How to Get a Proper Fitting in Women’s Indian Apparel

Many a times while surfing through a web store, particular Indian apparel catches your attention and would like to have it but with few changes. In the fashion parlance it is called customized especially proper fitted for you.A proper fitting is very important in any apparel. An apparel fitting actually very important for any person to look perfect. Most of the Indian apparels are custom made and its must that the measurements taken should be exact. But there are some doubts about taking measurements so as to get a proper fitting women’s Indian apparel.But if the dimensions are noted correctly you can get a proper fitting women’s Indian apparel. Unlike western wear, Indian apparels beauty lies in its fitting to a great extent, you may possess the finest women Indian apparel but the fitting is not proper it will loose all its uniqueness. Hence How to get a proper fitting women’s Indian apparel the secret lies in taking right measurement.It is advisable to have some measure you for getting proper fitting women’s Indian. Here are the tips and tricks on how to get the measurements for proper fitting.How To MeasureDon’t take measurements yourself! It is recommended that you have someone help you.While measuring pay attention to these tips: Wear your normal under garments a good fitting brassier, your bare feet, with your normal posture. Put on a necklace to find the base of your neck at the back.Locating the correct waistline is the main problem area of measuring problems. The waistline should be located where your body creases when you bend over slightly forward or where you like to wear your waistbands. Comfortably some like it high some wear it lowHEADMeasure the head tape around the browsBUSTMeasure around the fullest part of the breast and ensure that you are wearing brassier of good fit Also lean forward and let your friend fasten the brassier this way the breast falls in proper shape enhancing the fit Keep the measuring parallel to the floorWAISTMeasure around the natural waistline bend on to one side to check your natural waistlineHIPSMeasure around the buttocks 8″ below the waist legs slightly apartLENGTH of TOP/KURTA/Measure from the nape of the neck (for back)Measure from center of shoulder (for front)SKIRT LENGTH/SALWAR LENGTHMeasure from waistline to required length. Here it is important to keep allowance incase you wear high heeled footwearPoints to keep in mind while taking Fitting:1. Measure bust waist hips in correct way and keep noting the dimensions2. Choose the Indian Apparel to be fitted wear it sit on a chair and check the areas where fitting is required3. Wear the Indian Apparel and move you arms up to se if there is any pull and also hug yourself to check the armhole fitting4. If in family way go in for a slightly looser fit so that the Indian Apparel can be used in future Months as well5. Try and have measurements taken by someone else and measure on a body with undergarments only6. Incase of trousers measure the inseam of a trouser that fits u best measure from crotch seam to the hemlineThis is the way to Perfect fitting Indian Apparel.Knowing the importance of measurements, lots of online apparel stores are coming up with tailor made apparels and providing lot of information on how to exactly take the measurements. http://www.utsavsarees.com is also one of such online store which also offers the custom made Indian apparel. The site also helps u in taking proper measurements and perfect fitting.

US Markets in green on Friday; Dow 30 up over 345 points, Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500 up nearly 1%

US Markets were trading in the green on Friday with Dow 30 trading at 30,678.80, up by 1.14%. While S&P 500 was trading at 3,701.66, up by 0.98% and Nasdaq Composite 10,690.60 was also up by 0.71 per cent

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US Markets in green on Friday; Dow 30 up over 345 points, Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500 up nearly 1%
Earlier today, Indian stock markets ended the week on a winning note. It was the sixth straight gains for equity markets. Source: Reuters
US Markets were trading in the green on Friday with Dow 30 trading at 30,678.80, up by 345.25 points or1.14 per cent. While S&P 500 was trading at 3,701.66, up by 35.88 points or 0.98 per cent and Nasdaq Composite 10,690.60 was also up 75.75 points or 0.71 per cent. A Reuters report said that today’s strength was on the back of a report which said the Federal Reserve will likely debate on signaling plans for a smaller interest rate hike in December, reversing declines set off by social media firms after Snap Inc’s ad warning.

Source: Comex

Nasdaq Top Gainers and Losers

Source: Nasdaq

Earlier today, Indian stock markets ended the week on a winning note. It was the sixth straight gains for equity markets. The BSE Sensex ended at 59,307.15, up by 104.25 points or 0.18 per cent from the Thursday closing level. Meanwhile, the Nifty50 index closed at 17,590.00, higher by 26.05 points or 0.15 per cent. In the 30-share Sensex, 13 stocks gained while the remaining 17 ended on the losing side. In the 50-stock Nifty50, 21 stocks advanced while 29 declined.

What Are The Greatest Changes In Shopping In Your Lifetime

What are the greatest changes in shopping in your lifetime? So asked my 9 year old grandson.

As I thought of the question the local Green Grocer came to mind. Because that is what the greatest change in shopping in my lifetime is.

That was the first place to start with the question of what are the greatest changes in shopping in your lifetime.

Our local green grocer was the most important change in shopping in my lifetime. Beside him was our butcher, a hairdresser and a chemist.

Looking back, we were well catered for as we had quite a few in our suburb. And yes, the greatest changes in shopping in my lifetime were with the small family owned businesses.

Entertainment While Shopping Has Changed
Buying butter was an entertainment in itself.
My sister and I often had to go to a favourite family grocer close by. We were always polite as we asked for a pound or two of butter and other small items.

Out came a big block of wet butter wrapped in grease-proof paper. Brought from the back of the shop, placed on a huge counter top and included two grooved pates.

That was a big change in our shopping in my lifetime… you don’t come across butter bashing nowadays.

Our old friendly Mr. Mahon with the moustache, would cut a square of butter. Lift it to another piece of greaseproof paper with his pates. On it went to the weighing scales, a bit sliced off or added here and there.

Our old grocer would then bash it with gusto, turning it over and over. Upside down and sideways it went, so that it had grooves from the pates, splashes going everywhere, including our faces.

My sister and I thought this was great fun and it always cracked us up. We loved it, as we loved Mahon’s, on the corner, our very favourite grocery shop.

Grocery Shopping
Further afield, we often had to go to another of my mother’s favourite, not so local, green grocer’s. Mr. McKessie, ( spelt phonetically) would take our list, gather the groceries and put them all in a big cardboard box.

And because we were good customers he always delivered them to our house free of charge. But he wasn’t nearly as much fun as old Mr. Mahon. Even so, he was a nice man.

All Things Fresh
So there were very many common services such as home deliveries like:

• Farm eggs

• Fresh vegetables

• Cow’s milk

• Freshly baked bread

• Coal for our open fires

Delivery Services
A man used to come to our house a couple of times a week with farm fresh eggs.

Another used to come every day with fresh vegetables, although my father loved growing his own.

Our milk, topped with beautiful cream, was delivered to our doorstep every single morning.

Unbelievably, come think of it now, our bread came to us in a huge van driven by our “bread-man” named Jerry who became a family friend.

My parents always invited Jerry and his wife to their parties, and there were many during the summer months. Kids and adults all thoroughly enjoyed these times. Alcohol was never included, my parents were teetotallers. Lemonade was a treat, with home made sandwiches and cakes.

The coal-man was another who delivered bags of coal for our open fires. I can still see his sooty face under his tweed cap but I can’t remember his name. We knew them all by name but most of them escape me now.

Mr. Higgins, a service man from the Hoover Company always came to our house to replace our old vacuum cleaner with an updated model.

Our insurance company even sent a man to collect the weekly premium.

People then only paid for their shopping with cash. This in itself has been a huge change in shopping in my lifetime.

In some department stores there was a system whereby the money from the cash registers was transported in a small cylinder on a moving wire track to the central office.

Some Of The Bigger Changes
Some of the bigger changes in shopping were the opening of supermarkets.

• Supermarkets replaced many individual smaller grocery shops. Cash and bank cheques have given way to credit and key cards.

• Internet shopping… the latest trend, but in many minds, doing more harm, to book shops.

• Not many written shopping lists, because mobile phones have taken over.

On a more optimistic note, I hear that book shops are popular again after a decline.

Personal Service Has Most Definitely Changed
So, no one really has to leave home, to purchase almost anything, technology makes it so easy to do online.
And we have a much bigger range of products now, to choose from, and credit cards have given us the greatest ease of payment.

We have longer shopping hours, and weekend shopping. But we have lost the personal service that we oldies had taken for granted and also appreciated.

Because of their frenetic lifestyles, I have heard people say they find shopping very stressful, that is grocery shopping. I’m sure it is when you have to dash home and cook dinner after a days work. I often think there has to be a better, less stressful way.

My mother had the best of both worlds, in the services she had at her disposal. With a full time job looking after 9 people, 7 children plus her and my dad, she was very lucky. Lucky too that she did not have 2 jobs.