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3 Simple Ways to Incorporate the Colour Trends of the Year

August 19, 2019

kolhapuri chappals

We are going BOLD 2019 colour trends. We are talking highlighter pens and neon signs kind of bold this year with our colours trends. So, without further teasing, let’s talk about the colours that are the talk of the fashion town this season.

UFO Green

The colour takes the organic green of nature and amalgamates it with the surrealistic green rays of the outer space. A marvellous blend of two expanses resulting in a colour so punchy that it can people put their shades back on.

Plastic Pink

While wehonoured the soft side of the feminine hue with everything in millennial pink 2 years back; this year we are celebrating the fervent side of femininity with the viciously vivid plastic pink. The colour combines the brightness of the Barbie pink most of us grew up loving with the depth of deep pink which makes the colour mature.

Proton Purple

The colour of royalties has come back into our modern like with an electrifying positive charge. This colour is not holding back and makes a statement on its own.

Now that you are well informed about the three trendiest colours of the year, you must be racking your brain about how you use them. Well, we have got that covered for you too. Here are 4 simple ways you can introduce these stunning colours into your life without breaking the bank.

1. Shrugs – While going for a bright coloured shrug is a fool proof way to sport the trend, but it sure is the more tried and tested version of the trend. For a more innovative take we suggest going for a shrug in a solid neutral colour like grey. Layer it over a shocking pink camisole and go for classic skinny jeans for the bottoms. The grey of the cotton shrug will completely balance out the bright pink colour of the camisole peeking through and make this look appropriate for your workplace as well.

2. Multi-coloured Lehariya Dupatta – India surely found its neon calling way before the rest of the world. Lehariya is a traditional tie and dye technique rightly hailing from the colourful lands of Royal – Rajasthan. The flowy dupatta is bursting with waves or ‘lehars’ of vivid colours. You can use the dupatta as a scarf to elevate a simple casual look of blue skinny jeans and a white tank top. Or, you can go the traditional route and use it like a dupatta with a solid coloured kurta. We suggest going for white or black to let the neon colours of the dupatta shine their brightest.

Multilayerd Duptta

3. Kolhapuri flats – By now you know how much we love the idea of fusing the global trend of neon colours with classic Indian wardrobe staples. Adorn your feet with kolhapuri chappals which have pops of bright colours like plastic pink tassels, UFO green pom-poms and proton purple thread work. They can take even a simple white t-shirt and blue jeans outfit to the next level. The best thing about these beauties is that they can be paired effortlessly with both Indian and Western outfits.

Kolhapuri Chappal

The best part about these trendy outfit ideas is the fact that we have them in store for under Rs.1500/-. So, you get to rock the trend without breaking your bank.