A Hint Of Glitz

Stock up your closet with the finest mix of bright and deep shades to make the seasonal transition as stylish as it can be. Since the seasons are in a transitional phase, the trick to being your stylish best lies in balancing the shades cleverly. The time has gone when you could flaunt that bright red or sunny yellow dress. If you still want to make use of such colours, mix them with neutral separates – like nude dupatta, fawn pants, or shirts etc. But the style game is not just about sobering down bright shades. It is also about incorporating fall hues in your wardrobe through separates

and accessories. Brown, auburn, red-orange, gold, fawn, beige, copper etc, are all going to look fantastic at this time of the year before we move on to plums and deep berries. So, all those beautiful, deep shades you have been keeping at the back of your closet, it’s time to get them out and flaunt them. Accessorise your outfit with funky or statement pieces that accentuate the overall feel of your dress and complement the seasonal mood, as well.

Keep comfort a priority and go for lightweight, breathable fabrics so you can enjoy yourself and be confident while at the same time look as trendy as ever. Peplum cuts, off-shoulder tops, bell sleeves, fringes and frills are all hot right now, so while at it, pick a few of these details and add them in your look, too. As far as pants are concerned, ladies out there continue to enjoy gharara pants at all semiformal and formal affairs. One thing is certain, experimental pants are big, which means pretty much all bets are off when it comes to trying out designs and cuts on pants.

Don’t leave out monochromes! Styling with black and white gives an unparalleled excitement. Statement dupattas have become a rage so, stock up a few and have fun pairing them with solid black and white suits. The best thing about this trend is that depending on the fabric and design of the dupatta, you can easily change your look from day to night, casual to formal.

Hair, Make-up & Photography: Azeem Sani
Designer: Charizma
Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
Model: Neha Rajput