has finally come a-calling; the sun is dazzling its last best smile,
the wind blows its final sun-kissed breeze and thus, the earth is
nothing short of a blazing oven. However, these tantalizing showers do
nothing for the heat whatsoever! If not for the air-conditioning, your
poor Ms. Bolly Chili
would have been shriveled to cinders. Alas, one
needs to be thankful for the little blessings in life. So while I take a
deep breath and count my good fortunes, take a quick look at what our
favorite B-Town stars like voguing up these humid torrents.
babe sure knows her style. Peplum skirts are the in-thing this season
but they are as tricky to carry off as they are pretty, especially with a
curvaceous figure. But Pari's combination here works perfectly as the
coral skirt and the full-sleeved white tailored shirt with minimum bling
complement each other beautifully. The simple ponytail for a hairdo
adds to the effect of the whole ensemble and Pari carries it off so
gracefully that it just wipes off all semblance of the brash brat of Ishaqzaade from my mind and replaces it with that of a pretty doll!
an evergreen part of the Indian attire. With some variations here and
there, there's always a new style to portray, and when it's Sonakshi
who's donning one, there remains little room for complain. Sonakshi's
fashion sense seems to impress many, especially when she can carry off
most outfits with ease. While some believe that the Dabangg
girl cannot carry the western attire as flawlessly, that is a discussion I choose to park for some other time. The neon-coloured kurta
with tapered salwar
inspired from her Rowdy Rathore
look are slick and simple at the same time. Teamed with a white dupatta
striped with colours and neon bangles, the attire can give you an instant desi
rarely go out of fashion. Small prints, large prints, animal prints,
flower prints or abstract prints, you name it and they have it all this
summer. Prints work well on shirts, kurtas
, jumpsuits and dresses
as well. But don't go for an assortment of prints on one single piece of
your wardrobe or that might just ruin the look. This orange-red dress
with huge white prints may not catch your eye at the first look but you
will soon be swept by the simplicity of it. Pairing the outfit with a
couple of heavy bracelets and hair flowing in wavy tresses, Neha exudes
the perfect summery look.Sonam Kapoor
paired with loose trousers are in vogue this season, and if white is the
colour of your ensemble, you can hardly ever go wrong with the look.
who is also a style icon for many, carries off this embroidered white
maxi with loose white trousers with aplomb. Accessorizing it with
metallic or earthy shades adds a subtle glamorous look to the summery
outfit. Loud colours of accessories can ruin the charm of the classic
white, so do be careful when putting together your attire.Malaika Arora Khan
can always work magic on your attire. They can be teamed up with tees,
dresses, shirts, playsuits and skirts. Bright colored jackets are the
latest fad in town. Team them up with pastel or earthy tones and they
can instantly pep up your ensemble. The bold beauty, Malaika Arora Khan
flaunts this soft yellow blazer with a printed dress. While Malaika
goes bold with the short length, you can also team it up with a pair of
jeans or trousers based on your outfit. Go unleash the summer vibrancy!Kajol Devgn
Floral prints and designs are synonymous with summers. Be it saris
shirts or dresses, floral prints pep up the wardrobe just like floral
fragrances pep up the spirit. What's best is floral prints work for all
ages. The flimsy fabric with bright colored flowers makes up a perfect
summery choice and Kajol
does justice to the outfit with the simple
drape.Amongst the many outfits that caught my attention,
these were some outfits that retained it. As I sign off, Ms. Bolly
Chili has a bit of advice for you: Go floral, go bright, but make sure
you get it right. As always, do let me know what your summer favourites are. Until the next time, adios!
Writer: Tia V.
Editors: Pooja B. & Jenifer Y.
Graphics: Saraa K.
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