We have already discussed with you the Spring/Summer 2013 runway trends. Now it is yime o give them a twist. Lets mix these trends with other hit trends of the year and Go Stylish!

Block Monochrome- monochrome can be a huge trend but let’s go trendier and color blocks it by a bold hue.

Neon with Thread Work- We have been telling you how neon has become a favorite color for SS13. We discussed neon as a plain color, but twist comes when it is worn with beautiful thread work.


Neon + Grey- Add a little zing to the dull grey and mix Neon to them. Mixing Neon Pink, Yellow, Green, and Blue to grey makes a whole new statement.


Maxi style- The most comfortable style of summers is maxi. With a feminine touch and fun prints, this style in salwar kameez is flattering to every body type.


Mosaic Appliqué- Appliqués are surely in this SS13, but with a twist let’s wear them in beautiful Mosaic embroidery in Monochrome.


Sketchy Lines- Let the checks take a back seat. The hand drawn sketchy lines are in.


Sheer Layer- The see-through is back but this time the lace, prints and brocade do a sneak peek through this sheer fabric. The romantic lace, the urban prints and shiny brocade are layered behind the sheer fabric, making a new trend out of it.


Postcard Print- Wear the holiday in your salwar kameez.


Animal Graphics- Animal prints like leopard spots, zebra stripes can be just another trend. Wear not their prints, but the animal itself in salwar kameez.


Lace Hemmed Pants- Lace-hemmed pants by Péro S/S 2013 is a growing trend. Indian Designer Aneeth Arora has used a lot of lacy feminine touch with lace pants in her line for Péro. Luckily this trend can be easily worn in salwar kameez.


Textured Churidaar- Forget about embellishing the upper part of salwar kameez instead move the fashion down street. The embroidery in churidar gives it a textured touch. A new and chic way to walk the streets.


Eastern Gothic- The mysterious Gothic from last year meets the Eastern sensuality of Silk.


Dual Tones- Wearing two darker shades together is tough? This combination is rather unusual but is one of the current running trends.





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