While there are a lot of key elements to remember in the whole process of dressing up,
You have to understand the thin line between MIXING AND MATCHING CLOTHES WHILE YOU TRY TO LOOK YOUR BEST and messing up by totally missing the point.
So today I am going to mention the key rule of putting together a look.
You could do so by choosing one particular piece of clothing and decide your entire by choosing accessories that compliment and go well it.
Also heyyy while you do so, remember colors are good but you shouldn’t opt for more than 3 different shades. Experimenting is fine but overdoing is absolutely not okay !
Whatever look you are going for or whatever attire you might put together, never go for more than three shades.
Did you know in the early 90’s , the special forces actually wore denims instead of khadi pants because hey fashion quotient 💯
No wait I am actually just kidding. I have absolutely no idea about the evolution of the uniform of our heroes but there’s no denying about how awesome it is and has always been.
Not all would thinking of wearing a jacket over a kurta ! I mean who does that ? But as i say fashion is all about how you experiment with it and how you carry it.
So yes this is a completely new look that I experimented with and i kinda think it did sail off my ship.
Not over doing with the February look when it is neither that chilly nor that hot too. With the pleasant weather try going out with a simple yet out of the box look.
Go out and try layering your daily boring kurtas with jackets which you would probably wear at a dinner party with a shirt or a tee shirt. Give it a try and you might just end up loving a not so conventional dapper look.
So with my olive green jacket from koovs.com I stepped it up by pairing it with a tye and dye Kurta (absolutelyyy adore the print😎) which is of a lighter shade than the jacket and my favourite pair of denims. I usually prefer wearing ripped jeans with kurtas.
( what I recommend is ; whenever you are layering your clothes always go for light shades, prints and pastels on the inside and wear deep colours, heavy prints, block colours on the outside. However you layer your clothes following this simple colour coordination gives a vibrant appearance)
Since the kurtas i prefer are usually cotton based and are not very clumsy neither are embroidered or have too many patterns, so i deck them up with a pair or ripped jeans that kind of fills the blank of ‘too simple’ look.
How to choose your kurta for THIS look ?
Well, as far as this look is concerned I believe when you are teaming your kurta with a jacket from among different kinds of kurtas like short kurtas, long kurtas, printed kurtas, panjabis, side slit kurtas to the indo-western kurtas I always recommend PLAIN LONG KURTA or COTTON PANJABIS either of light block colour or beautiful prints which are not very much clumsy and must be of a light shade.
If you want to reverse the look ; go for prints on the outside and wear something simple in the inside, GO FOR IT !
But keep the colour code in mind, even if you are wearing a simple block kurta inside with a printed jacket, ‘light colour in-deep colour out’ .
Taking about accessorising your look , For this look i have used almost no accessories, the only accessory here is my sunglass. I am in love with these mirror glasses since they help you not over do with your look, but adds bling to the entire look.
Like I mentioned earlier about making a mental note about colors, it’s essential not go for more than two accessories ; and while it’s mostly mistaken that people go under, they actually use too many and miss to make a mark.
I hope everything I mentioned was of some help and for any queries you could comment below
PRO TIP : IT’S ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO STICK WITH COTTONS IF YOU AIN’T SURE OF HOW SUNNY IT COULD BE AND ON ANOTHER NOTE IF YOU STILL CAN’T DECIDE AS TO HOW TO LEVEL IT UP, WE ALL HAVE ( SHOULD HAVEEEE) A GO TO ACCESSORY.