The Lifestyle Portal explores oxolloxo.com for mums to pick up affordable fashion wear for their little kids age 2 - 4 years; take a look.
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The Lifestyle Portal took a virtual stroll through Limeroad.com & here’s what we picked that would be apt for the monsoons.
Oxolloxo - Wear the World at affordable pricing; find fashion and designs that are inspired from across the globe.
With Myntra going totally mobile imagine how different our lives would be? Yes it is definitely a big shift from the comfort of online browsing to your hand held device – because now Myntra gets #ItsPersonal and goes one step further to be your fashion companion. While
It is the start of the New Year and we begin with celebrating our Republic Day on 26th of January. It is not just a government holiday; but a very special day that reminds us of our strengths, achievements and our growth as a nation. We celebrate
Capture those special moments in these designer photo frames today. Available in gorgeous colour combinations, these designer photo frames are ideal for a wedding, anniversary or a house warming gift.
The Lifestyle Portal is a big fan of everything handmade and of talented people who create magic with mundane objects in life. While surfing through the social networking sites on a boring Monday, we spotted an indigo coloured owl (yes, we’re very fond of owl and elephant
We always tend to concentrate on the right kind of footwear leaving the humble socks way behind. I fondly remember shopping at my favourite Sarojini Nagar Market in Delhi where I would pick up some of the coolest pairs of socks that complimented my shoes during winters.
India is a land of colours; go to any part of the country and you will be welcomed with a variety each with a unique characteristic. From Rajasthan where the bright hues of the traditional wear stand out brilliantly against the desert sand, to Kerala where the
When was the last time you visited a mela? A mela has a very unique and a novel concept about it, it has a sense of character. This was where artisans, craftsmen, musicians brought their wares be it art, pottery, clothing, food or even the local dance form