Here are the top three styles that you need to follow to get back into the game.
Pastels are back
After spending months in quarantine wearing nothing but sweatpants and t-shirts in dull hues, it's finally time to flaunt the aesthetic side of our personalities. And pastels somehow blend in with the colours of the season. Romantic as they are, these colours look gorgeous on the Bengali belle — be it on a sari, kameez or a kurti. Just remember to pair the pastel fabric, whatever it may be, with a Baguette bag and colourful headgear. Yes, the '90s are back!
Long flowy dresses
Another trending 'blast from the past' item is the long flowy dress. You have already worn them in floral prints, but this time, designers mostly stick to the basic, plain fabric, highlighting the cuts and the flow. Minimalism at its best!
Hope you have been able to sense the vibe behind the trend— its comfort! The pandemic has certainly taught us to feel a special affection for this special category and hence, the idea is reflected in all aspects of life, including fashion.
This means that long flowy dresses are no longer paired with 6-inch heels and arresting jewellery but with regular sandals, flip-flops and single stone studs.
You want to show your flair, remember it's hidden in the simplicity.
Fashion statement masks
This last bit is a choice. One can wear the regular masks or fashion mask based on preference. But it's definitely the protective item that has become a mainstay in our daily lives. With this very information in mind, the fashionista amongst you can definitely show off your personality with this must-have essential item. Our suggestion would be to keep these masks in basic colours and try to match the outfits you have planned to wear throughout the day. I would definitely stock up on loads of masks in pastel shades for the season. I am sure, now that you know what's trending, you will too!
Photo: Sazzad Ibne Sayed
Models: Tania, Arpita, Manoshi
Styling: Sonia Yeasmin Isha
Wardrobe: Rose by Nizhu
Makeup: Noyon Ahmed