WHETHER IT IS a quick fix with a scrunchie that you carry around on your wrist, or a sleek and sharp style, ponytails are what we are loving, now that summer is here. If you tend to always wear your hair down, now is the time for a bouncy update.
Nargis Fakri was recently spotted wearing her hair in a pony of a medium height and soft waves, with a slightly tousled pouf over the crown. This is a great look for a semi-formal event, like an office brunch or a date, as it is the right combination of dressy and effortless. Or if you have to spend most of your time outdoors in the sticky summer heat, Jennifer Lopez’s tight high pony will give you a youthful look, while keeping hair off your face.
The increasing heat and humidity are good reasons to experiment with cool updos and it couldn’t get simpler than a basic pony. Just dress it up with minimal, colourful or bejewelled bands depending on your mood, and you are good to go.
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LEMONADES, MOJITOS AND ice creams, what’s not to love about summer when you surround yourself with things that are refreshing to the senses and cool to the eyes. We are talking about mint green, the soft tint of a bluish green colour that we are looking forward to see more of, this summer.
Spotted on Sonam Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Shraddha Kapoor in India and on Hollywood ladies Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Connelly, this pastel hue has universal appeal.
Aamir Khan and Ayushmann Khurranna rocked the coloured bottom trend with bright shades of mint. They show that mint is an easy colour for guys to wear too; you can pick a tee or a casual shirt, or try out coloured chinos with a white or grey shirt.
Mint green can be your go to colour this summer, be it on crop tops, dresses or even diaphanous sarees for summer weddings. Enhance the colour with gold accents, in the form of a geometric statement necklace or strappy heels. But do try out this colour on your nails; a fresh, minty manicure is your quickest way to wear summer’s favourite colour.
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INDIAN WEDDINGS are known to be over-the-top with resplendent looks, jewellery and unavoidable need for multiple outfits. Summer weddings are all but a rage and putting together looks centres around looking effortless yet glamorous.
Recent fashion weeks witnessed bridal collections for the warm months. Falguni and Shane Peacock showcased a canvas of chiffon, georgette and tulle embellished with embroidery. The colour palette had everything from pistachio to ivory, black, gold and coral. Tarun Tahiliani created magic with the use of light fabrics, shimmer and soft shades like champagne, cream and white, although there were occasional pops of red! Rohit Bal on the other hand worked with deeper shades like maroons and midnight blue.
Get hitched in summer looking gorgeous and without sweating it out in light fabrics like net, georgette and chiffon.
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A FIRST IN a series of many more to come, Myntra TV presents some tips and tricks to try out at home. These DIYs (Do It Yourself) will help you get the most out of wardrobe. So why not start with something quick and simple? Here’s an easy way to do your own colourful, caviar manicure. Pretty nails, here we come!
WATERY COLOURS MERGING into each other for a soft and dreamy effect – ombre is what we are crushing on this summer. The lovely Aditi Rao Hydari wears it to perfection with pink and purple palazzo pants by Nachiket Barve, who is known for using ombre extensively.
The watercolour like effect of ombre shading reminds us of crushed ice candies and that’s what makes it perfect to chill out in the scorching summer heat.
Ombre is not limited to women’s fashion; men can wear it too. Your basic t-shirt gets a new look when it has an ombre shading, and is sure to make you stand out as you step out for some weekend fun.
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