December is a mark a year’s end and a fresh start of winters. Before you enter the New Year, let us present you the ABC of this winter fashion. See how these 26 letters give us the fashion tips of the season:
A for Androgyny Returns
A fashion referring to the combination of masculine and feminine trends. This plain kameez is inspired by men’s kurta pajama.
B for Baroque
Metallic brocade with heavy lace with regal prints.
C for Cobalt Blue
Wear electric shade of blue and tone it down with carbon black sleeves.
D for Downton Country Club
Reach for the retro look. What better than checks can justify this trend.
E for Expensive Luxe Fabrics
Tactile rich touch of lace, baroque, silk.
F for Femme Fatale
Dynamite diva with body hugging outfits, defining your curves well.
G for Gloves
Gloves are a for sure choice for winters. Wear the matching pair with your saree.
H for Hilarious Prints
Saree with cartoon prints like in our case..its a ‘sea’ seen with fishes and boats.
I for Inside Outside
Play with the sheer fabric of your outfit, let your inner designer wear be visible.
J for Jewellery Embellishment
Wear the jeweled stones in your saree with minimal accessories. Let your saree speak the luxury.
K for Kairi (Raw Mango shape)
Kairi is referred as raw mango in Hindi language. Wear this paisley prints in saree.
L for Lace
Wear the sophistication with lace fabric all over in your saree.
M for Monochrome
Seek out black and white combination.
N for Net
This fabric is in trend and looks sensuous. Wear net with Lehenga style saree.
O for Orient
Silken fabric with eastern kimono prints straight from Japan.
P for Purple
In the fashion history books, purple was the most regal of all colours to wear. This season it’s set to be in almost every high street store and is best worn as a break from black.
Q for Quintessentially British
colors that channel British heritage (royal blue, pillar box red).
R for Romance
Floaty hemlines, soft necklines, winter florals.
S for Space
The milky way, planets, stars all in your outfits.
T for Trousers
Don your kurta with loose belbotts trousers in multiple colours is your go-to piece for winter.
U for Umbrellas
holding up an umbrella and sheltering yourself from glittery winter rains. Sigh…! Match your rain cover-up to your saree.
V for Volume
Add a fluffy shearling stole to your outfit.
W for Waistline
Nip in that waist, ladies, with body defining stitches of your salwar kameez.
X for X rays
The world has gone fifity shades naughtier for winter – dare to wear the visible x rays in grey and black colors.
Y for Yesterday’s Fashion
Wearing a fashion which was worshiped centuries back.Like this one inspired from the Puritans time.
Z for Zig Zags
Move on from stripes and store them away. It’s about ziggy lines teamed with colour blocking.