How to Wear 2017’s Biggest Trend – Pop Colours

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Colours may be just a 7-letter word but it has a lot of influence on each of our lives and mostly our appearances. Colours have a special significance in the fashion trends every season, and the must-have hues for Spring-Summer 2017 are pop colours that are here to brighten up your wardrobe! Wearing pop colours can do wonders to one’s skin tone, hair colour and complement their personality in a positive way. We know black is an undisputed ruling wardrobe staple but adding colours every now and then to your outfits sparks just the right amount of spice and breaks the monotony. Here are a few ways in which you can wear the most vibrant colours this season and unleash your boho spirit in style!

Damsel in dresses

Dresses are an all-time favourite for fashion-conscious women, no matter the season, and what better than flowing maxi dresses as a way of adding vibrant vibes to your closet! These not only give you total comfort but also are a perfect way to make a style statement wherever you go – from Sunday brunches to movie dates. Tribal and Aztec printed flowing maxi dresses look best in pop colours like turquoise, fuchsia, orange etc. You can accessorize the look with a statement necklace, colour blocked sandals and a fringe bag. Don this look if you are in for a long day at a music festival and don’t want to compromise on the comfort as well as style.

Twirl in trend

Bright coloured tank tops paired with long flowing skirts paint a very pretty picture when you want to go for a day of flea market shopping with the girls. The skirts can be of equally vibrant in hue and can also be printed in hand block prints or ethnic patterns. Wrap a scarf or stole in a contrast colour around your neck for a more indo western touch. Accessorize the look with stacked-up silver bangles, an ethnic sandal and a ‘jhola’ bag for that colourful ‘banjaran’ vibe! This boho-pop look is even perfect for a day at the most happening college fest or a lunch get-together with family.

Preppy pants

Harem pants or dhoti pants, whether in bright solid colours or printed ones, help to bring out your inner boho spirit in the most stylish way possible. Pair a sunshine yellow bat sleeved top with an embroidered yolk with a bright pink printed pair of dhoti pants to flaunt the pop colours trend this season. You can accessorize with a statement silver ring or go for colourful pop-pom earrings for a fun kitschy touch. There is no such thing as too many colours as long as the hues don’t clash with each other. Tiny outfit details like a sleek anklet on one feet or a nose pin helps you to stand out in the crowd even more. Just pick up a patchwork tote bag and impress your date with your vibrant look & fun personality!

Play the pop game

Playsuits or jumpsuits are yet another comfy and smart wardrobe essential that can help add the pop trend to your closet. Choose an electric blue abstract printed jumpsuit and wear a sleek red coloured belt at the waist for a contrast pop of colour. Add a statement choker and a bright red coloured stiletto to oomph up the outfit. You can also go the sporty way by pairing a tangerine-hued playsuit with a pair of multicolour printed canvas sneakers for a trendy athleisure vibe. Complete the looks with a smart sling bag in a complementing shade like lime green or fuchsia and you are ready for a fun day of shopping & movies with your friends!

The pop colours trend is a splurge of brightness amongst the blacks, burgundys and navys of last season, and will take your outfits several notches higher on the style scale this year. Its time you updated your closet with some bright coloured clothes and flowing silhouettes, and have fun mixing & matching the colours & styles away to glory!

 

 

 

 

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