The Right Accessories for You
You love choosing accessories, both expensive ones
and inexpensive ones, both big and small. In jewellery, necklaces
and bracelets would bring you luck. In chappals and shoes, it's
delicate designs which would complement your personality. In handbags
or wallets, you can afford to go in for the more striking ones.
Strangely, no matter how bright your colours or how unusual or even
garish the design (not that you prefer garishness), the strength
of your personality would enable you to carry anything off and give
it a special look.
A special tip: The more
expensive looking it is, the more advantages it'll bring you.
For you, the richer the fabric is in texture and
the more expensive it is, the better the outcome. Wearing rich fabrics
will tend to make you think big and take all the right steps to
move up the ladder of success. Generally, the more elaborate the
weave, the more benefits there will be for you. Jamdani, for example,
is your kind of weave as is tanchoi and patola, particularly the
ones made in Pattan in Gujarat. For social occasions, fabrics with
floral motifs would highlight many of your impressive personality
traits, while a plain but richly coloured, deep bued fabric would
bring you gains in the professional and business spheres.
A special tip: If it's
a win or lose situation, wear non-mulberry silks, such as the ones
Even if its old style furniture, you'd somehow
prefer it to be different. You kind of furniture must be the sort
with which you can relate. ``This piece, you know, we got the wood
from there, we arranged for such and such carpenter, this is how
we decided on the design...'' or ``We saw this at the Cottage Industries
Emporium'' sort of thing. Old or new, your furniture must have a
history or reference you can narrate. While you yourself need to
take pride in your furniture, you want others to notice it too.
And somewhere, it matters to you that your tastes shouldn't be classed
as old fashioned. You'd be quite willing to spend quite a bit on
A tip that won't give you regrets:
Go through a whole lot of suitable magazines or catalogues before
choosing your furniture .