Dress to impress with the new mix and match collection from BIBA
Trying new Arrival mix and match with your clothes is a sure-fire way to spruce up your wardrobe without spending a fortune on it. BIBA’s latest offerings are a mix of the snazzy and comfortable that’ll keep you feeling great and looking chic throughout the day. Whether you are looking for work wear or something more dressy, you can always conjure up a style unique to your personality.
You can choose from a variety of straight, cotton-knitted churidars to wear under kurtas, and set yourself free from the struggle of ‘what to wear’. Apart from stocking up on evergreen white, black, and cream leggings which can be worn with almost any kind of kurti, check out some off beat colours like the gold brocade flared churidar which can be worn to special occasions. If you wish to dress down and still make a statement, pair the gold churidar with the black straight viscose tunic. It would make for a smashing combination without appearing to be overdressed. Paint your lips a bold red and don a chunky necklace to complete your look.
If the latest mix and match clothes tempt you, make sure – while choosing - to maintain a uniformity in texture, and colour combination. Eccentricity isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, so do exercise caution while venturing into this territory. Experiment with tunics this season, for a semi-formal look. Pair the wine-coloured cotton straight tunic with white cotton flared palazzos for a casual, breezy look. Cotton is best suited for sunny days and a pair of palazzos lends a dash of glamour to your look. Accessorize with subtle jewellery and a pair of colourful flats to look effortlessly classy.
As the autumn-winter fever spreads across stores, the trend of new Arrival mix and match clothes is taking over the women’s clothing departments. The sheer red chanderi dupatta, draped over a simple off-white cotton Anarkali kurti will make for a simple yet sophisticated look. By pairing with chandelier earrings, you can add a touch of old world charm to your ensemble. There are usually no rigid colour schemes to follow, but one should always follow a few fashion basics while mixing and matching. You can break the monotony of a single colour with a vivid dupatta or opt for a contrast between the top and bottom garments. Remember, less is always more in the realm of fashion!