Hello Winter! Have been waiting for the breezes this year? Here’s a little something for cold conditions in hot fashion! Winter array is a lot more expensive than summer duds, and maybe especially in the city of Mumbai. High quality Jackets and pricey leather takes a lot from your wallet, but this cannot be necessarily true when you know how to wear it well in this glorious weather which the city is known to literally celebrate. Enough heat to warm the body and cool breezes to soothe it; is Just how this season is going to be.
With new fabrics and insulations constantly making apparel warmer, ore breathable and more waterproof; styling has seemed to change this season. In this post, we’ve listed down some items that you can choose to splurge on and save on this season while putting together your winter wardrobe. Must-haves: 1 . Cashmere sweater – They are absolutely chic and go with pants, skirts, and look lovely on trousers for formal wear. 2. Long sleeve t-shirt – These deserve the highest points on the must-have list, since the kind of weather we bear is absolutely made for t-shirt sleeves and nothing else.
No Jackets or layers are required if you have a long sleeve for a casual outing whilst ou sip your cocoa. Maroon and orange are hot favorites. 3. Cardigan – Printed thin Jacket like layer which makes you cozy on a winter afternoon is a cardigan which is the simplest technique to style any dress. Wear it over tank tops or completely buttoned down itself, it will look equally adorable. Graphic and geometric prints are very in under this category. 4. Printed scarf – What a waste of an apparel if you don’t have anything to adorn it with around your neck. With newer ways of wearing scarves, this piece of cloth in grabbing maximum eyeballs.
Wear it on your long sleeves like a turtle neck, under our Jacket or cardigan or even under leather, they look absolutely elegant. Solid colour, polka or floral – all take away the cake. Big no-no’s for the season are – Deep cleavages, halter necks, complete sheer and spaghetti straps (they give out too much when not required). On days when it is pleasant; a pair of shorts teamed up with a sweater, ugg or timberland boots will go very well as an ensemble. Maybe I’m stating the obvious – wearing fur in Mumbai weather is next to impossible but you can always choose to accessorize with fur using a head gear or fur scarves.
I don’t say you eradicate flip-flops absolutely from your closet, but avoiding it should be the first step. Clogs, oxfords and ankle or knee high boots are great picks as they suit the weather, keep the feet warm, are breathable and let’s face it – they look gorgeous. It’s time to take long sleeves out from your closet which were hiding until the October heat, head for maxis and palazzos which are absolutely on the radar now. A mixed fabric of leather is readily available now in the form of corsets and pants which shall be used for party and formal wear and is absolutely new this year.
Brown is becoming the new black with the intrusion of leather in couture now. A final checklist for the forthcoming Winter season – Cashmere sweater Cardigan Long sleeve t-shirt/ button down shirt Scarves Leather – bag, Jacket, pants Maxis/ palazzos Oxford shoes/ankle high boots Head band/ watch caps/ headgear made of fur Somewhere between Jackets and sleeves, layers and scarves, wool and hats, leather and boots; is something absolutely peaceful and beautiful about this season. It is time for us to get ready for hoodies and chilly nights!
3 writing questions
What do we know about visual perception in infancy?Describe the development of visual acuity in infants. What are some considerations regarding accommodation, convergence and coordination? What about the development of color vision? Describe the physical characteristics of stimuli that are important for infant visual processing and preference. Finally, describe the development of face processing.
What are the methodologies used to assess infant perception?
Have you heard about infant sucking? They do it in really interesting ways in response to stimuli in their environments! How does infant sucking provide insight into early infant perception? Describe, in contrast, what the visual preference paradigm is. How is it the same or different than the sucking paradigm? Finally, describe the Habituation/Dishabituation paradigm. How is this different from the preference paradigm?
What is the process of auditory development in infancy?Describe the kinds of biases that infants have for particular auditory stimuli. What is required for infants to be interested (i.e., allocate attention) in a sound? What is the role of stimulus complexity in infant auditory preferences? Now, explain what we know about infant preferences for speech sounds (beyond what we see in the picture ;)).