Sporting white and light shades is just what you should do this summer

first_imgWISPY WONDER:ANUSHKA SHARMA’s powder pink gown by Sharnita Nandwana perfectly summarises summer and its key trend of resembling a garden fairy (not the easiest, we admit).Photo: Yogen ShahThe layered gown is worn beautifully with deep maroon nail paint, a ruby ring and diamond and ruby stud earrings. What is nice about the dress is that it is free of unnecessary frills and trills, which is essential for the upcoming season. The wispy updo has been well styled, letting the attention go to a pop of colour on the lips.HELLO SUNSHINE:Photo: Yogen ShahBright, white and happy- that’s what sunny days should be about, and TAAPSEE PANNU gets it right in this yellow flower appliqu top and pencil skirt by Pankaj & Nidhi. The grey-blue heels work perfectly well with the vivid colours, and the minimal makeup of a catwing eyeliner and nude lipstick keep the look fresh and clean. When wearing such peppy hues, keep your jewellery to a bare minimum to get it on point.Also read: Summer 2017 trends are turning towards earthy tones and textiles with modern silhouettesCLASHING CULTURE:Photo: Yogen ShahThe best way to wear a primary colour like red is making it the highlight/accent on a light hued palette. Case in point is SHRADDHA KAPOOR’s dress by Emanuel Ungaro that has a light, pastel blue backdrop and a crisscrossing red abstract print running across it. Her hair in natural waves – matched with the red lipper – makes for a refreshing change.advertisementCHILLED OUT: Photo: Yogen ShahThe fine line between trying too hard and getting it right is where APARSHAKTI KHURANA stands with this breezy kurta from A&A. Worn with a beige suit by Hitesh Pahuja and blue slip-on loafers, the style was smart and stood out from the crowd. However, it’s the attention to detail that wins him favour-the pink gramophone lapel pin, blue pocket square and round sunglasses tied it in well.FLAPPER FAWN: Photo: Yogen ShahNew styles are always welcome, especially this tasselled sari by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla that TWINKLE KHANNA wore recently. Fawn and white is a great combination, and one that should be considered for a feminine statement on hot, sultry days. Keep make-up basic, throw on a pair of shades and play with colours like light pink, tan and even pastel blue while accessorising.last_img

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