The winters are here, ringing in the festive celebrations and giving you a reason to glam your wardrobe. This season ditch the mundane for feisty metallic, lovely prints, elegant knits and breathtaking accordion pleats. Narendra Kumar, Creative Director at Amazon Fashion shows you how to keep warm in style for the day and rock the glitter glam by the night.
Flaunt Those Prints
Brown is the new black for the winters. Do not shy away from experimenting with tone on tones. A dark brown polo with a mocha jacket and worsted wool beige bottoms will be your best bet.Throw in a scarf with neutral block heels to complete the look.
Own your stripes and layer in style this season. A combination of polka, floral and stripes can be appealing if done right. The trick here is to play the colours right, stick to monochromes and pastels with a hint of pop to get it right. Accessorize heavy.
Rooted In Style
Stay loyal to themuch loved ethnic prints, opt for a darker shade of Anarkali that will seamlessly double up as an evening dress. Juxtapose it with pop shaded stilettos. Opt for minimal accessories.
Fresh In Accordion
The retro trend of accordion pleats are back this season.Wear a metallic skirt with a crop top and a netted pullover to have it festive ready. The look will translate effortlessly from day to evening wear. Pair it with a long coat in a neutral or pastel hue to spell ‘elegance.’
A winter without checks is incomplete, give it a contemporary twist this season by pairing classic check trousers with a funky crop top and a pop bomber while stepping out. This look demands no accessories, invest in a pair of patent leather boots instead.
Glam, Shine and Divine
Where’s the party tonight? Be confident, be sassy and most importantly BE YOU! Turn on the glam quotient with the metallic power. An off shoulder metallic top with flared metallic pants and a beaded belt will have you party ready! Go for the feistiest stilettos and uber cool accessories like long earrings and chunky rings!
(The author is a well known designer and style expert)