Street style is all about defining your own fashion inclinations, maybe taking inspiration from a bouquet of prevailing or retro trends. It is vibrant and joyous and ever youthful. Make it yours.
Define your own ‘contemporary ethnic’
There is only one rule here: there is no one rule! Mix, match (or un-match) and do as you please. Pair Indian and Western or Indian motifs and Western silhouettes. An ethnic top does well with flowing culottes as does the smart black Western-cut tunic with a cowl neck from Melange paired with straight pants or even a long ghagra-skirt. A pair of boots and chunky jewellery (hoop earrings or danglers) would complete this look perfectly.
Printed tops with pants
You’ll love the floral print top from Code paired with a colour echo from the flowers in the flowing pants. Nothing does delicate as well as lace. The lace overlay top from Bossini looks good and feels great. Pair with subdued lowers in a solid colour. Let the lace take centre stage.
Midis to ace the cool look
When maxis are too long and minis too short for you, the way to find yourself on fleek, and be cool is in a midi. This striped midi from Ginger is super versatile. Choose to top it with black or any colour of the stripes. Midis are also for those occasions when you want to look good and make a charming ladylike statement – check out the floral number from AND.
Denims never die
And why should they? Nothing like denims to find your fashion fit for most occasions. Dress them up or down as liked. Blue washed denim shorts to define casual or the semi-formal white denim jacket – both from Ginger or your favourite cut in jeans – do the denim, it’s a perennial in street style.
Jackets that slay with style
There’s something about a long jacket that defines smart. Straight, long jackets complete the attractive nerdy-in-vogue look. Tie-up jackets from Code, in dark and light colours, create a stylish look in an instant.
You’re now ready to go slay the streets in style!