We, artists and designers, usually follow our hearts. My two blogs, TAAM & Tantu, are also driven by my heart. But, TAAM is a little more of my heart and Tantu is a little more of my brain. TAAM is purely an expression of my ideas and thoughts as a…
This post deals with meaning and making of Raglan Style bodice and sleeve. This post also includes tips for Raglan style. Hi friend! As I promised, today’s post is dedicated to Raglan sleeves. This post is written in follow-up to the request of Ms Suneetha Yenamala. Before looking at the…
This post is to share ornamentation ideas on a princess line sari blouse (directed from neckline) with Raglan style. Hello Tantu Reader! I shared DIY of my Beaded Yo-yo Patchwork And Ruffled Motif Work in the last post. I have used those trims in my princess line blouse. I usually get…
Hey, I’m with a few sandals. Folded Paper Sandal: As the name suggest, it is folded style sandal with a yellow sole and brown bottom. It is given a classic look by edging it with an embroidery in brown. Best suited casual and beach footwear. Beaded Blue Sandal: It is…
These belts are designed for informal occasions.
This is a metal chain unisex belt. Youngsters can team it with cowboy style or with a pair of jeans and tees. Ladies can also wear this with a single piece black party wear.
This multicoloured feminine beaded belt goes well with casuals like dress or tee & jeans.
- Belts define waistline. So, belts are good for persons with narrow waists.
- Thin, cord type belts are good on persons with short waists and petite figures.
- Wide belts are the best for tall persons who are with long waists.
- Contrasting -plain or large printed – dress emphasizes the belt. Hence this defines waistline better.
- Belt worn over kurtas/kurtis will enhance the beauty of Indian ladies.
- Emphasising buckled belts over dark outfits suit persons with wide waists.
- Dressing for your athletic shape (closetoyouparksville.wordpress.com)
- The denim/jeans affair……. (zanelemoroosi.wordpress.com)
- Wanna make your own belts? Check this link: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/category/fashion/accessories/belts
Hello Tantu Reader… How are you doing? Do you remember the bodice I dyed? Do you want to know what I did out of it? Come on, Let me show you My Shrug! (Photography by my husband, Venu) Here it is! A shrug can be patterned or plain. I decided…
Hey! I am back with a design of mine. Just have a glance… Something to add: This is a graceful A-line kameez paired with a chudidar in crimson chiffon. This kameez is beautified by an interlocking drape in two shades of chiffon – honeydew green and lemon yellow. This…