01/5Our B-town divas approve by these fresh hues for spring-summer

Our B-town divas approve by these fresh hues for spring-summer

The arrival new season not just comes with a promise of new hopes but also an epic wardrobe overhaul. The sun is finally out, the roads and lanes are shining brighter and it’s literally never gloomy. Safe to say, it’s time to do-away with your comfortable black leggings, beanies and turtlenecks (For now!) If you’re all about dressing up according to the mood, you’d want to switch to a serious palette of joyous hues. While it may be tempting to go back to your basic tees and tanks, only a bright hue has the power to shoo away all your blues. Read on through to see our favorite colours for the new season.

by Deesha Bondre
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02/5Citron

Citron

Citron is to bright yellow is what millennial pink is to hot pink. It’s a de-saturated, coy and shy variant of your usual run-in-the-mill yellow. Surprisingly, it has a unique way to brighten up skin, and is perfect for people who’re too skeptical to try out a bright hue. Katrina Kaif looks sophisticated and a ray of sunshine in this citron number.

by Deesha Bondre
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03/5Hot Pink

Hot Pink

Our inner Elle Woods has always been a fan of pink and from the looks of it; all our favourite designers are also on the same page! How else can you explain the parade of pink that went throughout the award season? Go all out while you pick your pinks – the more in-your-face, the better! We love how Janhavi Kapoor chose this fluorescent lehenga for a formal occasion.

by Deesha Bondre
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04/5Navy

Navy

Don’t let the age old fashion rules dictate your choice for clothes. Fashion has always evolved with time and so should you. This unexpected neutral hue can easily anchor all your outfits all spring and summer long. Think of it as “warm-weather-black” to dole out your spring summer lewks. Alia Bhatt smartly dressed into navy during the tricky transition weather.

by Deesha Bondre
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05/5Persimmon

Persimmon

It’s hard to define this colour out. But we’re going to try, nonetheless. It’s part-orange, part-red and part pink. It’s coral but slightly darker. It makes our Indian skin tone appear brighter – so, win-win right? Take cue from Rhea Kapoor from one of her campaign pictures for her clothing line. Interestingly, this colour can be worn both, day and night – depending how you decide to style it.

by Deesha Bondre
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