Make Right Fash­ion Choice

Fash­ion­ista RESHMA SARAF talks about choos­ing ap­pro­pri­ate and suit­able de­signer out­fits, and also lists out handy fash­ion tips for teenagers.

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In to­day’s day and age, peo­ple like to be more pre­sentable; there­fore, fash­ion has be­come an in­te­gral part of an in­di­vid­ual’s life. As re­gards cloth­ing brands, peo­ple pre­fer buy­ing branded out­fits, which are now also avail­able on­line. How­ever, each piece is dif­fer­ent, and most im­por­tantly, they are priced at a value which makes shop­ping a spe­cial delight! When it comes to fash­ion, In­dia is rapidly be­com­ing a fash­ion con­scious coun­try; as a re­sult, ev­ery­one wants to look their very best - be it ev­ery day wear or de­signer out­fits. As the mar­ket is flooded with hun­dreds of cloth­ing brands, choos­ing the right one be­comes dif­fi­cult. For such in­di­vid­u­als who are spoilt for choice, fash­ion­ista Reshma Saraf can help them pick the right out­fits for their wardrobes. Hav­ing a great sense of aes­thet­ics and fash­ion, Reshma is a name to reckon with in the world of fash­ion and style. She is the most sought-af­ter in­flu­en­tial face, be it per­son­ally or pro­fes­sion­ally, in the glam­our town for most of the beauty pageants and so­cial events in Pune. Grad­u­ated from National In­sti­tute of Fash­ion Tech­nol­ogy (NIFT), New Delhi, Reshma has put her fash­ion knowl­edge to the best by re­defin­ing the fash­ion trends with her unique sense and out­look. She be­lieves in ex­per­i­ment­ing with her designs, for in­stance, she has al­tered tra­di­tional designs and made them more con­tem­po­rary with fresh com­bi­na­tions of colours and a sense of tran­quil­ity to suit to­day’s look and needs whilst still keep­ing In­dian cul­tural val­ues alive. “Ev­ery­one wants a good wardrobe, but not ev­ery­one has a good styling sense or a sched­ule, which al­lows them to scan through the vast range of at­trac­tive of­fer­ings by the never end­ing list of brands, and this is ex­actly where I come in as a per­sonal shop­per to help them build their wardrobe”, says Reshma. Fur­ther, she adds, “The way we dress re­flects our per­son­al­ity, for in­stance, what we wear on a day to day ba­sis. How­ever, when you con­sult a fash­ion de­signer, it is their job to en­sure that what you are wear­ing is stylish, trendy, and whether it is re­flect­ing your per­son­al­ity.” Ac­cord­ing to Reshma, fash­ion isn’t only about look­ing gor­geous, beau­ti­ful, smart and dap­per, it is also an ex­pres­sion of who you are and how you want to present your­self in the world.

Fash­ion Hacks for Teenagers

Reshma ad­vises teenagers to not fol­low fash­ion blindly, just be­cause it is there does not mean you have to wear it. Each per­son is dif­fer­ent and unique and so are their per­son­al­i­ties. Clothes de­liver a silent, yet a very strong mes­sage to peo­ple. So, you should al­ways be aware of what you are wear­ing, es­pe­cially on spe­cial oc­ca­sions.

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