This spring is going to be all about simple ready-to-wear clothes and eye catching accessories!
Some of the more memorable fashion statements included Sonam Kapoor’s huge nose ring at Cannes and Deepika Padukon’s nerdy glasses.
When it comes to what shades will be on the cutting edge, the combination of black and white is proving its mettle once again, while icy pastels and hints of pink are getting into the mix.
We doubt the creators behind the addictive new Netflix series, Orange is the new black, realized they were predicting a major New York Fashion Week color moment when they dreamed up the show’s title. But they sure did—as the fiery hue has been spotted all over the spring 2014 ready-to-wear shows, making its way into the fashion world with a vengeance!
If you are keen to know what’s going to rule your wardrobe, here’s a dekko at what’s hot, what’s not, what’s gonna sizzle and what will fizzle out in this year’s fashion circuit. Happy trend hunting!
So here are some fashion rules to live by this season:
Pile it on!– Is the “ear party” the new “arm party”? Stack on ear cuffs and unique earrings for an au courant look.
Get gilded!-gold and rose tones flatter every collection. Get something in your wardrobe that screams rosy gold!
Be radiant!– Spring’s new sheen extends to eyes—and even brows.
Pretty pastels!– the best thing about pastels you can pick whichever colour you love and look fabuleux (what’s fashion without a little Paris!)
Wide leg trousers!– palazzo pants are still doing rounds! Bid adieu to your skinny jeans. So wear those with a cropped top and your cute wedges and you are ready to go!
Tea-length skirts!-while the midi skirt may be the ultimate transition piece, the tea-length-between midi and maxi (yes, it’s starting to get that specific)-is for the spring. In ethnic prints or lace motifs are the best way to wear them.
Asymmetrical skirts!– short, long doesn’t matter how you wear it!
Anarkali out-The layered-and-flared anarkali suits, so fervently embraced by all Indian women when it comes to ethnic looks, will take a back seat this year. Instead, well-fitted kurtas and straight silhouettes that cut down on volume will take over the fashion scene.
Saree style-Ditch the traditional body suit and sport a T-shirt/shirt underneath to bring in a sexy twist. Some of the mainstream designers who are busy popularizing this fad are Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Masaba and Payal Khandwala.