to add a belt or a special piece of jewellery to polish off the look.

  • Dress for the Occasion:

Stylish people

The well-dressed people in the room are always the ones who got the dress code memo. They look polished and appropriate.

  • Sort Clothes for Laundry and Dry Cleaning:

Sort Clothes for Laundry and Dry Cleaning

Keep an eye out for stains can be treated immediately, as well as pieces that need a trip to the dry cleaners or jeans that could be due for washing.

  • They dress for themselves.

They dress for themselves

It may seem a little contradictory, but the most stylish people never dress to be considered stylish. This paradox exists because the highly stylish do not care what others think about their clothes. They wear what they like it, and that’s part of what makes it work.

  • They don’t follow all the trend.

Stylish people

Usually, the highly fashionable people try to keep up with trends, but that doesn’t mean they jump on every one of them. They know trends come and go, they’ll take action on the ones they like. But if they do not want to buy the hottest new trend, they will not, and it doesn’t tarnish their stylish reputation.

  • They get inspired, but they never copy.

Stylish people

Inspiration can be drawn from various places: fashion shows street style photos, store window mannequins. There are hundreds of possible sources!

Style loving people always get inspired, but they don’t need or want to copy every inch of an outfit. They know how to recreate certain styles and vibrates in a way that makes them their own.



Stylish people don’t have a fashion emergency. They will always have a backup outfits in mind for every event. If there are any last minute technical problem with the first, there is always a fall back.


Stylish people

Stylish people don’t assume things. They take the time to try on clothes and see how they feel in addition to what they look like rather than assuming their standard sizes.


Stylish people

Be smart not to step outside your comfort zone. The smartest people know what works for them and stick to it. You will not find them to experiment too much and will always be comfortable in what they wear. They dress like themselves and nobody else.


1890-1920 Haute Couture


Early 90s was marked by rise of haute couture in Paris. The Parisian designs were donned by the upper class women who set tone for rest of the world. The corsets and full skirts with hats were popular in this era. The fashion which was adopted found its way through magazines to the world about what was going on and what is being worn. But with the end of First World War, the attention was withdrawn from fashion.

1920-1929 Roaring 20s


With the war taking over, masculinity was mostly retained in clothing as women wore comfortable clothes with shapeless fits, loose clothes and flattened busts. The 20s are marked by “Flappers” which did not fully emerge until 1926. Flappers mostly wore short hair with short shift dress. This style was comfortably followed by the people as it was easy to make shift dresses at home.

1930-1940 Great Depression and World War I


In this era, movies became a media of catching up with the fashion trends. Another war was expected seemingly close and fashion was taken over by more of military style with square shoulders. Uniforms became public wear. There was large scale production of clothes and hence started ready-to-wear fashion.

1950s-The Postwar Era

The designers back then, after the war period was over introduced fitted jackets, slim skirts and full calf length dresses. This made sure that women dressed femininely which was well longed by them. Teenagers for the first time became a force in the fashion market because of a huge influence of movies on them. Fabric like acrylic and synthetic found its popularity as they required less maintenance and even affordable.

1960s-Flower Power


The youth ran this era and it was undoubtedly a colorful decade. British adopted the trend of black leather jackets and America’s answer was “hippie movement”. The youth in America wore bell bottom jeans and tie-dyed shirts. Men mostly were inspired by Beatles.

1970s-Saturday Night Fever

1970s-Saturday Night Fever

Fashion became global phenomena as now travel became easier which meant not only people travelled freely but with them, the fashion too took a tour. There was “disco dance” craze and clothes which shone under the disco lights were much preferred by people. Late seventies was taken over by the rise of ‘punk’.

1980s- Material Girls


This era can be well described as dominated by ‘Materialism’ as the western economy witnessed an economic boom. People became brand conscious and use of credit cards made shopping even easier and encouraged spending. Creation of MTV revolutionized the music industry and with it the fashion too. Musicians through their videos made style statements and hence influenced the fashion too.

1990s –Minimalism

1990s _Minimalism

Fashion became more laidback and comfortable. As contrasted to the 80s style defined with color pallets, 90s was more about the color black and neutral colors. Fashion industry bloomed the most in United States. Grunge, an alternative rock subculture spawned a style of skuffy dressing.

2000s-Back to the future

2000s-Back to the future

The 2000s made us realize that fashion trends are cyclical. The old trends which cycled back is given a futuristic touch and carried by people. The boot cut and flared jeans, for instance are a futuristic version of bell bottom jeans. The vintage clothing still finds its place in the market. The boho and hippie look also made a comeback thanks to the TV media and the influence.

Trends that changed the world for better

Change is inevitable. We have been hearing that nothing is constant but only change. Sometimes change can be for good. Let us have a look at the trends that changed the world.

  • Bye, Bye Minis:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

Minis have paved way for maxis. As fashion evolved, skirts and dresses became longer. In 1990’s, skirts and dresses replaced casual outfits and hip hop culture. British Designer Mary Quant, a pioneer in Mini skirt, describes it as a way of rebelling. As fashion changed, minis changed to Maxi’s.

  • Punk Fashion:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

The punk scene in 1970 included hairstyle, cosmetics, jewellery and clothing. Punk lovers were usually found flaunting unkempt and messy short hair, torn or tattered tees. This was their way of making a statement.

  • Power Dressing:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

Dressing in 1970’s saw a new style also called as power dressing. This dressing saw women and men wearing business suits. It also suggested a way of authority when working in a male dominated profession. Though this trend no longer exists, but it is still popular in a fashionable way.

  • Handbags:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

Gone are the days, when handbags used to be vanity bags with built in mirror. In 50’s and 60’s handbags became a fashion statement rather than need.70’s, 80’s and 90’s saw two types of handbags mainly for work and for outing. Today handbag is all about designers like Louis Vuitton, Fendi, and Prada among other designers.

  • Haircuts:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

20’s and 30’s saw short hairstyles for women. Women in 1940’s wore their hair under the hat or tied it in a bun. Women also wore scarves and hats or turbans in 1960’s. Men wore bowl cuts like beetles. In 1970, there came an evolution in men’s hairstyles in the form of Mohawk, punk or colored hair. Today women like to keep long tresses with middle parting or wavy hairstyles. Men are seen experimenting with their hairs like spiky or conservative office look and long braided hair look.

  • Bikinis:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

One thing that evolved for the better is the swim suit or bikinis. During World War II, fabrics were rationed and women in Europe used to wear bath suits that just showed enough skin at the waist. One piece bikini was transformed into two pieces and over the years there are designer swim suits for all sizes.

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

Fashion is incomplete without the right shoes. Shoes have undergone drastic changes since decades. From high and wide heeled shoe to lace up boots in 1920’s, shoes of all types jazzed up the fashion scene. In 1960, black slip on boots made with faux leather was quite a rage.

  • Accessories:-

Trends that changed the world for better fashion

Accessories have always been a must have item in every women’s closet. Lace accents, feathers, cloches and turbans have been a popular accessory for women. Men used fedoras, golf caps automobile caps, panama hats as fashion statement. 

Fashion trends have made a style statement over years. Trends make you and style defines fashion. Trends will come and go but it is important to be comfortable in our own skin.

Outshine with these essential accessories this spring

Spring is acknowledged as season of growth. So if birds are ready to chirp, flowers ready to bloom then why should you fall behind the race to become frolicsome. With the rising temperatures when the lightweight joggers which are made from 100% cotton, seems the only option to wear on weekend activities, accessories can become the finishing touches to the outfit. But when your outfit consists of a lightweight T-shirt and a subtle pinstripe shorts making you feel as close to naked as you can get,  they’re the only touches that you can add making you look stylish even in your comfort zone.

So let us help you upgrade your style with the following accessories that every man should own this season.

  • Sunglasses

Spring season accessories

It is time to part your ways from wayfarer and club master sun glasses and spend some bucks on the round ones for this spring/summer season. But this shape is not suggested for those having round faces because it can make you look dreadful rather than stylish. They can try the age old favourite, aviator sun glasses which look fabulous on almost on every man on earth.

  • Baseball Caps

Spring season accessories

If you’re a street wear fan then oversized, new era- style fitted baseball cap is perfect for you. While the cap adds to your fashion quotient it also protects your charming face from harsh sun rays. However stylish it may be, but never accompany it to your office otherwise you may end up looking like an errant teenager.

  • Slip on shoes

Spring season accessories

Maintain casual, relaxed and laid-back look with lace less slip on shoes. Range of materials for spring and summer shoes have endless options with the latest styles and shapes which provide a comfortable and polished finish. You can further lighten up your shoe affair with the sand-colored or white kicks.

  • Bracelet

Spring season accessories

This season ID bracelets made from metal are very much in and even adds to the masculinity of the wearer. Layering your wrist with different types of leathers and beads also works really well. You can also choose woven wax linen bracelet adding personality to your outfit further.

  • Watch

Spring season accessories

If you are sporting a bold bracelet, the look can be balanced with the classic style watch. However hippy is your look the watch can dial it down giving an impression that you still value punctuality. If your attire is on the formal side a gold watch can be the best option. Gold has been in glory for centuries and will be in fashion for decades to come.

  • Backpacks

Spring season accessories

Can you afford to forget your laptop? The answer is no. This creates an indigenous need for backpack. The coolest backpacks to flaunt off in your office for this spring must be of soft leather. Just be cautious about putting your backpack on the delicate tailor made shoulder of your blazer. You can opt for a denim backpack on the lazy weekend to lighten up your outfit.

Pamper yourself this summer

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Tired of giving excuses about your tanned skin to friends and relatives? The harsh sun rays are taking away all the charm and glow of your skin making it essential to shield your skin. In summers, skin becomes scruffy and loses all its moisture which paves the way to tanning, pre-aging and brown spots. Following are some of the refreshing advices to keep your skim plump and healthy.

  • Scrub the tattered skin out

To get that desired gleam in your skin the most important thing is to scrub the dead skin and cleanse the pores which lead to black heads. Although there are many scrubs available in market but its best to avoid chemical and exfoliate the impurities out of your skin with the natural way right from your kitchen cabinets.

Pamper yourself this summer

  • For those having normal to dry skin applying oats pack can be very useful. Mix spoonful of oats and curd and then apply this pack on face. After the pack gets dry rub the pack with few drops of water and then wash it off. Your skin will not only be deeply cleaned but also moisturized, de-tanned and rejuvenated.

  Pamper yourself this summer

  • Wearing a sleeveless and a wide neck shirt in summer can lead to embarrassment because of the patchy skin which is an unwanted gift by the sun. Bequest your body with this scrub pack which can be easily made at home. Take a spoon of red lentils (masoor), spilt dehusked black gram lentils (dhuli urad) and rice. Soak the three in raw milk for 1-2 hours and then grind it. Add honey, few drops of lemon and rose water in the mixture and you can apply this pack on your face as well as body. After leaving it for few minutes gently rub your skin with few drops of water and then finally wash it off. You will be surprised by the result and using this pack once a week can lead you to baby soft twinkling skin. Using a toner after exfoliation followed by a moisturizer is essential for maintaining the healthy glow. You can pat your skin with rose water frequently to keep the pores closed and your skin enlivened.
  • Sun Protection

Pamper yourself this summer

Avoid going out in this rising temperature especially between 11am to 4pm. Remember whenever you go out apply a sun screen 15 minutes prior to your date with sun. Your sunscreen has to be of SPF 40 and above protecting you from UVA and UVB. In case you forget to apply sunscreen, after coming back immediately massage a slice of tomato on your skin. This will not only invigorate your skin with vitamins A, C, E, K and B6 but will cool down your sunburns. With regular use you can also reduce acne scars and its appearance. 

  • Keep an eye on what you drink and eat

Pamper yourself this summer

Your external skin is the mirror of your internal health. Therefore it is very important to maintain healthy habits avoiding fried food and alcoholic drinks. Eating lot of fruits and sprouts will not only keep you hydrated from within but also replenish your body with vital vitamins and minerals nourishing your system. Drinking 4-5 litre of water daily is vital for your body and shining skin. If you are addicted to tea and coffee double your water consumption.

The tuxedo guide

The name Bond. James Bond personates the ultimate man for many till date. The credit obviously goes to the deadly combination of action, refined taste and the elegant tuxedo look adding the seductive charm to the character.

tuxedo guide

Tuxedo is in vogue from more than hundred years and evolved itself as an icon of male elegance. It is almost beyond belief that such a regulated and formal dress code has managed to withstand the informal dressing. Tuxedo popularly known as black tie and dinner jacket, requires the knowledge of the rules to pull off the look successfully. One should wear a self tied bow not a long neck tie or pre-tied bow with a tuxedo and else you may end up looking like a waiter rather than a gentleman.

The fabric of the bow should match with that of the lapels and stripes of the pants but you can also go for a velvet bow tie if you are going to an informal event. Tuxedo preferably should only have one button when in single breasted form. You can wear a double-breasted dinner suit but be cautious because if you undo a double-breasted jacket, it hangs and looks awful. Ideally, the jacket should have a closed back with no vents at all but if you’re going to have vents, choose side vents. A centre vent will blow open and show your shirt, which looks cluttered.

tuxedo guide

The shirt that accompanies a tuxedo should always be plain white necessarily not a pleated one. Although pleated shirts are more traditional, but a man looks best in a button up shirt with a classic spread collar shirt and French cuffs. The attire is complimented with a cummerbund or a waistcoat to conceal the bit of white shirting fabric between your jacket button and waistband. Wearing a waistcoat can look really nice and is a good alternative to the cummerbund giving you a much smarter look.

tuxedo guide


If you are getting confused about the pocket square then white linen is ideal, however, you can also go for silk scarf to add on sophistication. Trousers of the dinner suit should completely match the jacket, that means, the fabric should be the same. Pants should be high-waist and should not have any belt loops. Also front pleats should be avoided in the bottoms.

tuxedo guide

Club your tuxedo with black polished front cap toe shoes and avoid wearing loafers. You can also wear a formal pump – court shoe but for the attitude must be as that of bond.

Falling in love is one thing but it is a crime to match one’s tuxedo or associated accessories with the attire of his date.  Get her the moon or the stars of the galaxy but don’t fall in trap of your lady and murder the classiness of your tuxedo complimenting her dress.  The magic begins the moment you put on this upper-class attire, metamorphosing a boy into a man, and elevating a man into a gentleman. It has been rightly said, “Nature created men unequally, tuxedos were invented to even the score.”