Few tips from the Fashion Week

Few tips from the Fashion Week!

Fashion Week brings the latest trends on the runway. Everyone, who follows fashion, surely got a favourite collection by now and they just can’t ignore those mesmerizing clothes. Our editors and reporters present the best 2017 trends and must have accessories. Fashion is all about making women feel sexy without showing skin; this season gets a bit friskier. The body was defined and flattered by uniting just the right separates, a knee length skirt, a vibrant crop top and a belted blazer. Shiny stilettos were strapped over patterned tights, driving your attention towards legs, while opulent statement neckpieces, making your neck line even more beautiful. Not to forget, slings and clutches were not made to wear just with anything, they were built to dazzle you formal looks. Finally it’s important to note that golden and silver should not match in perfect harmony, but when Fashion Week spread its magic, you better believe that they do. Don't miss all the wedding dresses and bridal gowns from the runways.

So, let’s have a look at stunning styles from the Fashion Week and break some style myths. Have a look and enjoy.

Myth 1: Your bag should match your shoes.

Let me tell you, it’s the most outdated rule of the fashion industry. We live in a country where you are allowed to do anything you want to, so if you want to carry red bag along with red shoes, we certainly won’t stop you, but you don’t have to stick to this order every single time get dressed. A playful mix of accessories always enhances your looks.

Myth2: Navy Blue and Black don’t go together

It is so shocking. I mean how someone could believe that these colours don’t go together. Black and Navy have got a bad reputation in the past, because it is difficult to differentiate between them, but in our eyes it an amazing combination.

Myth3: Sequins and Metallics are for night only

Though, you should save your sequin mini dress for a night out, but sparkling accoutrements can be worn during the daytime. A knee length mini skirt, a vibrant bra and metalic belted blazer can be worn like a pro. Go for a low high mix by keeping your sparkle to one piece like a skirt or a top. I am sure, you will rock the day out with friends.

Myth 4: Don’t mix gold and silver

Just like Navy and Black, this is yet again a myth. Whether it’s your accessories or jewelry, metallics of any shade only complement each other’s gilded pleasures.

Myth5: You should take off one accessory before leaving you house

Accessorizing is an art form, not a scientific formula. And don’t let that intimidate you.  Develop your own system of accessorizing and work it into your work/play rotation. Stacking bracelets or wearing multiple chains would put the antiquated point system off the charts, but is a great way to add some flair to a more conservative work outfit. A loose scarf and some long earrings add bohemian style to a casual jeans and t-shirt uniform.

Myth6: You should always match

Gone are the days of sweater sets and pre-designed, matchy-matchy “outfits.”  Instead, shift your thinking to coordinate in terms of contrasts and complements. It’s a trend of flashy colours matched with dull colors. Your grandmother might ask you to match you foot wear with your hand bag, but believing her might take you to her generation that restricts you to look current and relevant. Freshen up your look by mixing and matching — patterns, textures, high- and low-end, old and new. Mixing is one of the best ways to stand out from the crowd and ensure that you look thoughtfully put together, not artificially ready made. Always remember, “The woman who is chic is always a little different.”

Myth7: Sweatshirts Spell Comfort Not Fashion

Believe it or not sweatshirts are quite a style statement. Being comfortable is the new black. Sweatshirts make you look cool, sexy and happening, especially when you’ve worn them with the pair of shorts. You might see many actresses in this avatar, while they are on the sets or on the airport. Trust me you can seriously rock your look in this stunning attire.

Myth8: Sneakers are meant for the gym

Kangana Ranaut, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor broke all rules by showing up in sneakers. Their looks proved that you can look red-carpet, sporty, and glam - all at the same time. Sneakers are comfortable yet stylish. They can make you look stunning all the time and you can still steal look of the on lookers. So, what are you waiting for? Grab the look now.

Myth9: No mixing of prints

From animal prints to polkas, you mix match anything and still look a chic. The Fashion week is a proof that you can never go wrong with too much print. Just look confident and OWN that busy look.

MYTH10 : Certain clothes only look good if you are tall and skinny.

It is the the fit and not the body type. Saying that a certain kind of clothing — be it wide leg pants, crop tops, or shift dresses — only looks good on someone tall and thin. Anyone can carry any kind of clothes, if it has a good and a sexy fit. What all matters is how confidently you carry it. That's the truth. Period. End of story.

MYTH10: High heels are more sophisticated than flats.

Well, who says that? As discussed before, Comfort is the new black. I won’t deny that high heels do change the way you carry yourself, but you can alter your posture without raising the height of your shoes. Shoulders back, chin up, chest out — that's all it takes. You can even do it barefoot.

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