Red Carpet Inspired Fashion Trends to Follow Right Now!
‘That Time’ of the year has just concluded when we stick to our screens to find the recent updates on who is wearing who at the red carpets. Met Gala and Cannes are over for the year and we have witnessed some amazing outfits that are going to lead the upcoming fashion trends by the hand to the tone these have set. If you want your fashion game to be on-point this year, follow the beauty/fashion trends we have listed below, and be your fashionable best –
Eye-Conic Look with Coloured Eyes
The biggest ‘it’ trend from this year’s Met Gala and Cannes to follow right now is the coloured eyes’ look. It had already been spreading quickly and got kindled further by the recent red carpet looks. This trend, thus, is definitely the one to look forward to, and invest in.
Tulle for the Delicate Look
This was the trend followed by most of the stars when they started planning their outfits for the red carpets for the year. Stars like Priyanka Chopra rocked this trend in both the events. With tulle, you can revamp your bright wedding outfits for a softer look, and also doll-up for any upcoming parties this year.
More is More
No need to stop yourself from going totally over the top when you step out for a party or plan your wedding outfits. Less is no longer more, as proved by the celebs on this year’s red carpets. You want a huge train attached to your wedding dress, go for it! You want a long veil to complement your lehenga, don’t let anyone stop you! You want to dress-up in puffed sleeves and waist details for a party, you can do it! Go make a statement.
Dew And Shine
The highlighter clad make-up trend is not going anywhere. The softer your face looks, the better are your chances to highlight the glow on your face. Minimal eye-makeup and lipstick with the rises in your face shimmered-up by the highlighter make you glow like a new bride, and let your skin to be the star of your look.
Drape-Up Your Dress
This can be a perfect idea for your reception/engagement dress or for any desi celebration you are attending. The indo-western touch you add to your dress can be a refreshing change from your monotonous Indian or western looks. Combine them both; get the best of both worlds!