There isn't a better time than now to indulge and invest in mind-boosting clothes. Since everyone could use a little pick-me-up during this very grey period, a silver lining in the form of bright and lively clothes would be great. With the festive season soon approaching, we thought, why not help you with cool new ideas to dress for it. And in our recommendations, we are touting prints as the must-have trend this season. For inspiration, of course, we suggest you turn to these up-to-date women who are ruling the Instagram fashion game with their outfit choices!
Here are 5 ways that we have seen influencers wear floral prints recently, and we can feel our mood elevating as we write.
Summiya Patni in this saree from Prints by Radhika makes us collectively crush over ruffles, pre-drapes and floral prints. Take notes from the blogger and pair yours with a waist-belt to amplify the effect. Go easy on the jewellery to let the saree do all the talking. Shop the look here!
Floral dresses FTW! Given the weather, a billowy dress was definitely on our wish-list, but now with a floral inclusion. Take a look at this white dress worn by Juhi Godambe that's inundated with pastel floral prints. If going subtle with your prints is your vibe, then this look is definitely for you. Style your outfit with contemporary danglers and a chic bracelet. If you are looking for options, we have an assortment of beautiful floral dresses for you right here!
Abstract prints are also a great way to make a head-turning statement. Take cues from Trishala Sikka in this orange and fuchsia anarkali by Nadima Saqib. While we absolutely LOVE the colour; we're also crushing on how she styled this look. The purple bangles complement the outfit in the best way possible, so does her choice of a bright lip colour. If wearing statement jewellery is your thing, consider this look with your printed outfit.
Shereen Sikka's anarkali-gown by Mahima Mahajan is a reflection of a full-bloom garden in the spring. If you're looking forward to recreating this look, make sure you go sans jewellery or opt for dainty stud earrings, given the detailing on the outfit. Shop the look here!
Natasha Luthra's lotus-printed blue sharara from Prints by Radhika is an unusual spin on the good 'ol floral prints. There's not a single element that we don't adore in this outfit, from the pretty motifs to the sequined kurta, we like everything about it. What's more? The pairing of oxidized necklace with the outfit that injects some boho vibe to the overall look!
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