The Right Accessories for You
You like admiring other people's accessories --
but when it comes to choosing your own, you tend to be lazy. You've
got an eye for picking out accessories when you set out to do so,
but you'd much rather get it over and done with instead of indulging
in a big search. Very often, it's utility which tends to crowd other
factors out of your mind. And even when you've got a good collection,
you'd generally rather keep it that way instead of making accessories
a way of everyday life. It's a different matter though on weddings
and other big occasions.
A special tip: Cotton
bags would be better than leather ones, and leather would be better
than synthetic material.
Georgettes are for you, as are heavy silks, they'll
provide you with that extra zing and zest which can make all the
difference in the final analysis. Cottons, blended or pure, are
fine, but they'll tend to make your approach somewhat casual by
comparison. Plain colours will be more beneficial than prints, floral
or otherwise. And it's fabrics in navy blue, peacock blue, green
and orange which will bring you additional benefits. For special
occasions, handlooms or silks from Tamil Nadu should be the fabric
of your choice. If you can get fabrics from Tanjore in particular,
so much the better.
A special tip: Fabrics
which have small geometrical designs will be particularly useful
at important meetings.
Furniture that allows you to be as informal as
possible would make you feel comfortable. Specific form and line
appear to be less important than the overall appeal and utility.
Smaller pieces which can be moved around easily would be preferable
to heavy furniture. Cabinets, side tables, low centre tables would
provide you with the best articles of choice where your taste and
eye for beauty can come into play most forcefully. However, quite
often, others in the family would tend to disagree with your choice
of furniture -- even though they'd much rather you still made the
choice! Therefore, a round table conference on major buys would
A tip that won't give you regrets:
Durability should be as much a factor as aesthetic beauty when choosing