When it comes to female style, no rules apply. The change in season means an overhaul of the clothing lines. As summer sets in, get glimpse of array of latest styles with Sakhi.

Evergreen floral prints:

Solid colour gowns have usually been preferred, but this summer pastel shades are very much in vogue. Light floral prints have become popular amongst fashionistas.

Cat-eyed sunglasses:

Colourful sunglasses were in trend last season. But with celebrities going for the bold cat-eyed glasses, it’s clear that this hot trend is here to stay. Wayfarer and cat-eyed glares are gaining popularity.

Experiment on cuts:

Designers always experiment on kurtiz and tunics. But last winter stylists showed their creativity in jacket-style courts. Inspired by this experiment, a unique jacket-style kurta with cuts has been designed.

Ethnic and western touch:

The fashion-conscious youngsters are always in a fix over choosing between ethnic and western wear. They want a touch of novelty to their traditional clothes. The evolution of fusion wear is the most drastic transformation. Designer dresses made with ethnic touch gives stylish and sober look.

Florescent colours:

Neon or florescent colours are very much in vogue these days. These colours are no more restricted to dresses so much so that designers are experimenting these shades in footwear as well. You can easily spot neon coloured accessories.

Layering in skirts:

Designers have followed the concept of layering in skirts. They have focused on asymmetrical designs instead of simple layering.

Bling effect:

Designers prefer metallic embellishment for bling effects in outfits.

Loose dresses:

Linen and cotton clothes are being given flowing effect. This will become the trend in summers. It will also give soothing effect in scorching heat.

Victorian look:

 It’s not hard to get the Victorian look. You just need to team your golden net fabric with laces and frills. This will surely add extra zing to your personality.

Traditional look:

This look inspired by traditional attire of Gujarati men - chhorno and kediyo. Cotton drawers or pajama pants called chorno and angrakkha style kurta called kediyo are catching up among youngsters these days.


Trousers have replaced churidaar pajama. You can easily team up slim fit cigarette pants with kurties and tunics. This season is all about fusion.

3D effect:

If you want to look unique and want to show your eccentric style, you can flaunt with 3D effcts on your outfits.

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