7 Comfortable Outfits That Are Perfect For This Season
Here are casual, comfortable outfits to wear during this season, even if you are spending most of your time indoors. Pick your favourite. You know when you are on a detox, and all you can think about is the food you are going to after the detox? For the past few months, we have been on a sort of a fashion and shopping detox. After spending the last three months in sweatpants and tee, dressing up can seem like a daunting task.
To help you get your fashion groove back and put your best sartorial foot forward, we are sharing our list of 7 outfits we’re dreaming of wearing when the lockdown is over. Time to start adding to cart – you can shop all these looks from Myntra and Label Life.
1. Play With Colours
Do you like to adorn yourself in eye-catching hues? Look no further. Say hello to colour block look! No, we don’t mean wear every single coloured piece you own or have set your eyes on. The key to mixing colours is balance. Safe and popular neutral-meets-vibrant always works. But if you wish to step out of your comfort zone and experiment, try pairing neon shades that clash and contrast in an aesthetic matter to create a statement look.
And if you are one of those who are colour shy and still want to try, then pick colourful accessories to pair with your neutral and solid colour pieces.
2. Saree And Crop Top
Ever since it arrived on the fashion scene, crop top has been controversial. Who and how should it be worn has been a matter of considerable debate. While people of all shapes and sizes can rock a crop top, it can be a tad bit overwhelming for first-timers. Not everyone is comfortable showing off their midriff.
But if you have decided you want to wear it, then start with pairing it with a saree. Swap your traditional saree blouse with a chic crop top. The saree gets a relaxed fusion vibe, and you get to flaunt your crop top without feeling conscious or uncomfortable. Win-Win!
3. Mixing Prints
Your wardrobe might already be full of florals, checks, stripes, polka dots—most probably you have only been wearing one patterned piece at a time. So have we! Print mixing is one of the challenging trends to pull off. However, if styled right, mixed prints can look very high fashion and give your old clothes a new look.
Once you’ve mastered it, you can pretty much play around with all the different kinds of prints. From safe stripes and polka dot combination to a more dramatic winter floral and geometric pattern pairing, mixing can be fun once you get the hang of it.
4. Suit And Sneakers
Sneakers with dress have been in trend for a few years. Now it is time to elevate your sneaker game and pair it with your tailored pieces. Trust us, this works! Don’t be afraid to pair your sharp blazers and crisp trousers with high tops and trainers. Depending on the cut and silhouette, you can pick a sneaker style that matches best with them. The sneakers tone down the stiffness of the suit, and the suit gives the sneakers a sophisticated vibe.
When paired together, the final look is polished with a hint of playful.
5. Metallic State Of Style
While globally, the metallic trend keeps coming and going, but in India, it is always on-trend. A must-have during the festive wedding season, the metallic piece can easily be worn anywhere and everywhere. Pair a metallic pleated skirt with a crisp white shirt to work or add a golden cropped jacket to party dress to up its glam quotient. And if you are in a mood for mixed metal, pair a pair of gold pants with a posh silver blazer.
6. Denim On Denim
Denim is a wardrobe staple, and we all have our fair share of denim jeans, shirts, jackets and dresses. Why not mix our denim up and pair a few of them together? Thrown on a denim jacket over a denim shirt dress and add a broad belt for Sunday brunch or pair a denim shirt with skinny denim jeans and blazer to office or layer denim shorts and tee with a cropped jacket for a weekend gateway. Style it the way you like and wear the looks with aplomb.
7. Statement Silver And Whites
Some prefer chunky statement necklaces while others like broad cuffs and cocktail rings. Regardless of what type of statement silver jewellery you want, these pieces are major head-turners and look good with both Indian and western silhouettes. Whether you pair it with a white kurta, maxi dress, shirt or saree, the result will be the same – elegant and exquisite.
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