Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Sho­ex­press has con­cocted a cre­atively re­lax­ing change for men, women and chil­dren this Au­tumn Win­ter. Ladies, cre­ate cool trends and stand out from the crowd with a se­lec­tion of stylish shoes. Lat­est state­ment pieces and sta­ples at Sho­ex­press at amaz­ing prices! The core white color is a must for ev­ery wardrobe and oc­ca­sion. For starters, let’s get it right by choos­ing metal­lic! Gold and sil­ver will dom­i­nate the whole sporty look, along with a pair of white shoes.

Tan is the new black, but don’t for­get khaki, white and grey! Nat­u­ral col­ors are also the main color for the sea­son. Avail­able in ca­sual, for­mal shoes and san­dals! Get your fringe on! With this fun and ever grow­ing trend on footwear, from boots to wedge sneakers to flat shoes. A lit­tle ad­di­tion of fringe in your footwear will up­date your look flaw­lessly this sea­son.

The bo­hemian look is back with a bang! Lace ups and Tie-ups will give an edge to your per­sonal style. The 70’s retro trend of block and chunky heels are back with a so­phis­ti­cated flair! A per­fect choice for peo­ple who are not com­fort­able in high heels.To en­sure that you’ll wear your best boot for­ward this sea­son, we pre­pared an im­pres­sive range of boots to choose from. Chelsea boots, over the knee boots to trekking boots that you’ll fall in love with!

Sho­ex­press’ Au­tumn Win­ter ac­ces­sories col­lec­tion for ladies plays on shape, struc­ture, chain and metal de­tail­ing. Cre­at­ing fash­ion-for­ward looks with an in­spi­ra­tional ap­peal. A shower of shim­mer­ing gold, sil­ver and warmth-in­duc­ing col­ors. Rich reds, “china blues” and earthy shades are the main color trends to wel­come this sea­son. Go­ing small is think­ing big with our range! Our range of mini hand­bags are ver­sa­tile for any oc­ca­sion. Our clutch and evening bags will hold all your es­sen­tials and can eas­ily take you from day to night.

The back­pack is a key state­ment in the Sho­ex­press col­lec­tion this sea­son. We want to make sure you can take it wher­ever you may choose to go or what clothes you want to pair it with! We have vary­ing sizes that can ac­com­mo­date your need for mo­bil­ity, func­tion­al­ity and fash­ion­abil­ity! The ver­sa­til­ity of our back­pack is the an­swer to all the needs of a busy woman.

Also this sea­son, quilt, fringe and tas­sels are in! Show­ing up in our range of hand­bags to wal­lets. A key trend is match­ing bags, wal­lets and shoes. Men can step out in style with the lat­est range of footwear this sea­son. Sho­ex­press is fo­cused on bring­ing men key sea­sonal styles at the best prices yet! The range has been up­lifted with both style and color, our prices have been re­vised to be the most com­pet­i­tive and our fash­ion of­fer­ing has been in­flu­enced with the cur­rent trends.

Sports fash­ion is the hottest look for Men, and Sho­ex­press brings you great fash­ion­able styles per­fect for that “smart ca­sual” and “ath­leisure” look at amaz­ing prices. When it comes to for­mal shoes, the di­rec­tion has shifted to­wards the semi-for­mal trend. Our com­fort line of footwear, can be worn to work as well and will eas­ily tran­si­tion to evening. Sho­ex­press has lined up a se­lec­tion of time­less and trendy style of boots.

Our ca­sual shoes are in­spired by a range of fab­rics such as knit, can­vas, suede and nubuck. AW2016 Chil­dren’s wear range of­fers a re­mark­able va­ri­ety of trainer and sports fash­ion looks for boys and girls to choose from. They are light weight, trendy and are a per­fect fit for most oc­ca­sions. Char­ac­ter shoes are hard to re­sist. From the likes of Dora, Princess, Hello Kitty, Frozen, Cars, Spi­derman to Min­ions, lit­tle ones will be spoilt for choice. Toddlers will find trendy, com­fort­able shoes at amaz­ing prices. Glit­ter and be­jew­eled style add charm to the col­lec­tion. High tops, sporty shoes, boots and soft shoes lends va­ri­ety to the range.

The sports cat­e­gory has truly rein­vented it­self with durable and light­weight knit fab­ric style and ly­cra. The chain, studs and fringe de­tail form a key part of our Boots Range. Clas­sic high cut boots and the sta­ple Chelsea look also make their pres­ence felt in this win­ter-ready col­lec­tion. Sho­ex­press Au­tumn Win­ter 2016is avail­able at Star Mall -Al Rai, Souk Al Mubarakiya and The Av­enues, make sure to catch them and be sea­son-savvy than the usual!

Bee­keep­ing in Le­banon had be­come a lu­cra­tive busi­ness that pro­vided a steady in­come for many fam­i­lies in the coun­try. State­ments, such as the one prop­a­gated by the Le­banese Min­istry of Agri­cul­ture, re­vealed that the bee­keep­ing in­dus­try had pro­vided some 6,000 Le­banese fam­i­lies with steady in­come. Bees are well­known to be very vi­tal for the en­vi­ron­ment due to their roles as honey providers as well as pol­li­na­tors for sev­eral kinds of plants and flow­ers.

Speak­ing on the sub­ject, mem­ber of the Arab bee­keep­ing union, Ne­had Salha said that she and her hus­band con­sid­ered bee­keep­ing as a hobby at first. Af­ter a con­sid­er­able time had passed, the hobby turned to a prof­itable busi­ness that at­tracted a num­ber of com­pa­nies in­ter­ested in the brand, said Salha who re­vealed that the cap­i­tal for this line of busi­ness was so eas­ily ob­tain­able that any­one could start their bee­keep­ing com­mer­cial en­ter­prise. It is very im­por­tant to un­der­stand the ABCs of the busi­ness be­fore ven­tur­ing into un­charted wa­ters, Salha ad­vised those seek­ing bee­keep­ing as a liveli­hood.

Also con­tribut­ing to the dis­cus­sion, head of the bee­keep­ing stud­ies at the Amer­i­can Univer­sity of Beirut (AUB) Pro­fes­sor Rami Ol­laik said that there were around 10,000 bee­keep­ers in Le­banon us­ing the pro­fes­sion as a main and sec­ondary source of in­come. A sin­gle bee­hive in Le­banon pro­duces around 8 to 15 kilos of honey, said Ol­laik, adding that this num­ber was low if it was com­pared to sin­gle bee­hives in other coun­tries which pro­duced around 45 to 60 kilos. He said that bees were one of the world great­est flow­ers and plants pol­li­na­tors, say­ing that the pol­li­na­tion ca­pac­ity of a bee was 150 times greater than any other species. Ol­laik called for pro­vid­ing bee­keep­ers with nec­es­sary in­struc­tions and as­sis­tance to fur­ther de­velop this busi­ness in Le­banon. — KUNA

Bee­keep­ing work­ers re­mov­ing the honey from the bee­hive

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