Fashion as it comes

When it comes to making statements, there is no formula of success. Depending on individual style, one can stand out in a unique way.

Here are few fashion trends to adopt to look stunning.

A Maxi dress

A maxi dress with an eastern touch, flowing like a long long kurta, is what tall girls can adorn to add grace and poise to their style. The maxi dresses in style are usually printed cotton, with embellishments at neck and sleeves. The colours in vogue for maxi dresses are deep earthen tones in orange, red, browns and greens. The block print maxi dress is equally popular and looks cool for a casual dress.

Woolen shawl with tassels

Not everybody prefers to adorn a shawl during winters. However a shawl with colourful tassels is what makes it so attractive. A printed woolen shawl with tassels at the end can be paired with any single tone or even match with a printed attire. It looks both ceremonial and grand when worn with a silken dress and casual and spontaneous with a crisp white cotton shirt.

A fusion dress

The concept of fusion dress has really taken the designer by storm. Every girl loves to buy a fusion dress that presents a contemporary look with a hint of tradition. A Bedouin tunic with multi-coloured embroidery at the front, a printed tunic with chamkeeli gota work and a kasuti kurti with multicoloured buttons is what is in vogue these days.

A festive look

For a formal evening wear, a satin sheen kurta in rose pink or mud brown looks alluring with paired with straight pants. Equally stunning is a velvet coat embellished with tilla dull gold work. A flared lengha with dupion silk shirt in burnt orange is the fashion of the season. A shahi front open koti in black with delicate bead work goes with a lot of attire.

Embroidered shalwar

An embroidered shalwar in beige pastel shades with self-thread motifs and box pleat is what the summers will welcome this season. The flared look with embellishment at the hems to match with the kurta is what designers predict to be in vogue. Paisley motifs scattered across the shalwar in white and silver threads is another fashion trend to look out for.