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How to pick the perfect summer party wear

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Hair spas done, skin checked. We have been doing everything else that takes to look fab this party season. Now, how to get the perfect dress? Only if that was as easy, isn’t it girls? We give you a few pointers that will help you pick the right dress and rock the party!

Bye to black, hi to colors

Until and unless there is a colour code, never go for black because colors are more appealing, they look much cheerful than block black. Now the problem is what for which skin tone? So, the answer is: Go for pinks and greens if your skin tone is dusky and opt for bright berry colours if you are fair.

For casual day time parties or brunches, single out bright colours like yellow, green and blue and lighter shades for night.

Embrace metallic

Metallic was a big moment during latest spring summer walks. An off shoulder dress shall bring the retro charm back and keep you super modern in the dance floor with no need of disco ball. So girls, up the artistic appeal of yours and hunt down a gown that can create magic.

Head to 80s disco

Show hard glamour . . . break the sequins and flaunt a thigh skimming hemline for that awestruck moment. Add tights and metallic sandals for chiller summer evenings. Brave the high thigh slit to hit the summer, get clicked and say Thank you AAW.

Vogue spring summer 2016 collection
Vogue spring summer 2016 collection

Sunset Hues for a sundowner

For a sunkissed skin, what could be better than hues of sun. You have a huge choice from hues of sun like fiery orange, yellow, cinnamon etc.

Vogue Sunset pallate collection
Vogue Sunset pallate collection
Vogue Sunset pallate collection
Vogue Sunset pallate collection

Accessory tips

Pair a plain dress with a heavy choker or long chandelier earrings.
Indian jewellery teamed with a plain dress is very chic. If you are wearing an embroidered dress or one with embellishments or sequins, keep the accessories simple; like studs for earrings or a plain scarf.