Summer Fashion 2017 – Trends to watch out for!

Summers are here and summer fashion is what we can’t take our minds off! As much as we dread the extremities of the weather, the joy is all about being able to flaunt the lovely, summary attires in vibrant hues.

So, before you all gear up to revamp your wardrobes, here are a few quick tips that can come in handy to choose the right summer clothes.


White is Right: You can never go wrong with whites. They are simple, yet elegant and versatile. We all love wearing them with bright contrasting colors. But this year, let’s go bold! Pair those whites with shades of gold and other metallic tones like copper to add that touch of royalty.


Back to Florals: Bright floral prints have been a summer trend since last few years and are here to stay this year as well. Smaller prints are going to be appreciated as they won’t take your look over the board.


Slits to kill: Extended slits will be a rage this summer! They are going to render a modern and chic attribute to the Indian ethnic wear. Go for a high slit Kurta with geometrical pattern to be the trendsetter.


Capes: This fashion element is the designer’s new obsession. The cape has made its way in Indian Fashion as it adds a dash of class and elegance to any attire.


Asymmetric Hems: Dresses and Kurtas with Asymmetric hems and clean and distinctive cuts are surely going to get you the title of The Summer Diva! Embrace this style to look a class apart.


So ladies, keep these style tips in mind when you pick up that favorite shopping bag. But do add your personal touch to it. Remember, Trend is what you follow, Style is what you create!


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