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Play with textures in winters

I have had this grey fascination for as long as I remember. As a result, almost all my wardrobe is full of greys. How can I make this colour more interesting for my work wear?

To begin with, get rid of all the greys of your mind, only then can your grey matter get some boost. You can always jazz up the boring grey with a dash of neon. With a grey suit, you can team a neon T-shirt with a peek-a-boo effect. You can also jazz up your grey party dress with some sequinned clutch and pumps, or by adding any neon accessory. A colourful scarf can help jazz up your look. Accessories are the best ways to make a difference. Just remember not to overdo!

It seems graphic printed saris are very in this season. How do I style this saris for the maximum effect?

Go for saris that have a mix of digital prints and solid colours. Choose from a range of quirky prints and team them with some nice blouses. A good pair of earrings can complete your look. You can create this graphic print look yourself, by mixing 3-3 printed fabrics of your choice and exchanging borders.

I had got this long tie-n-dye shirt in my favourite shade of blue two years back. Now they seem to be so out of fashion. How can I still make it look fashionable? Please advise.

Well, tie-n-dye will always be in fashion, as it is a part of India’s great craft heritage. Try pairing your shirt with a nice embroidered bolero or shrug, and clinch the waist with a belt. You can also team it with a palazzo, and using a belt in the waist, you can give some definition to your body amidst all these flowy silhouettes.

How do I wear a plunging neckline dress without looking tacky?

Ensure that the dress has a boning at the neckline to give proper support and structure to the dress. Short dress with a plunging neckline should be avoided. The correct undergarment is also a key for working this kind of a look. Don’t wear necklace. Accesssorise with a bold cocktail ring or cuff.

I love layering my clothes. How do I play with layers in my winter dressing?

The best thing about winter is layers. And don’t be afraid to play with textures while you’re at it. Wear a loose knit sweater on a crepe skirt. Angora roll-necks and sheer blouses add softness to slick leather bottoms, while faux fur edging on quilted coats and cardigans is a subtle way to work the trend.

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