Thursday, May 17, 2012

The fly rod

If you are fishing using fly fishing technique, you should use a special rod that is fly rod. Fly rods there are 2, 3, 4, and even 5-section. In the performance, section of each rod is actually much less effect on the performance of the rod. It's just for practicality. The fishing gear consisting of 3 or 4 section is superior because it can be taken anywhere easily. Rod with section 3 or 4 is also very suitable for fishing small fish in freshwater. While the two-section rod is more fitting used in the estuary and saltwater fish where size and the power of tend to be larger. Based on the action of rod there are three types of action that is owned by a fly rod that is Slow, medium, and fast. Slow action rods will bend if hit by the load close to the fly reel. Rod of this type cannot be expected to produce a far distance casting. Then the medium action rod will bend in the middle of the rod. Fast action rods, if you get a load to be curved in a third of the rod tip. Fast action rod has a greater lifting power and casting distance. The beginners should choose a fast action rod for casting distance but easy to use. When buying a fly rod you must concern about the warranty offered by the manufacturer. Buy a cheap fishing rod may seem more economical but they are not. You should buy a rod from the leading manufacturers usually always offer a lifetime warranty. The price of fly rod that you want to buy you can customize according to your taste and ability. Purchase via online store it right solution. It could be good alternative brands such as sage fly rods are very easy to get there. Also high class brands such as hardy fly rods. Types of sage fly rods are recommended is one sage because the sage one is the "all-around" rod category, where precision casting accuracy is needed over a wide range of conditions

Friday, February 17, 2012

Hot Fashion Trends For Spring 2012

While we are still way into the middle of winter, bundled up in the thickest and warmest of coats, we may be thinking about the warmth and colorful promise of spring. As we are ushered into the new year, so are the upcoming fashion trends. Here are some of the hot fashion trends for spring of 2012.


1. Geometric Color Blocking

Color blocking has been really famous in 2011, and it's still going strong in 2012. However, we see a new twist into this trend by using different geometric patterns that make your outfits look more playful.

2. Print Overload

Prints will definitely make your outfit more interesting. Try mixing your solid colored clothes with printed pieces in order to give a more youthful and girly appearance. Remember that bigger prints make you look bigger. If you are a bit shorter in the height department (like me!), or a bit on the heavier side, going for more subtle prints is a safer alternative. If you are a bit adventurous with your style, then you can still experiment with different prints and textures.

3. Soft, Romantic Colors

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Try These Old Fashion Bread Recipes For Something Different - They Are Yummy!

I love breads of almost any kind. I especially enjoy going back to my old recipes from time to time. Try these for some delicious breads for your family and friends. The Chive Dinner Muffins are quick and easy using a baking mix and they are really good at dinner. Personally I love rye bread so this Swedish Rye Bread is right down my alley! It is a more traditional bread recipe which used yeast and does take more time than the chive muffins. The Sweet Potato Biscuits come with their own story. I will leave it to you to decide if you believe it or not!

Sunday, January 1, 2012

History Of Fashion Design

The realm of fashion design, by its sheer glamour and grace, has always been exciting and intriguing. When we talk of fashion design, it implies a form of art that incorporates the nuances of creating clothes and accessories.

The history of fashion design can be traced back to the beginning of the19th century when the designs were the product of the dresses worn in the royal courts. Eventually, Charles Frederick Worth, the first fashion designer, set up his first fashion house in Paris. His designs greatly influenced the people and they labeled them as the designs of the "House Of Worth." As a result, a designer became synonymous with a particular brand.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Cufflinks Are Back in Fashion

A sixteenth century fashion craze is in for a revival as cufflinks are back in fashion and they are trendier as ever. The 800 year old men's fashion accessory is gaining popularity today as fashion designers again incorporate cufflinks in their designs.

It has been said that the rising acclaim of cufflinks today have started with the allure of the movies. As celebrities' shows off their set of cufflinks, it added its mystique and charm which ushered the reappearance of cufflinks in modern fashion wear. As we are fully aware of the enormous fad setters celebrities can be, cufflinks may become another worldwide fashion success.

What Are Cufflinks?

Cufflinks are accessories used to fasten together the two sides of a cuff, on men or women's sleeve. Though cufflinks has been initially worn by men, today's trends made it necessary for women's wear also. Cufflinks are normally detached fasteners that are used to give decoration and serves to fasten the cuffs. It is normally worn of special occasions where in formal attire is required, but as today's fashion evolves, cufflinks are beginning to be used in everyday activities, making it more flexible and appealing.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Indian Fashion Industry

With the end of the 20th century came the end of all hype which has created a more practical and pragmatic environment and has given a more stable picture of the fashion business.
In the 50s, 60s and 70s, the Indian fashion scenario wasn't exactly colorless. It was exciting, stylish and very graceful. There were no designers, models, star or fashion design labels that the country could show off. The value of a garment was judged by its style and fabric and not by who made it.

It was regarded as ever so chic and fashionable to approach any unfamiliar tailor, who could make a garment for a few rupees, providing the perfect fit, finish and style. The high society lady, who wore it, was proud for getting a good bargain and for giving her name to the end result.

In 60s, tight 'kurtas', 'churidars' and high coiffures were a trend among ladies. It was an era full of naughtiness and celebration in arts and music and cinema, manifested by liberation from restriction and acceptance of new types of materials such as plastic film and coated polyester fabric.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Winter Fashion Tips for Woman

Winter can be one of the hardest months on woman's fashion. Sadly, not everything that is cute and fashionable is going to be worth wearing in winter! Mainly because you are going to be freezing, but thankfully there are plenty of options for a girl who wants to be stylish and warm at the same time! Just follow these tips and we're sure you will have the time of your life at your next party!

Tip #1: Wear a Coat!

I know this might seem silly, but coats have a few unique properties that are going to make your life a lot easier! For one, they are really warm. A long coat can keep you covered, and look stylish while you are waiting to get into a place that has some heating. Once you are in doors you can easily just take the coat off, and you can reveal that cute fashionable bandage dress that you've been hiding all night.

Tip #2: Wear a Cute Hat!

While a cute hat might not match that bandage dress that your concealing under your coat, it will match the coat. A hat is going to keep your head warm, and that is one of the worst places that woman ignore. We realize that you do not want to mess up the sleek sexy hair that you have going on, but you need to cover up. Once you are indoors you can take off the hat with the coat!