Magazine Review | The Juice, November 2015

After I met Mahima few days back, she made me realize that off late I have started to give my looks much needed attention. It is true and I am glad.

So this certainly means inspiring myself with some good looking ensemble. And this magazine is just the right thing. Too many options, latest trends, affordable and easy to order. After all it is on Jabong.com. Oh yes, and the Juice is available here or also at your magazine apps like Magzter. Free of cost.

The November issue is certainly amazing. This has this wonderful section about draping the nine yards in completely innovative and amazing manner. And it certainly inspired me to create a look myself by using the most elegant and beautiful piece of Indian clothing - the saree.



So this one inspired me to create my own look.


And this is what I created. The full article can be read here. I have never been this excited to drape a saree as I was this time!


When you flip through the pages (oh yes, I am usually reading the hard copies of books and magazines, that is my thing) or scroll down through the pages, you will realize that the saree is probably the most vibrant thing that has ever been weaved.

That is not all, this month's issue also covers the most favourite topic of mine - wedding. I am such a huge wedding fan that I can talk about it all the time. I don't know I am just overwhelmed by the thought of celebrating love with so much glamour and vibrancy.



No one would have covered the this topic as nicely and crisply(unless a wedding magazine itself) like Juice has done this month! From the invites to the decor to the photographers to the trousseau to the cakes, it has taken care of everything, keeping in mind the Indian families and tastes.

Weddings always keep me in awe. Their detailed descriptions and tips have certainly made me feel even better about weddings now. And look, this is something that one can always keep for reference. A timeline to make sure you are right on time. And the timeline is just there for every li'l or huge event.

Just sharing the one of many!
And the by the way section of this issue, fashion #nowtrending, has got something really catchy this time.



One is the amazing ways to team up ethnic in  li'l less conventional ways. This had to catch my attention given my love for Indian ethnic. And second is the fashion challenge. You will find the the combinations which probably you might not even imagine being done and pulled off amazingly. And trust me, I think if done right, these combinations can be carried pretty nicely!



I think I have spoken enough, there are way too many sections to explore. May be just have a look

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