Monday, 25 November 2013

Firstly, a very happy Diwali to all our friends and supporters. We wish you all a lifetime of health, wealth and style. 
Now back to work, our outfit post: Concentrating on colour.
People spend so much time and money investing in shades of blue denims over and over again. Instead try something new and buy a pair of denims in a candy colour shade like powder blue, mint green, candy floss pink or a deep shade like a red, blue or green. 

Coloured pants are a simple way to add fun to an outfit. Also unlike what one might believe, coloured pants can match with a number of things. You can wear them with contrasting colours, mix prints or keep it chic with a basic beige, black or white blouse. 

Here's a coloured pants chart for your reference:

1. Pinks, blues, greens
With a plain white shirt or blouse
Polka dots and nautical stripes

2. Maroons, burnt reds, blacks, cobalt blue
With a cream coloured top
Florals and polka dots
3. Green, Pink, Red
With a plain black or grey top
Geometric prints and Stripes

4. Pastel shades like pink, powder blue, sea green
With a dark beige blouse
Florals and checks

5. Orange, dark green, ink blue

With a bleached white shirt

Paisleys and checks

Sonu wore a mashup with her red pants
Pants, Zara| tank & shrug, Fashion Street| bag, Dharavi| cuff, Swarovski| flats, Crimzon

Jasleen wore her pink pants with a checked shirt and scarf

Pants, Colaba Causeway| shirt, courtesy Guru Clothing| bag, Dharavi| flats, United Colors of Benetton

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