Trends & Styling Tips

Monochromatic

If understated chic is your style mantra then definitely monochrome ensembles are your safest bet. Monochrome colours are all the colours of a single hue. This look is for everyone and anyone who’s looking for a classy and elegant style.

Thanks to monochrome becoming the latest trend to appear on the streets of fashion world, whether you prefer tone on tone neutrals or bright colours, this look is for every one. The best part is it’s effortless and incredibly chic.

To look tall and slim wear a single

colour to enhance the illusion of

height as it creates a vertical line.

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Ball skirt

It’s a different kind of ball game, oops ball skirt altogether, trending in fashion and glamour world.

Call them ball skirts or long skirts , they are lighter, fluid and fusion counterpart of stiff, heavyweight and unrelenting Indian lehenga. Perfect for cocktail parties , loungue events or any glamourous evening event requiring indo-western sensibilities.

TIPS

Wearing dupatta will beat the indo western fussion essence, a strict no – no.

These fusion skirts look best with a button down shirt , off the shoulder crop top or a knotted top with statement sleeves.

Accessorize it with a over the top neck piece and trust me u wont regret it.

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Metallurgy at it’s best

It’s official gold, silver, bronze these medal coloured hues can definitely crown you as a winner all the way, being extravagant these metallic hues carry royal lineage too.

Sheen and sparkle of metal colour provides just the right amount of over the top exuberance. They are enjoying the centre stage like never before.

Tacky no more, include one part or let the whole ensemble be of gold/silver colour and sparkle all the way to glory.

Tips

Combination of metal shades with nude pastels, can surely be game changer.

Minimalism is the key .Nude beauty-look with minimal jewellery.

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Fusion jacket

With the beginning of festive season, it’s time to prep up your wardrobe for the coming celebrations, be it Raksha bandhan, Teej, Diwali or grand weddings.

No doubt lehengas, sharara, saree are staple, but if you want to steer away from heavy weight costumes and are eager to incorporate a fusion element, long jackets can help you in creating a unique style.

Trendy and stylish jackets can be mixed and matched with tulle skirts,brocade pants,sharara,dhoti pants and even with jeans to creat a exclusive style statement as it adds a certain majestic sensibility to an ensemble.

Tip — Avoid wearing heavy duppata with long jackets.

A strict no – no to heavy jewellery sets , just go for one statement piece.

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