Now that printed co-ords are helping most of us become headturners, there are no second thoughts about the 90s being back in vogue. We’ve spotted these sets at every other fashion scene — the runways, streets, movies, brunches, you name it. In fact, printed co-ords are now a part of the irresistible sartorial set. With shorts, skirts, pants, or even culottes, printed co-ords are for fashion connoisseurs. Looking to do absolute justice to this set? Here’s how you can…
Layer & Contrasts
The new rule in fashion is: nothing is too random. Take this floral beige shorts and cami set for example, that we’ve teamed up with a tangerine coat. Though unusual and unexpected, there’s something about this look. It’s the perfect piece for those of you who are a little unsure of their body type but aren’t willing to shy away from wearing the best outfits. Complete the look with heels for a rather dressy look. You can also opt for flats or bellies for an effortless avatar. Remember to keep the bag less bulky as it’s an easy look.
Effortless & Boho
This is the ultimate look to be both comfortable and stylish. A printed set featuring culottes or pants is nothing but comfort at its best. Show off a bit of that midriff and shoulder, and you’re going to play the ‘fashionista’ part right. This will also make for a great travel look, perfect to move around in and go places. Remember to keep all the accessories muted here. You can experiment with neckpieces with beads, layered chains or even a cane hat with this look. A word of caution; this may not be the best look for short pear-shaped body types.
Take the suit out of the boardroom and you’re still a power dresser, in an absolutely admirable way. Keep the accessories and other details simple and low on quirk with this look. You can take this piece a notch higher by skipping the bralette altogether. Remember, fit is the key here. If the fit goes haywire, this can leave you looking a bit like a high-school dork or Mia Thermopolis before she became Princess of Genovia.