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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Cream of the crop

1/25/2017 0 Comments
Hello peeps!

What are your thoughts on wearing a crop top? Too much belly fat? Too shy to expose your tummy? Well, I think crop tops are for everyone! It is very hard to maintain a flat stomach, but how about some hacks that you could use to flaunt your curves in those super cute crop tops that you keep seeing everywhere?

Well, for starters, I picked this geometric print crop top and this asymmetric skirt from Zaful, a paradise for fashion lovers and it's affordable, reasonable and adorable! Do make sure you check out what they have! I teamed it up with some bling flats and bling chunky earrings.

Hack # 1: Always make sure your crop top is flowy at the bottom! You could get one size bigger as well. This will make your waist area look narrower than it is.

Hack # 2: Team up your crop top with high waist bottoms. If you can see here, my skirt is less than an inch below my belly button. This will make sure that all your fat is covered.

Hack # 3: Pick crop tops with bright, loud colors and prints. This will shift the focus from your belly.

Wear your crop top with oomph and confidence! Your outfit looks much better if you confidently pull it off!











I hope these hacks were useful. Do try them out!

Love,
Hand On The Hip

Thursday, 12 January 2017

Back to basics!

1/12/2017 1 Comments
Hey there!

Are you one of those people who's always running late? Do you have to get up one hour earlier than scheduled just to do your make-up? It's nice to be always made up and well dressed, but sometimes I love keeping it basic! Today's post is going to be all about how I sometimes like to zone out and just be free!

I wore this basic white tee with distressed denims and flip flops - all from Max! I like how inexpensive things are at Max and they never compromise on style!

What's amazing about a basic white tee is that you can wear it with practically anything! I picked up these multicolored flip-flops from Max just so that I can add some color to my otherwise plain outfit.












I don't think fashion or style should be forced. It should come from within. It is an expression. And you need to define your style! If you are not comfortable wearing something, then you shouldn't! There are other ways to look stylish! Always make sure that you wear what you like best and pull it off like a boss! :)

Love,
Hand On The Hip

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Egészségedre!

1/05/2017 0 Comments
Hallo!

Happy new year! :D I hope this year brings a lot of joy and love in everyone's lives! But first, let me rewind a little and go back in time when I went on this super amazing Euro Trip a few months ago. So from the last post, you guys know that I went to Prague, Munich and Salzburg. Our next stop was Budapest, Hungary! We had been eagerly waiting for this part of the trip!



So we took a train to Vienna which cost us around 10 Euros and then a bus to Budapest from Vienna which was another 10-20 Euros. We were exhausted to an extent that we could just doze off in seconds even when it was minus ten degrees!

As soon as we reached Budapest, we rushed to our hostel (which was a party hostel, so yay!) called Carpe Noctem Vitae. The hostel looked rather colorful and as we exchanged our Euros and got some Hungarian Forints, we were shocked to see how inexpensive things were. We spent around 16-20 Euros for 2 days.

On the first day, we walked around the city and went for a guided city tour. We learnt a couple of things about the Hungarian culture, the food they eat and this interesting drink called Palinkak that they consume, walked around the old town and learnt about the architecture of St. Stephen's Basilica. After the tour, we went for this famous bath where the water was between 30 to 40 degrees. We spent about 4000 Forints (approx. 8-10 Euros) and it was worth every penny! We got back to the hostel and joined the rest of the hostelites for a bar crawl and it was an amazing experience! We must have spent around 10 Euros.








I wore a comfortable denim dress during the day and a blue top from Dressberry and my ripped jeans from Max for the bar crawl. But my jacket was constantly on! :D








So another 40-50 Euros and we had a great time in Budapest!

Love,
Hand On The Hip