INDIAN SUMMER TREND

It’s that time of the year again when the sun is shining in all its glory making us stay indoors or look for shade. The temperatures are soaring day by day this summer and there is still a long time before monsoons hit, to give us respite. To battle the heat the least we can do is dress cool to stay fresh.

Fashion is eternal; thus, the summer heat shouldn’t affect your style quotient as this is the best time to experiment with fabrics and colors. Indian wear is versatile and there is an array of cuts, fabrics and colors to match your summer mood. Summer wear in India is all about looking Glam with being completely comfortable and socially appropriate.

Latest trend to gloom your summer this year is as follows:

Cool Whites 

Nothing proclaims the season more than white Kurtis. The highly reflective color will keep sun off you and make you a vision in the drought-stricken weather. White is also an emotionally calming color that will help you relax when you are exposed to heat.

Summer Kurtis

Printed Dupatta’s 

When you think of summers, floral prints are something that pops up first in your mind as it’s the perfect time of the year to wear prints. Most of the women do not prefer wearing a fully printed dress, so here’s a perfect solution for them. They can opt for a dress with floral printed dupatta as that’s the best way to imbibe this trend in your wardrobe without compromising on your choice.

Printed Dupatta Dress

Palazzo Sets 

Palazzo Suit is a great option to get dressy for Indian events during summer. It offers a simpler silhouette compared to other outfits like Anarkalis or Sarees. The loose bottom will help you battle the harsh summer with less volume. Also going lighter on embellishments will keep you relaxed during the sultry days.

Palazzo Suits

High Slits 

High Slits have been very popular over the last two-three years and their popularity doesn’t seem to be waning just yet! High Slits in light fabric is like a metaphor for summer in any kind of silhouettes. You can choose between the longer or the shorter variations depending upon your outfit and the occasion.

High Slit Dresses

Cape Style 

Capes maybe associated more with the Middle East but are ragging the Indian markets. Layering any kind of attire is easy as capes give a minimalistic, utilitarian and contemporary summer look. Their bold color combinations and vivid prints or embroideries fit right into a country known to be a riot of colors and festivities. It lifts up the appeal still letting you look urban chic.

Cape style fashion

Hand-loom Dupatta’s 

If there is only one thing that you want to add to your wardrobe, let this be it. Hand-loom weaves are going to be the hottest fashion trend this year. A colorful dupatta increases the style quotient of any ethnic dress. You can always mix and match lot of these dupatta. Heavy Hand-loom dupatta’s make you instant ready for any big event during summers without making an effort to dress up in heavy attires.

Handloom Dupatta dresses

Asymmetrical Hems 

Asymmetrical hemlines continue to rule the ramp, making Kurtis and Dresses more adventurous and fun. Get comfortable in these outfits made from flowy fabric and pair it with your favorite jeans, leggings, cropped pant or palazzo pants for the perfect weekend look.

uneven hemline

Minimal Accessories 

If you are into heavy accessorizing, it’s time to say adieu to your chunky jewelry. It not only adds weight to your look but also becomes unmanageable in the scorching heat. Style yourself in minimal accessories; a thin chain with an elegant pendant or not to long but attractive earrings only would look ultra-chic.

Summer Jewellery

Hope this blog helps you to sail through the summers easily. For more options log on to Rajwadi.com.

Sanjana.P

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