Beat the Heat with This Ethnic Summer Style Guide
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  • Published: 24/07/2019
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Beat the Heat with This Ethnic Summer Style Guide

Whether it is about incorporating the hues of summer or getting your hands on the right fabrics for the season, here’s all the help you’ll need to style your wardrobe this summer. This guide compiled by our in-house designers covers everything from what fabrics to pick and the season’s colours to the trending patterns and styles for the women of today.

1. Pick fabrics that are airy, breathable and super comfortable indoors and outdoors. While Cotton and Linen are your best bets, other fabrics you can add to your wardrobe are Chanderi, Georgette, Modal Cotton and Kota. Lighter fabrics are important to keep your mood light in the scorching heat too!


2. Add as many pastels as you can to your summer purchases, including the likes of peach, pista green, yellow, powder blue, pink and more. Keep it cool with the lighter and brighter shades and say goodbye to the darker shades this season. Black colour absorbs more heat so it is best avoided in the summers.


3. You can never get enough of florals for the summer! While a range of geometrical patterns and paisley leaves are also doing the rounds, make sure you get suit sets with prints in happy colours on them and not the dull finish. However, florals top the chart when it comes to picking an ethnic wear dress for the summer. From small floral prints all over to bold floral motifs on your outfits, this design can never go out of fashion.


4. Choose from short kurtas, knee-length kurtis, crop tops and more for the top while you finalize a summer outfit. For the bottoms, our designers recommend breezy options like cigarette pants, palazzos, straight pants and salwars depending on what kind of look you want for the day. A combination of these is ideal for formal, semi-formal and casual occasions.


5. Keeping it minimal also helps a great deal during the summers. Try out one of Tacfab’s exclusive kurtis without a dupatta or grab a suit set with a light Net or Chiffon dupatta for an easy day. If you love accessorizing, stick to the minimal approach to avoid discomfort on a day outdoors.


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