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Dressydale in this coming Monsoon
looks as if it will rain soon but you must go out. In a situation like
this choosing the attire appropriate for the rain would be wise. Dressydale
introduced special clothes keeping in mind of the consumers' special
needs in the rainy season which is about to start. Dressydale's designers
emphasized the image of rain with simplicity in their collection.
Anjan's summer collection
Like every year, Anjan has bought out their summer fashion collection giving extra preference to comfortable cotton wears. Block print, embroidery and appliqué rule this collection. Short kameez is prevalent in the collection. Light colour goes perfectly with summer so they used white, pink, lemon, blue or biscuit. The prices of three-piece ranges from Tk925 to Tk1850. Tangail sarees with block, embroidery and hand paint cost from Tk725 to Tk1050 and Rajshahi silk costs from Tk2250 to Tk2850.
Surf excel's new weekly pack
A modern homemaker always plans one week ahead. She (or he) keeps in mind the expenses of each week. Surf excel introduces new weekly pack in an effort to help these extra careful homemakers. There will be 7 mini packs in this new edition, each consisting of 20 grams of detergent. The pack costs Tk20. A special attraction of the weekly pack is that using the mini pack means surf excel is fresh and dry all through the week.
Beat the heat and learn to swim
city has very limited options for those who are interested in fitness
programs. A hot humid summer is making life miserable. In this sizzling
weather, any sort of exercise sounds scary. However limited the options
might be, or however fierce the sun may seem, there are still some activities
going on that might come in handy for those people.
A true taste of Asia
Miah, a successful restaurateur, charity worker, author of many recipe
books, chef responsible for the World's Biggest Curry (Guinness Book
of Records), organiser of the Bangladesh Festival of Food and Culture
at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, originator of the Bengal Tiger Spicy
Mango Chutney, and founder of the International Indian Chef of the Year
Competition will now be giving recipes to Star Lifestyle readers with
emphasis upon simplicity. His are recipes any cook can be confident
of producing at home using his suggested simple step by step technique.
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