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Today we take you Globe Trotting with the latest Global Fashion Trends learning some truly exquisite ways to make our Garment look truly expensive and Exclusive thru' our Guest Post By Mallika Chakrawarti, an eminent designer with Jabong! Read on her remarkable Style Advice Below:
It’s not your wardrobe that needs an upgrade; it’s your styling choices that you need to work upon. Sporting big labels and hitting the high-end fashion stores aren’t as important as choosing clothes that make you look expensive and exclusive. It is true that we easily get taken in by the glamourous appeal of a luxury brand; you can’t be indifferent to a Versace handbag or a Burberry trench coat! Although, fashion really goes beyond the propaganda of brands that have been around in the business for quite some time. Your personal style, I would say, is capable of making the biggest impression on the fashion scene. That’s why it is important to make the most of what you’ve got! Irrespective of the brands you own, you can conjure the freshest looks of the season with the goodies in your wardrobe. One by one, let’s take you through the style hacks that are sure to make you look both expensive and exclusive.
1. Shoulders that bare all
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If you’ve got strong shoulders or even if you don’t, you know that the erogenous shoulder is an asset you’d like to flaunt! Off-shoulder shirts and dresses are doing the rounds this season, and everyone seems to shifting the spotlight on that riveting shoulder blade! Go for classy tops that could be teamed with a classic, high-waist trousers with some flare. Stilettoes and a nifty clutch can be added to the two-piece marvel for a perfect result! When it comes to the enchanting off-shoulder dress, the rules are pretty much the same. Settle for a pair of sprightly bellies to add a subtle cute quotient.
2. Not-so-serious dresses
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The summer minths call for a casual approach to your everyday attire. Short dresses that accentuate the shape of your great legs are downright comfortable! Let’s face it; they are one of the best things about summer. Tie up a charming shirt over your patterned dresses and put your best foot forward in a pair of eye-catching high heels. A street-happy fashion enthusiast would prefer a pair of sneakers over stilettoes any day! A knockout combination would involve your sneakers, and a dress with a crisp summer blazer over it.. Try it out without further ado!
3. Wear it flared
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Adopting light-weight and flared trousers into your fashion regimen would be the best move this summer. Spacious, airy and a fashion staple that is omnipresent, flared trousers are the go-to lowers for your boho-fringed shirts. An off-shoulder, boxy shirt wouldn’t be a bad second choice. Tackle this look in a pair of pair of killer heels and look your effortless best.
4. Jolly jumpsuits
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The summer has the cutest jumpsuits in store for you; I’m sure you have a pair or two you like chilling in. How about making your jumsuits look chic and sleek this time around? A simple hack would entail matching your jumpsuit with an office shirt and amazing high-heeled sandals. A customized, leather jumpsuit that catches the light, wouldn’t be a bad idea either! Add a little swingy handbag and you’ll be good to go.
5. Always pretty and pleated
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Micro-pleats, knife pleats, box pleats or just pleats. A shower of pleats on the runway and the street would convince you that pleats are here to stay. Your pretty pleated skirts and regular shirts make a great team. Raise up the quirk-o-meter with trippy sunnies and a punchy purse and you’d be sure to shine!
About the Author
Mallika Chakrawarti is a designer, writer, and travel enthusiast. She is currently working with Jabong.com as a writer and is passionately involved in curating and forecasting fashion trends.