The August month in India is extremely humid, hot and sultry. In this weather it’s important to dress well as party time still continues in this season. Check out what are the hot colors this month.
Beige and Beyond
Pastel shades always receive a comeback this season. But what’s hot is the light almond shade. Team it up with a different vibrant shade like red and look fabulous. You can go for an anarkali or an indo western dress too. If you are wearing a sari, go for some stylish designs. Light embellishments on this shade can make a piece look extremely beautiful.
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Cool and refreshing, this is a shade that suits all occasions. A scuba blue sari with a halter neck blouse is simply perfect to grab every one’s attention. This fun shade is perfect to create a party mood. You can team it up with other shades to give an interesting touch but a dress in this shade will make you look absolutely gorgeous in the evening party.
Add A Dash of Tangerine
Highly energizing, this is a shade that will give an instant peck to your look. Team it up with shades like fushia pink or yellow and be the fashionista in the party. Be it a sari, a suit, lehenga or a short dress you will look ravishing indeed. While donning this color, keep your jewellery minimal.
Stay Cool in Icy Pink
A perfect color for the season, this will give you a feminine look for sure. A smart nail art in the shade will complete your look. Wear a long dress or gown with flares. A sari with a hint of embellishments will also look great. If you wish to wear an Anarkali go for the ones that have light embellishments or works in it. If you are looking for a designer suits in Kolkata, then Sasya has an extra-ordinary collection.
Pretty in Mermaid Green
It is time that you add a hint of soothing green to your wardrobe. An extremely interesting shade, it is advisable not to team this shade with any other color. Keep it simple be it ethnic or western, you will look absolutely gorgeous for sure.
So revamp your wardrobe with these hot colors this month.