It is said that the white color has been a symbol of purity and happiness. It is considered as the symbol of virginity also in some communities. White color is the symbol of being untainted by the world. White dress is the regal and decent choice. It is found in the wardrobe of every girl. When our business opened its doors as a special event clothing boutique for children, flower girl dresses were comparable to christening gowns. Most were very traditional and very white. The white flower dress was available for purchase with an attached white sash, white lace, and perhaps white floral accents. This was more than 10 years ago. Today, almost every style of white flower dresses we offer has options to consider. Sashes are no longer sewn into the waistline of the dress; they now slip through loops at the waist on either side. Sashes are easily removed and replaced with a rainbow selection of colored sashes. White satin dress with embroidery & removable sleeves is also in good demand because it suites to the girls of all age groups. Elegant white satin dresses have embroidered organza over the entire bodice. Sheer straps accent on both the sides with pearls strands. Sleeves are 3/4 length with bell style till the elbow. Matching lace work is done throughout the skirt. It is an elegant, versatile and traditional dress that goes from tradition to contemporary. This change can be induced just by removing the sleeves. These are designed with ankle to floor length styles.
Fashion does not have any age, time or span; it cannot be limited to any specific kind. Fashion has spread across in every possible aspect of our life. Be it clothes, accessories, make-up, lifestyle commodities or hair it is an icon which reflects one’s choice and attitude. Fashion Hairstyles has recently emerged as an evolution to set up a new era or Oomph and wimps. It has stepped in as a very important step to make an individual complete and stand out. You rarely see gray hair any longer on ladies above 50 like seeing elderly women donning prom dresses. Everyone is a lustrous and shimmering brunette or brunette, at any age. The thing is, you will find few proud superstar representatives for natural hair fashion for all those much older than stepping into old age. Of course, there is Helen Mirren, or Meryl Streep. But they are just two well-admired superstars, that people often sideline what they’re doing as high society rebellion. For some ladies, to go about having gray hair is a lot like putting on a sandwich board which says they’re over the hill, past a good future, past romance. Hair colors are bold this season but tonal, creating dimension within the shape of the cut, which can be subtle or creative. Hot, versatile colors this season include golds, blondes, chestnuts, and caramels. Find a creative colorist who will work with your skin tones and lifestyle.
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Mardan is a city and headquarters of Mardan District in the Khyber pukhtoonkhwa Province, Pukhtunkhwa of Pakistan, Headquarter of Yousafzai tribe,the second largest populated city of NWFP. It is located at 34°12’0N 72°1’60E with an altitude of 283 metres lying the south-west of the district. Most of its land is agricultural. It has one of the world’s best irrigation systems, which was laid down by the British government during British Rule of the subcontinent (1857–1947). It was part of the ancientn Gandhara Civilizatio. There are still remains of the Gandhara Civilization, scattered in different areas of Mardan.
The sender and writer of this article is Nadia from Mardan. Nadia is the doing bachelors of Science from Khyber college Mardan.
Mayoon or mayun, is celebrated at the bride’s house. Usually the bride’s friends and close relatives get together at her house and they dance and sing, often accompanied by drum music. Generally the bride’s family give bangles and sometimes clothes to her friends, depending on what the family can afford. The evening also usually includes a henna where the women decorate each others’ hands with Henna. The mayoon can last up to late night. The bride usually wears a simple yellow Shalwar Qameez. Traditionally, Mayun meant the custom of the bride entering into the state of seclusion eight to fifteen days before the wedding. She is made free of all the chores and errands during this time. However, since most women work in present times, Mayun has been reduced to a single night celebration of singing, dancing and applying Ubtan to the bride. The bride and groom are not allowed to see each other after the Mayun begins.
The beautification rituals begin during this time, such as the application of Ubtan. Ubtan is a paste made from turmeric, sandalwood powder, herbs and aromatic oils, which groom’s mother brings for bride. She blesses bride and applies “ubtan’ to the bride’s hands and face. Groom’s sister also does the same, and a thick string called a “gana” ( Bangles made of Flowers) is tied to the bride’s arm. “Ubtan” is applied to the bride’s skin each day leading up to the wedding. It was supposed to encourage a glowing, fresh complexion for the wedding day.
Shehla (standing right) has emailed this article from Karachi. Shehla is doing masters in social sciences from Quaid e Azam University. Shehla tells us, In Pakistan, as elsewhere in the east, people have a knack of highlighting the significance of an occasion with a particular custom. Life among traditionalists, in fact, can be one long, colorful ritual.