Home Fashion Trends Fashion Trends Devika Tripathi By Devika Tripathi | on October 11, 2019 Edgy outfits, modern interpretation of traditional wears, and monotone hues were some of the elements that dominated the day two of the ongoing Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week SS20. The day started on rich silk fabric notes and ended with dramatic western silhouettes. We have curated our best picks from the second day of the India Fashion Week for you. Take a look. Sanjukta Dutta Designer Sanjukta Dutta always leave us impressed us with her interpretation of Assamese traditional outfits. Maximalist in approach, she played with bold hues and gave us a collection of beautiful outfits. There were two ensembles that left us speechless from her collection titled, Aakaash. The first outfit was a contemporary sari donned by one of the models. The sari was dipped in purple hue and adorned with intricate multi-hued accents, which made the outfit perfect for festive occasions. We particularly … [Read more...] about LMIFWSS20: We Have Curated The Best Picks From The Day 2 Of The India Fashion Week
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"There's nothing worse than having to wait in line at the DMV." "There's nothing worse than being out and having your phone die." "There's nothing worse than having a short in your iPhone charger where it will only charge held in at certain angles." "There's nothing worse than putting on a sports bra fresh outta the shower." "There's nothing worse than a boring date." "There's nothing worse than getting into a bed with cold sheets." Oh, yes, there is. Those are all actual tweets. So is "There is nothing worse than having to bury your own child." That one might put those others to shame. Much as "There's nothing worse than" grates on me as a phrase, though, I know there are many things worse than having to hear it. People speak in hyberbole. I shouldn't make a big deal out of the fact that some people use language as though something else is a really big deal. Belittling people's concerns as "first world problems" is a trendy new form of bullying. While a website like … [Read more...] about Stop Picking on People for Their “First World Problems”
Source: Original cartoon by Alex Martin Without modern medical science, a baby’s sex would remain unknown until birth. But many mothers today know long beforehand whether a baby will be male or female. Routine ultrasound scans reveal fetal genitals a third of the way through pregnancy, and genetic tests identify sex even earlier. Yet basic questions remain. Is a baby’s sex like coin tossing, or can the male:female ratio be skewed? If sex bias occurs, does it happen through sperm sorting before fertilization or mortality differences in the womb after conception? Diagram of sex chromosomes in mammals Source: Wikimedia Commons; Author: de:user:Dietzel65. File ineligible for copyright and therefore in the public domain because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship. Do biased sex ratios occur naturally? All mammals share a universal mechanism for sex determination, so — other things being … [Read more...] about Boy or Girl: Couples Trying to Load the Dice
Source: goodluz/Shutterstock When you’ve been hurt, betrayed, or disappointed by someone you care about, it’s hard to imagine giving that person another chance. Yet forgiveness is a value that is fundamental to human relationships. Giving up on people because they’ve let you down, whether it’s your favorite athlete, a political figure, or your best friend, seems antithetical to that value. Even though we’re taught to forgive and to give someone an opportunity to make up for past wrongs, not everyone is capable of doing so. In a recent study, University of Bremen psychologist Katja Hanke teamed up with Christin-Melanie Vauclar of the University of Lisbon on a massive analysis of nearly 42,000 participants from 30 countries on cross-cultural variations in the personality trait of forgiveness. Presumably, in countries that emphasize the virtue of forgiveness, people would be more likely to espouse this trait within their own … [Read more...] about 4 Reasons to Give Someone a Second Chance
Source: Geralt/Pixabay Written By Peter Livingstone You’re probably losing money right now, without even knowing it! Why? Well, if you have money sitting in a bank account that’s giving you a return of less than 1.5%, you’re losing money due to inflation. Inflation simply means that your dollar will buy less a year from now than it can buy today. In fact, you would need ten dollars today to buy what you could for one dollar in 1950. retirement funds in a bank account.” Perhaps you listen to the news when the Dow Jones Industrial Average drops hundreds of points and think “I couldn’t stand to lose money like those folks in the stock market.” Using some simple, evidence-based methods for wise investing, you can outperform the majority of stock market investors (even those “masters of the universe”). You don’t need a lot of money to start investing. If you are fortunate enough to have a workplace retirement account, such as a … [Read more...] about Stop Losing Money Now!