Trends come and trends go but there are some tried and tested ones that are going to stay for a while. Here are the coolest trends that we can’t stop gushing over.

1. Cutesy Culottes


Striped, pleated, mid-rise, scalloped hems, you name it and you will find it. The best part about culottes is their versatility and comfort quotient. You can wear it to your office as well as a night out with friends.

2. Choker Necklaces To Seal The Deal

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Choker necklaces are the toast of the season where everyone is experimenting with this accessory. From pairing it with sarees to wearing it with off-shoulder tops, these necklaces are surely raising the temperature.

3. Buns And Braids

Miss Malini

Buns come in all shapes, sizes and styles. Running on a bad hair day, fret not as buns will not only save you from embarrassment but will also make you look elegant and presentable. If you have some time to spare then you can also try the French braid.

4. The Denim On Denim Look


This celebrity-approved look is your way to rock the street style with panache. You can also opt for denim dungarees if you want to look uber-cool.

5. Sneaker, Sneaker Everywhere

Sneakers can be paired with anything and everything and on top of that, they are not only cool but also comfortable. Opt for a funky pair of printed sneakers and you are good to go.

6. Adorn Those Dainties With Midi Rings

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Make your fingers do the talking as you stack them with these rings. Subtle, minimalistic yet sufficient to stand out and make a statement.

7. The Good Old Kurti Dresses

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Printed kurti dresses are the way to go if you want to look trendy and feminine. Team it up with a pair of statement jhumkas and you are good to go.

Also Read: 5 Protips for Colour Contrasting Your Jewellery With Your Wedding Outfit

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Hi,loved the article on good old kurtas with jhumkas an awesome trend of wearing jhumkas with the classic kurtas