The Hottest Trends This Summer

As the temperature is soaring, everyone is feeling the heat. Looking fashionable in such weather seems next to impossible. But with some creativity, one can easily beat the heat and come out as a winner. With the below-mentioned hottest summer trends, you can strike a perfect balance between being comfy and stylish. Let’s have a look at the latest Indian fashion trends.

Comfort at its best

With sun at its peak, everyone looks for comfort wear that not only relieves you from the scorching heat but also makes you look uber chic. This calls for loose-fitted, lightweight and breezy garments.  One can match tops and kurtis in cotton and linen fabrics with skirts, palazzos, pants or even shorts to create an occasion-friendly ensemble.

Printed shorts

This year printed shorts are one of the hottest Indian summer fashion trends. Prints can vary from full bloom florals to graphic prints that add oomph to your otherwise monotonous wardrobe. One can pair a plain white or black tee with printed shorts and you are ready to rock and roll! Printed shorts are some of the best summer-wear that make you feel comfortable without compromising on the style quotient.

Bardot tops

Bardot tops have emerged as the most popular Indian summer fashion trend of 2016. These utterly stylish tops are reigning this summer and make you look effortlessly chic. Basically it is an off-shoulder top, also known as cold-shoulder top that reveals your shoulders and falls over your chest to give a frill-like effect. Everyone from Bollywood celebs to their fans are flaunting this summer trend with panache. One can pair a simple bardot top with denims, shorts, skirts or even palazzos to create a killer statement look.

Statement sari

Summer fashion in India is incomplete without a statement sari. Your summer wardrobe is good for nothing if you don’t add a handful of statement saris in cotton and linen fabrics. These saris are not heavy on fabric or embroidery but are lightweight and are an easy to carry attire in summer season. One can pick an appropriate statement sari for an informal get-together or a small event.

Long cape

This season we are witnessing another hot fashion trend for summer; long capes. Yes, wearing a long jacket-style cape over your pair of denims or shorts look extremely trendy. Adding a cape to your normal daily wear gives an edge to it. A long cape could be in any breezy fabric like cotton or linen and could be either full-sleeves or sleeveless depending upon your choice. Pairing it with a sundress or any other knee-length dress is also a good idea.

Cotton kurtis

Cotton kurtis have become a quintessential part of our wardrobes. These are not just great comfort wear but also look great on each and every body type and shape. The versatility of kurti makes it a must-have summer wear for one and all. The huge variety of styles like anarkali style, flaired or straight kurti gives you the option of pairing it with pants, denims or churidars. One can wear a long straight kurti with loose-fitted ankle-length palazzo for a coffee date or at office without giving it a second thought.

Paint the town red

This summer make sure you have at least one red colour outfit in your wardrobe. Be it a vibrant red top or a ruffle skirt, red is a go-to colour this season. Adding a red jumpsuit or red cape will also be a wise decision as this poppy colour is definitely in this season. It will certainly add zing to your closet and you is sure to make you stand out.

Accessories are the key

Summer fashion is incomplete without great accessories. Accessories have the power to turn a boring dress into a stunning outfit. This summer don’t forget to add the right accessories like a pair of cool shades and georgette scarves to get all the attention you crave. Different styles and sizes of handbags is also a great investment to make this season as it immediately revamps your overall look and makes you look ultra-fashionable.

Take a cue from the above-mentioned hottest summer trends and let the heads turn in awe!

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