Know the right colours of season

Know the right colours of season
Bhumi Pednekar in Raisin's latest collection

Pastels are still trending and they always work their irresistible charm…

With so many options to pick from, choosing a color to wear can be difficult. Oftentimes, the choice can be further complicated by the event you're dressing for. Make the process of choosing a color easier by choosing colours that complement your skin's natural tones, wearing the best colour for the occasion, and using color to express your mood.

There was a time when everybody would wear Anarkalis. Seriously! Now, it's that time for the shararas. The best part is that there are few variations you can try with sharara suits. Some are tight around the thighs and then flare out at the bottom, while some are flared imitating the good ol' and favorite lehengas. Whatever you pick, it's going to work in the 2019 festive season.

While dual tones, and pastels always work their irresistible charm, some dark brooding colours do stand out because of their mystic nature.

When it comes to colours for this festive season, the pastels are still trending. Shades like coral and peach are the top picks everywhere. These colours are subtle and always work their irresistible charm, some dark brooding colours do stand out because of their mystic nature.

Browns aren't boring when worn in the right shade. Autumn/Festive'19 collections have a lot of rust-brown in the palette to embrace this color with charm. A lot dark but just the right brightness to lend your look a charming presence! Add in some jewelry, statement footwear, and bright sling bags to match up with the contrast. Silver jewelry add a satirical beauty to your look!

Maroon is as dramatic as black or red but has its distinct presence. This super elegant but deep scarlet color is perfect for most festivals to embrace the femininity with grace. Pair it with fusion accessories and makeup to make a revering impression.

Certain hues of Green create an unmatchable vibe that you can flaunt with élan for the festive days. From Dhanteras to Diwali Pujan green holds a special reverence for the days that are full of colors and lights. A-Line maxi dress in Chiffon and embroidery or just a silk green kurti with stone studded details, you can embrace this color in all beauty with silver accessories, gold-toned watches, and statement footwear.

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