Fashion, Prattle, Styling

Hero No. 1 – Picture Ke Kapde = Trending Looks

Hey y’all!

If you’re here on this post, I’m guessing you’ve already watched the fashion movie review of Hero No. 1 now on my Youtube channel or on my Facebook page. If you haven’t yet watched it, I shall link the super short, 6 min video here for you, as a preview to this post. Enjoy!

Now. Let’s begin our trend hunting, shall we? In this post you can find all the twelve looks reviewed in the video along with their links. I apologise for the poor resolution of the screengrabs of the looks from the movie, but the original movie on YouTube had poor resolutions as well so…

Anyway, click on the links below each look to get your favourite trending item!

Look 1.

Denim Skirt

Lavendar Shirt

Heels

Earrings

Look 2.

Shirt

Trousers

Waistcoat

Beret

Look 3.

Skirt

Crop top

Necklace

Look 4.

Skirt

Top

Look 5.

T-shirt 

Skirt

Look 6.

Dress

Top

Look 7.

Striped top

Turtleneck

Trousers

Overcoat

Look 8.

Top

Skirt

Vest

Look 9.

Top

Skirt

Look 10.

Top

High-waisted shorts

Look 11.

Dress

Boots

Look 12.

Floral Top

Skirt

White crop top

So that’s the 12 best looks from Hero No. 1! Which one was your favourite? Also, if any of them don’t work, let know and I shall edit them for you!

Mosh. x

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4 Marketing Lessons To Learn From The Evolution Of #RedCarpet Events

ATTN: Brands, Event Companies, PR Agencies…

The discussion in this article started as a fan-girling session with a friend of mine on Instagram during CFDA 2017 and Bulgari party in Venice, since Bella Hadid was matching with the backdrop of such events, making the images look like they’re straight out of a magazine. But the more I thought about it, the more it seemed like PR events have improved quite a lot in the last decade, and I decided to decode every improvement I could notice.

Most importantly, I noticed 4 things PR companies and brands have been doing differently during the last decade, and they are:

1. Lighting matters.

It’s not right, without light.

Although Rihanna and Mary-Kate Olsen’s style has only aged like fine wine during the last decade, the images from MET Gala 2007 are just horrible. Poor lighting, (shudder-worthy) flash photography, and god bless your PR team if they made you wear black back then like they did with Mary-Kate, because we mortal souls can’t see shit. RiRi was a lucky gal she wore white, but I can’t make out what’s going on with her hair.

Source: Getty Images

Present day: TADA! Bright carpeting, beautiful lighting even though everyone is still using flash photography, but at least I can see what’s going on with RiRi’s CDG look and Liu Wen’s Off-White look.

Lesson: LIGHT IT UP!

Source: Getty Images

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15 Fantastic Things I Understand As I Turn 25

I read this article shortly before writing this post, which I found to be 100% relatable, but it so happens, that with every point, my mind just wandered and before I knew it, there were essays forming in my head about each point. Read on, because I think a lot of you might agree…

1. I find that the only drama in my life is on television.

There are a lot of toxic, dramatic and negative people in the world. I find their insatiable need to have drama, heartbreaks, and quarrels, extremely draining. It’s been a while since I realized that I really don’t have time for all that and I have cut them out of my life. The only drama that is in my life now is on TV while I am having dinner.

2. I’m great with change.

Nothing is ever set in stone and I’m totally okay with it. Growth and change go hand-in-hand after all.

“We all have changed our minds on who we want to be, what we want to do, what we want to look like and where we want to live. Someone once said “life is not about finding yourself, it is about creating yourself.” There is no set road map to my life and I have gotten over that.”

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Demons In The Head

It starts with an increasing sensitivity to the slightest of criticisms. Gradually, these criticisms sink in, deeper into the skin, till they become a part of your identity, taking the shape of insecurities. Then, enter the vicious circle, where with every insecurity forming, more criticisms are taken to heart, and who you are becomes more distorted, more deformed. Every slight, every insult stays right there in your skin like scars; never fading, always ugly.

They don’t go away, when you try to get rid of them.

They won’t go away.

Unless someone else intervenes, and makes you believe in your beautiful self again; that you can shed this skin so full of scars.

Life, at it’s happiest, is about how many accolades you have accumulated, how many friends you have (and trust), how much wealth you have, how you have made someone else believe and love themselves.

Life, at it’s worst, is this – all of your peaks of successes have turned to invisible dust; friends who try to love you but have stopped understanding you; wealth doesn’t seem to matter; nobody, and least of all, you cease to believe in yourself.

That’s what you’re really left with at the end of your worst day.

So, don’t assume someone had it easy in their life. Maybe that was true, once upon a time, when happiness blinded them.

Life’s become about battling your demons every day, going to bed feeling relieved they haven’t taken control over you and your everyday actions.

Today, there are flowers on the head, and demons in the head.

#WIP.

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Mosh Book Review – The Secret Of The Druids

The Secret Of The Druids by Christopher C. Doyle

The Secret Of The Druids by Christopher C. Doyle

I had to pick this up. After having read his previous books (with the exception of The Mahabharata Secret), once I pick up a book series, I have to know how it goes on. Here’s a snippet of the review, mainly discussing the plot, writing style and characters, my overall opinion and especially recommended age. The actual review is here on my goodreads account along with other books’ reviews.

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Mosh Book Review – A Secret Revealed

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A Secret Revealed by Christopher C. Doyle

Hey y’all!

The last time I wrote on my blog, it was a review of The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret, and this time round, I’m here with a short review of the shortest read of my life A Secret Revealed. The book took a total of 35 mins of my time reading the front page, back page, and the contents.

A recommended read for those who like to drift away to the land of fantasy and mystery, continue to read my full review below.

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Mosh Book Review – The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret

The Alexander Secret

The Mahabharata Secret: The Alexander Secret by Christopher C. Doyle

Hey y’all!

I have a confession: I don’t like being an insomniac, and I try very hard to go to bed on time. Reading helps (sometimes only, because there have been situations when I’ve been unable to put down a book).

So here’s a book I picked up at an airport during my recent travels and luckily the book, The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret, did not let me get bored. Here’s a snippet of review, mainly discussing the plot, writing style and characters, my overall opinion and especially recommended age. The actual review is here on my goodreads account along with other books’ reviews.

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