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Lehenga with a jacket

The actress wore a pink crop top and lehenga. It was layered with a floor length jacket which featured embroidery and embellishments. She accessorised the look with jhumkas and bangles.
 

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The black lehenga

When Janhvi Kapoor wore black lehenga, she made sure to make her Anamika Khanna ensemble look edgy with her side braids. The lehenga had floral embroidery and if you hate gaudy ensembles, then this one is a perfect pick!
 

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Lehenga with pockets

If you hate skirts and lehengas minus the pockets, then this ensemble by Nachiket Barve will solve your purpose. The blue lehenga set features embroidery in pink colour and creates a beautiful contrast.
 

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Faux fur lehenga

If you're looking for a modern lehenga, then you need this Manish Malhotra lehenga in your wardrobe. The grey-plum lehenga set features applique designs along with fur detailing at the hemline.
 

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Candy crush lehenga

Forget traditional colours, it's all about pastel and candy hues now. For Sonam Kapoor's wedding, Janhvi stunned in a pink and mint green lehenga which featured multicoloured embroidery all over!
 

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The perfect style guide for monsoon



Monsoon brings along the much needed respite from the heat, but the season also throws a challenge at you when it comes to dressing up. One always wants to look stylish but to ruin your shoes and clothes in the wet weather is not an option.


Wear light clothes

One should wear light and breathable fabrics like Cotton. Synthetic clothes should be avoided completely. A stylish raincoat or trench coat is a must to turn heads this Monsoon. You can also add to Gum Boots in vibrant colours to look stylish.

Go short!
You can also wear shorts, short Skirts, and dresses that are the most convenient to carry in monsoon. Moreover, you can also team up quirky accessories with your short dresses. It adds more life to your style statement and looks more practical.

Try flowery prints this weather, which will also add more dazzle to your wardrobe on rainy days.

Play with colours
Go for dark colours as rain marks tend to show on light colours. It also works well to uplift one's mood and personality. For this monsoon, you can be stylish yet comfortable by wearing Playsuits, as they are easy to go, breathable and convenient.

Colours like splendid pink, blue, orange and yellow are a perfect pick when combined with neutrals.

Opt for Nylon bags
Keeping everything safe yet flaunt your style this monsoon by opting for nylon and transparent bags. This will keep all your valuables secure and dry when it rains. Moreover, it will be handier along with prepping up your style game.



Vibrant feet!

Fashion expert and brand influencer, Bandana Sondhi said, "When it comes to footwear, wear vibrant Flip Flops and sandals. Light comfortable flip flops and jelly flats save you from the unpredictable puddles and muddy streets. They can be worn easily with almost any outfit."



Skin care

In the rainy season, skin care is very essential. It's beneficial to stay hydrated and saturate your skin simultaneously. When it comes to makeup, light and natural looks are ideal to prevent your skin from getting sticky.



"Get your hands on gel-based foundations and concealers as they will make your face look hydrated and even toned. Opt for light shades in matte lipsticks and not very dark ones because it may leave marks during the downpour. Waterproof varieties are also a must," added Bandana.



Don't forget your umbrella!

Last but not the least, a nice and vibrant collection of umbrellas is a must have in monsoon. The miniature and foldable varieties can be put in your bag easily as they are very compact.
 
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We bet you didn't know that women's jeans have smaller pockets!

A pocket is an essential part of clothing, especially those stitched inside pants. Back in the 15th-century, pockets weren't sewn-in and were basically separate pouches attached. It was much later in the 18th century that tailors started adding sewn-in pockets to jackets and pants for men, while women still had to carry pouches for their essentials. And, when women started wearing pants finally, the pockets got gradually smaller as they were considered to be a masculine feature and did not flatter the slender figure of women.



Eventually, women got their pockets too, but the struggle to carry their essentials is still a problem. Be it skirts, tights and those fancy jeans, a lot of brands don't even offer pockets. On the other hand, a lot of times a pocket design is conveniently used on jeans but the garment actually has no pocket inside.









From lack of pockets to tiny pockets, finding women outfits which can actually fit your mobile phone is a task. A recent study was done by 'The Pudding' which revealed that pockets in women's jeans are 48% shorter than men. It is also 6.5% narrower than men's pockets, which makes it impossible for any woman to keep their everyday essentials in the pockets.



In the study, around 80 pair of jeans were measured and it was found that men had pockets of 9.1-inch length and 6.5 inches width. The study also revealed that women pockets were less in dimensions and were of the 5.6-inch length and 6-inch width. With such impractical pockets, a woman can't even fit her hands in them like men.
 

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