, you took an already out of shape car and got so much stickering done on it that it looks like these local rick-wallahs with their hideous "iv-got-it-all-from-V-to-R-in-VIBGYOR" stickers on their ricks.
01.For starters, please please please remove all the vinyl stickers on the body including those from the wheel caps for starters.
02. Retain the vinyl on the roof if you please.
03. If you are so keen on adding some more vinyls, then go in for the carbon-fibre replica vinyls and cover the hood with it comepletely. Seeing that the stock color is white, those vinyls would blend in with the ones which you have on the roof presuming that you will not be removing them.
04. Upsize your tyres to 205/15 and try to obtain a set of alloys with minimal no.of spokes. Alloys with too many spokes look rather ugly on the curvalicious Dzire. So a decent set of alloys with minimal spokes would rather give it a muscular image.
05. Remove the spoiler (read cloth hanger) you have added on to your boot. Dzire definitely cannot pull of such spoilers and the stock body is rather curvy in design as I mentioned earlier.
06.Any future body mods have to be done with subtlety and always try to retain the original aesthetics of the vehicle while at the same time adding something tasteful to enhance the looks. Remember, while adding a body kit/vinyls you should keep in mind that you are trying to enhance its current look and not make it come across as a different vehicle altogether.
With a little patience to search and find the right set of body kits and mods, I am confident that you could do a good job with your ride. Otherwise it is a waste of money and you only end up making your ride look like a rainbow on wheels.