5 ways to delightfully sort your wardrobe for the summers

Fusion outfits

Comfort is the only in- thing in the world of fashion now. And to pair up functionability with elegance and oomph requires mixing and matching to quite some extent. So read on to discover some soothing summer styles that combines the grace of Indian attires with the flair of the western outfits to arrive at a perfect cocktail of style and class!


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Mix desi charm with comfort as you prepare to strut around a long day at work with the super elegant salwar miraculously transformed into a chic one piece suit to take care of all those issues of clumsiness while endowing you with ease in plenty.


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Trust me, its not only a shirt or a tee that you can tuck in your jeans for the suave look. Try doing the same with your kurtis and you will feel ‘liberated’ to no ends with the free fall of the Indian wonder giving your curves just the right accentuation for that super sexy look!



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You can pair your denims with umpteenth number of things. And with evolving fashion choices endowing you with the privilege of matching everything over virtually anything, ‘Choli’- the quintessential Indian kameez is in for a major makeover. Pair a sequined one with a pair of washed out jeans and you will be ready to rock the world with the allure of your desi tadka.



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Kurtis are the most versatile of Indian dresses. from pairing them with shorts or jeans, to tucking them in or even matching them with palazzos and skirts, you can wear them with every thing. Or even with nothing. Literally. Uh? Simple, wear them plain, like a dress. And you won’t have to worry about not having many casual outfits to shine on that fun day out.



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So when you have paired your pants with a blouse, why not try draping your saree over a crop top. Anyway, crop tops are not very different from blouses, and you even have the option of flaunting your toned midriff if you are comfortable with the pallu curling its way over your waist rather than flowing over your upper torso.