Thursday, 18 April 2013

Luxurious Wedding Gown

Luxurious Wedding Gown By Vera Wang

Vera Wang Finding your Wedding Dress is probably the most exciting and important aspect of planning your wedding day – every bride deserves to look at their very best, so we urge you to use our Accredited Members to find reliable, fantastically talented dress designers on our website. Be careful of cheap imports although we have some great Suppliers who do import garments from overseas. 


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Luxurious Wedding Gown By Vera Wang - Georgeous Design

Vera Wang seemed to understand exactly what women want for their wedding, by attesing the Vera Wang wedding dress collection 2012. In early 2012 it launched its latest collection of Vera Wang wedding gown white very beautiful and wonderful. 

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White Vera Wang wedding dress is playing with hard and soft texture. Spring 2012 collection White Bridal Gown by Vera Wang will make the bride look beautiful and charming and makes them very special wedding celebration.  
    
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2013 Korean Style

Korea is one country that produces world’s most popular fashion. It is supported from a variety of new styles, and looks very attractive to young people today. There are many options to play the style of the dress. Most young women are now opting for one dress clothes for hangout. Casual dress is growing rapidly in Korea and is spreading throughout the world. One feature of which is owned by the Korean dress is an attractive use of color and design that is cuter. This suggests a different dress and remains suitable for use anytime. But if for a formal event, you better use a formal dress. There are many types of formal dress from Korea that we can take and learn.
Formal dress in Korea is very interesting and diverse. Many combinations and colors used. Initially, the use of only a dark dress. Greatly influence the development trends Korean formal dress. The following is an example that you can take and you learn, to get a Korean style is interesting and beautiful of course. Dress is displayed and contains a combination of attractive colors. You can use it, for your formal event. Results will be better, if you can combine colors and choose the style that suits your body shape, as well as your face shape. Good luck.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Korean clothes

Although Korea is very far from Europe and America, their clothing style is starting to draw the attention of many famous designers from the rest of the world. Slowly but surely, Korean designers are trying to amaze everyone with beautiful and chic clothes, aimed especially for teenagers. That it is why it is a good idea to switch to this clothing style for a period of time if you want to try something new and discover new combinations of designs and colors. Also, you do not have to be from Korea to be able to buy such clothes. You can easily buy Korean clothes online.
Korean clothing online shopping is a fun activity and it is increasingly popular to buy from the internet. Also, Korean fashion is gaining more and more popularity as well and it is very likely that you will make the right decision if you buy such clothes. Koreans combine various colors in different clothes with great skill and the end result is astonishing. Korean clothes feature simplicity, beauty and grace.
If you are really interested, go ahead and be the first one from your friends who wears Korean clothes. You can find plenty of online stores from which you can buy successfully. Also, the prices are not high at all and the quality of the materials is well-known. Koreans are famous for reliable and well-built things.
You can order pretty much everything, from t-shirts, dresses, blouses, sweaters to shoes and even wigs. The range of products is broad. Try to have patience and review the items at length. Also, do not worry about the fact that you will not find what you are looking for because there are so many websites and Korean online stores on the internet that it is almost impossible to not find your preferred item. Keep in mind that Korean clothes are appropriate for any occasion and you will always make a good impression.
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Coach 42043 Slim Envelope Leather Wallet




Coach 42043 Slim Envelope Leather Wallet - Gold - The Coach 42043 Slim Envelope Leather Wallet is a classic wallet from the latest release of Coach Designer wallets. It features - textured leather material, four credit card slots, two larger slots, two  billfold slot, zipper closure coin compartment, as well as an external open pocket.
The Coach 42043 Slim Envelope Leather Wallet is a classic wallet from the latest release of Coach Designer wallets. It features - textured leather material, four credit card slots, two larger slots, two  billfold slot, zipper closure coin compartment, as well as an external open pocket.

  • Textured leather design
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  • Off white tonal top-stitching
  • Coin pocket with flap & snap closure
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  • 4 card slots
  • Two additional slots
  • Rich leather trim and interior
  • Care Instructions card
  • Coach logo details imprinted on leather
  • 100% guaranteed authentic
  • Handcrafted in China

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Milled Leather Tote Bag

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Louis Vuitton Wallets

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Putty Leather Wallet

Putty Leather Wallet - It’s a clutch, it’s a wallet, it’s a money purse ... oh wait ... its all three! 

You’ll be proud to pull your credit cards out of this beautiful, practical leather ladies wallet. The removable zipped coin purse makes it so easy to pop out for a quick coffee without having to take everything with you. 

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Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Wedding Sarees

Though the saree, or sari, is most commonly associated with Indian women, this flowing piece of clothing is worn by women in many different areas of the world, and in many different styles. The saree is important to the women of all these cultures. The bridal saree is an especially important garment. Choosing a bridal saree is akin to buying a wedding dress
 
  Styles
        The saree ensemble is generally comprised of three pieces: the choli (a tight-fitting blouse), a long skirt and a length of fabric usually about a meter in width and 5 meters in length. They are available in a variety of colors and materials, including cotton and silk. Women of different communities wear sarees in different manners, and a slightly different design. For example, Brahmin women wear no skirt, but instead a longer sari which they can wrap around their legs.
    Color
        You can be certain to find whatever color you choose.          
        While bridal sarees are not as tied to a particular color as the traditional white wedding dress of Western cultures, color is an important feature. Pink and red are popular colors, but there is no obligation to choose these colors. When picking a color for their sarees, women consider, along with the opinions of their relatives, which color will best suit their complexion, figure, and the design of the saree. Wedding sarees are available in every color from white to bright red, yellow and blue to suit the tastes of the bride.
       
    Fabrics
        Hours of delicate work can result in expensive embroidery.
        Sarees are made from cotton, silk, and other synthetic materials. The fabric can affect the cost, but costlier materials generally last longer, making the garment itself hold up longer. Hindu weddings are traditionally a grand affair, and an enormous cause for celebration, so a woman planning a Hindu wedding might choose an embroidered saree. These elaborate sarees can be made from chiffon, brocade, and so on, and are named for the type of embroidery the saree-maker uses.
   
Bollywood
        Bollywood refers to the large Indian film industry and the many films it produces each year in Hindi. The fashions seen by the stars who appear in Bollywood films have had much influence on the sarees some women choose for their weddings. Bollywood films are famous for their vivid colors, large-scale song-and-dance numbers, and elaborate costumes. The lehenga style, produced to look similar to Bollywood-wear, are embroidered with intricate designs, using pearls, crystals, and are designed to make one look sleek and elegant.
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Indian Sarees

Recently Indian Designer has introduced its Latest Stylish Indian Wedding/ PartySaree Collection For Women & Young Girls. In his collection designer introduced many types of saree such as Amusing Stones Studded Net Saree, Beige Crystals Enhanced Net Saree, Sparkling Stones Studded Net Saree, Alluring Black Net Sharara Saree, Classy Red Appliqued Lehenga Saree, Banarasi Uppada And Bandhini Half And Half Saree, Embroidered Pink Net saree, Fantastic Orange Art Silk Saree, Elegant Mauve Art Silk Saree, Embroidered Peach Net Saree, Alluring Cream Art Silk Saree, Beautiful Dual Shade Sharara Saree, etc. All these saree collection is very elegant and graceful, women and girls wear these saree in wedding or party ceremony. In this collection used color are very bright and attractive such as green , black, red, pink, blue, cream color etc.

Traditional Wear Indian Sarees1 Recently Indian Designer has introduced its Latest Stylish Indian Wedding/ PartySaree Collection For Women & Young Girls. In his collection designer introduced many types of saree such as Amusing Stones Studded Net Saree, Beige Crystals Enhanced Net Saree, Sparkling Stones Studded Net Saree, Alluring Black Net Sharara Saree, Classy Red Appliqued Lehenga Saree, Banarasi Uppada And Bandhini Half And Half Saree, Embroidered Pink Net saree, Fantastic Orange Art Silk Saree, Elegant Mauve Art Silk Saree, Embroidered Peach Net Saree, Alluring Cream Art Silk Saree, Beautiful Dual Shade Sharara Saree, etc. All these saree collection is very elegant and graceful, women and girls wear these saree in wedding or party ceremony. In this collection used color are very bright and attractive such as green , black, red, pink, blue, cream color etc.   

 
 
 


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High Heels Sandals








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THE HIGH HEEL?

When the average heel high on Bond Street reached six inches, something had to change. And it’s no wonder that the new Spring/Summer 2010 collection has taken a backlash against the towering stiletto. Although we are all victims to the elaborate high-heel, this season we are being told that boring can be good - but will we listen?
From flat walking sandals to chunky clogs, the likes of Chanel, Prada and even Jimmy Choo have abandoned to ever growing stiletto and created a new season of sensible, subtle and comfortable shoes. But is that really what we want? I’m sure we can all agree that when Alexander McQueen started churning out 12 inch heels, a line had been crossed, but is this really going to be the season where we turn our backs on our once-beloved towering heels in exchange for chunky clogs and kitten heels our mums would wear? Unfortunately I think not.
We may be being kind to our feet by keeping them flat on the floor, but isn’t the old saying “no pain no gain”? And what makes a woman feel more confident than a pair of stunning stilettos teamed with a classic LBD? Not sandals!
Maybe this trend will catch on for daytime attire and the women on Bond Street can give their feet a rest, but the killer high heel has, and will always be the ultimate confidence booster for women all over the world, and will take more than one season of ‘boring’ flats to die!
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Red High Heels

There has been a delightful movement started among the clergy women of the North Texas Conference whereby they are asking all clergywomen to wear red high heels on the Monday of Annual Conference as a sign of our connection and our solidarity with one another.  One quote, apocryphally attributed to Kathleen Baskin-Ball reads, “you haven’t preached until you’ve preached in a pair of red heels.”  The tradition apparently dates to wonderful memories of Cathy Bingman’s ordination.
But I won’t be wearing red high heels on that day and I want to say why.

Two Reasons: The Practical and The Theological

The first reason is simply practical:  I have difficult feet, never, ever wear high heels, must buy expensive shoes to keep my feet healthy and pain-free, and would prefer not to spend my limited clothing budget on a pair of shoes that I will not wear again.
But I would quickly discard the practical and spend the money were it not for a deeper issue.
The second issue is theological, and there are two prongs to this.

The Invisible Preacher

First, when I preach, my goal is to become such a powerful conduit for the Word of God that I become utterly invisible to the congregation as their attention moves fully to God.  Time after time, when I read in Scripture of the Presence of God descending upon humanity, I see that such Presence deserves full attention—and is so glorious that nothing else matters anyway.  The words I most prefer not to hear at the end of worship, “You did a great job today, Preacher” (or,” what color IS your hair today?”).  The words I most desire to hear, “I met God today in worship.”
Over and over, I have told my worship team, everyone from the director, to the Communion stewards, to the musicians and singers, to the people who run the sound booth:  “The better you are, the less people will notice you.  Leading in worship is not a performance, but is a window through which glory is glimpsed.”
So the idea that I have not preached until I have preached in red shoes is a bit problematic to me.  But I also understand how it works for others and I really do celebrate that and support that tradition for them.

Solidarity With Other Clergy

Second:  the issue of solidarity with other clergy.  If I understand rightly, the purpose behind the movement is to express the solidarity of our female clergy connection.  That is a wonderful, wonderful thing.  I’m deeply grateful for my female clergy colleagues.  But I am also deeply and equally grateful for my male clergy colleagues.
I came to age in a theological world that is foreign to almost all other women in this clergy connection.  The world I knew was the one that said that a woman hearing a call to preach is hearing a lie, for God would not call a woman.  Therefore a woman who hears  such a call is deceived and must be kept silent.
I know by heart all the textual arguments used to deny women a place in the pulpit or other ecclesiastical leadership roles that exercise authority over men.  At one point, I could even quote the Greek and Hebrew texts to support those arguments.
Eventually, by my own diligent study of the Holy Scriptures, I began to believe that such arguments have a deep and fatal flaw:  they elevate human interpretation over the very nature of God and the liberating power of the gospel.
Eventually, I became one of those who fought the fight and said, “This is wrong.”
I also became one of those who paid a horrific price for my willingness to speak out.
I know this:  there are women who are serving freely because I did pay that price.  I do not regret it.
What I regret is that they were willing for me to pay the price for them, but they were not willing to pay the price for others.  I was eventually expelled from that world and what little I had been able to accomplish there has long since been wiped away.
When I finally found the world of The United Methodist Church, I learned that I had been a Wesleyan long before I ever read John Wesley.  I also knew that doors were open here because other women AND men had fought the same fight I had been fighting, but, thanks be to God, with a different outcome.
All this brings me, finally, to the important conversation the female lead clergy had with Bishop McKee on Tuesday, April 9, 2013.  I heard him voice profound theological and practical support for women in central and influential lead clergy positions.  I also heard him say that at this time, he does not wish to place a woman in a position where she will most certainly fail because the ground has not yet been plowed for her, or that which had once been rich and welcoming soil has now become hard-packed and rejecting.
As the Bishop spoke, I started thinking of Ghandi’s great salt march in India.  The mining and distribution of salt, that mineral essential to life particularly in a hot humid country where heavy perspiration is a way of life, was restricted to the British.  And they made everyone else pay, and pay dearly, for that which was needed to stay alive.
At the culmination of the great salt march, man after man was clubbed down by British soldiers. Read these words from a live press report:
Not one of the marchers even raised an arm to fend off the blows. They went down like ten-pins. From where I stood I heard the sickening whacks of the clubs on unprotected skulls. The waiting crowd of watchers groaned and sucked in their breaths in sympathetic pain at every blow. Those struck down fell sprawling, unconscious or writhing in pain with fractured skulls or broken shoulders. In two or three minutes the ground was quilted with bodies. Great patches of blood widened on their white clothes. The survivors without breaking ranks silently and doggedly marched on until struck down….Finally the police became enraged by the non-resistance….They commenced savagely kicking the seated men in the abdomen and testicles. The injured men writhed and squealed in agony, which seemed to inflame the fury of the police….The police then began dragging the sitting men by the arms or feet, sometimes for a hundred yards, and throwing them into ditches. 
That is solidarity.  And such solidarity eventually led to the end of British Colonial rule in India.

We Have it Very, Very Good

Again, I want to say I appreciate red high heels. I appreciate the symbolism, the solidarity and the power expressed there.   I appreciate their beauty, and the empowerment they represent.  This is important.
I also say:  Clergy women of the North Texas Conference, we have it very, very good.  While I personally disagree with the Bishop’s decision (I think we are going to have to have more martyrs rather than already plowed ground before substantive change takes place), I also trust that this man is for us, not against us.
My own solidarity now goes to those who don’t have the kinds of privileges and support I have.  I am thinking of the women who are routinely shrouded and kept silent.  Who have brutal operations on their genitalia in order to destroy sexual pleasure and ensure their chastity. Who are shot when standing up for the right to educate girls. Who are forced into sexual slavery or into unwanted marriages. Who have bought into a world of generational poverty exacerbated by multiple baby-daddies who offer only sperm but nothing else.
callosed-feetWere I to don footwear that expresses such support, I would actually be barefoot.  I would have to walk on hot sidewalks with no foot protection, none of the expensive cushioning and fine workmanship with which I pamper myself.  No more pedicures, no more smooth well-cared for skin, for the calluses would be my only protection from sharp stones and pieces of piercing glass.
But I won’t.  I shall stride into Annual Conference in my unfashionable shoes, grateful for every step without pain.  I shall admire every single pair of red high heels I see and cheer each one on.  I shall pray diligently for those who are barefoot, either in actuality or symbolically, and know our work paves the way for them.
And I will breathe a silent “thank you” for all those women and men who have already fought the fight, paid the price and made a way for me.
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Affair Heels

Is anyone as obsessed with shoes as I am? I really love heels and I wear them most days and I am ecstatic that most heels I've seen recently have been coming in the sky-high height that I love. I really love heels that are 4+ inches. (I'm 5'5'', so why wear anything less?) and I've seen so many that I love recently that I must share!
 




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Sunday, 14 April 2013

How to Buy Sunglasses

Girl with pink zebra striped sunglassesSunglasses are a non-negotiable summer staple. They not only protect our eyes from damaging solar rays, but they make us look damn good doing it! They’re beautiful, functional, hide a multitude of sins, match your outfit and complement your features. What’s not to love about sunnies?
If you’re looking for a new pair of sunglasses for summer, here’s a handy guide to shopping for your perfect pair of shades – from the right frame shape for your face to the perfect color for you. I’ve also included some trendy and inexpensive sunglasses for each face shape.

The Best Sunglasses for Your Face Shape

The perfect pair of sunglasses will flatter your face shape and balance your natural features out. The basic rule for choosing a frame for your face is to look for one that will contrast with your face shape. If you aren’t sure what your face shape is, here’s a guide to determining your face shape.
If you already know your face shape, here are some tips to finding your perfect pair of sunglasses for each of the four basic face shapes.
* Oval Face
You have it the easiest when it comes to shopping for sunglasses – most frame shapes will work for you! Oval faces can handle round or square frames, oversized shades, aviators, and everything in between. Of course, depending on your individual features, certain styles might not work as well as others. Also, make sure to look for styles that are in proportion to your face and features – if you have small features and a small face, steer clear of the oversized sunglasses look (unless you’re specifically going for the “little girl in huge sunglasses” thing a la Mary-Kate Olsen).
Sunglasses for Oval Faces:
Sunglasses for an oval face shape
Clockwise from top left: Dior-Inspired Sunglasses – Bleudame, Kirra Sunglasses – Pacsun.com, Tortoise Sunglassess – Liz Claiborne, DVB Aviator-style Sunglasses – Asos
* Round Face
A circular face requires angular sunglasses to balance out the roundness. Straight lines are important, so look for square or rectangular frames if possible. Again, pay attention to proportions – if you have large features and a large face, don’t attempt tiny sunglasses as they will only make your face/features look distorted.
Sunglasses for Round Faces:
Sunglasses for a round face shape
Clockwise from top left: Kirra Truth-or-Dare 2 Sunglasses – Pacsun.com, Flat Top Wayfurther – TopShop, Fox Duncan Sunglasses – Pacsun.com, Grasshoper Sunglasses – Roxy
* Heart-Shaped Face
If you have a heart shaped face that’s wider at the top than at the bottom, look for sunglasses that echo this shape. The aviator is a perfect example of this. Aviator shades are super-flattering on heart-shaped faces. You can also get away with certain rounded and rectangular frames so long as the upper part of the frame is larger than the lower.
Sunglasses for Heart-Shaped Faces:
Sunglasses for a heart shaped face
Clockwise from top left: Neon “Wayfarers” – H&M, Kirra Thunder Sunglasses – Pacsun.com, Retro Plaid Print Sunglasses – GoJane, Butterfly Sunglasses – GoJane
* Square Face
Square faced girls should stick to curved sunglasses – they help soften your facial features and downplay your angular face shape. To draw attention away from a strong jawline, look for frames that sit slightly higher than usual on your face. This will help draw the eye up toward your eyes.
Sunglasses for Square Faces:
Sunglasses for square face shapes
Clockwise from top left: Jackie O Round Sunglasses – GirlProps, Angle Frame Sunglasses – GoJane, Kirra Oliver Zebra Sunglasses – Pacsun.com, EP ‘Activist’ Vintage Sunglasses – 80′s Purple

What color sunglasses should you choose?

Now that you know what shape of sunglasses to buy, what about color? Sunnies come in so many colors these days – it can be near impossible to choose just one! If you need some help, here are some tips to help you decide on the best color for you.
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* You can’t go wrong with basic black. Everyone should have at least one pair of gigantic black sunglasses for everyday wear – they’re so Breakfast at Tiffany’s. For extra movie-star appeal, make sure the lenses are as dark as possible.
* Pay attention to the colors you wear most often. You want your sunglasses to work with the majority of your clothes. Do you wear cool colors most often? If so, try to stay with cool colored sunglasses in shades like black, gray, blue, and silver. If you tend to wear warmer colors, look for brown, red, gold, or similar warm-toned sunglasses.
* Try to buy shades in one of the colors that flatters you most. Shades that flatter your skin and hair coloring will bring out your features and make you glow. Not sure which colors look best on you? See my article How to Find Your Perfect Colors.
* Have fun and experiment with cheap, colorful frames. Neon sunglasses are a huge trend for summer 2009, so I recommend having some fun and trying the trend out with some inexpensive frames. Sometimes it’s fun to wear ridiculously bright, cheap sunglasses. Keep the rest of your outfit simple & classy but go wild with your shades for a look that’s very modern and right-now.

A Final Tip

The most important thing to remember when shopping for sunglasses: try on as many pairs as you can! It’s fun to buy cheap ones online sometimes, but you should really go to a store and test them out in person. Each pair is different and will make your face look different. Experiment as much as possible ’til you find your perfect ones!
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