We’ve all been issued some style edict at some point or the other. While we love following drift (not blindly, conversely), we’re seeing that there’s several lessening into those stiff and rapid statutes that a few fashion editors came up with. I’ve listed 5 that you can simply trench.
NAVY AND BLACK:
Now, I don’t know who coined this ridiculous one, but I think navy and black duo well collectively. Take for example, style maven Victoria Beckham, who wore this color blocked dress from her own collection in recent times. Navy looks less callous compared to an all-black outfit.
Now this is a somewhat delicate fashion to pull off. There’s a fine line between it looks sourly and elegant. The key approach to carry it is wearing a fine bra and wears one in the matching color as your attire. We love how Diane Kruger wore a lacy bra under her gown to keep it from looking too risqué. If you think bra-tops aren’t worn in India, think for a second time. Deepika Padukone showed off hers at the airport.
GOLD AND SILVER conflicting JEWELLERY:
Diametrically opposed metals look odd, but here’s the hoax, opt a rose or pastel gold to collide with your silver jewelry. Avoid going for too stocky a piece. In its place, wear poise; lean with deep.
Tinsel throughout THE DAY:
Now here’s something I entirely cuddle! Why wait for the night to glint? Tinsel can be worn out during the day if you tenor them down. Also, choose tinsel that is to some extent slighter in size.
DENIM going on DENIM:
The very thought of denim on denim would give nearly all people the heebie jeebies unsettled to that atrocious facade of then duo Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. Now, denim on denim is good enough when done correctly. To steer clear of looking like a cowboy, in no doubt you brace the denim in two divergent shades. Choose bright bottoms with a dim, dreary shade for a top or vice-versa.