Trends to follow: How to style outfits differently this season?

The season is big on trends like layering-it-up, fusion and chunky jewelry. Yes, that way there’s a lot one can do and styling oneself turns out to be a lot interesting. So, how one can go about it as not all are gifted with imaginative mind that can work on the “being trendy” part. Fetching compliments for what you wear always gives you confidence and brings out the charm in you. Here we are making things easier and stylish. We have lined up a few looks that you can try. Get ready to dazzle!

How to layer it up crop tops and tank tops?
Even though monsoon showers continue and air carries humidity, the stylistas can’t do without capes and shrugs as layering it up is so big this season. The newest trend is of kimono cape (with or without fringes). The loose shrugs can be worn with your crop tops, spaghetti tops and even with tank tops. Go for a pair of ripped jeans and flip flops. The style is cool for even plus size females as it helps to camouflage extra flab here and there. Buy long shrugs and kimonos from as brands like Harpa, River Island, Vero Moda and others have a good collection.

Jazz it up with jewellery!
Jewellery always helps to come up with a striking look. Your evening gowns, shift dresses, skater dresses and maxis will look a lot attractive if you team it up with some chunky jewellery. Pick bead-necklaces or fusion tribal jewellery in gold and silver and jazz up the look. Your evening gowns will look perfect with ear cuffs, while shift dresses and skater outfits look alluring with statement necklaces.

Fusion is in! Be desi girl with a twist
Thanks to Kareena Kapoor in ‘Jab We Met’, girls know that Patiala salwars can be worn with tees, tops and shirts. The trend has been done to death, but still has many takers. When it comes to fusion salwars have gone through many changes. Get a pair of dhoti pants or harems to wear it with your short kurtis and tank tops. Go for a dupatta or you can even pair a summer jacket with it. If you find yourself a boho chick, this style is not new to you, while others can try it and come out from their comfort zone.  

Remember, style is all about experimentation and trying out different things. If you have it in you, flaunt it. Don’t be scared to take chances! Be you!

Author’s bio:
Usha Lakra is a stylist/fashion blogger working with India’s leading e-commerce company. She has been writing for celebrity fashion and is an avid Bollywood buff. This fashionista likes to go for fusion looks and is happy incorporating different style elements. Here she has written on summer dresses, and what’s hit this Spring/Summer.


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