A monochrome look is classic and safe, but it is always nice to add some colour to your look. By adding a pop of colour, boring outfits can be given an interesting and bright twist. What’s more? With different trendy ideas and different colours you can end up repeating the outfit without anyone ever getting to know it is the same. Now, doesn’t that sound perfect, ladies? So, we bring to you a variety of ways in which you can avoid looking too plain along with fitting your workspace or a special occasion perfectly.
Gone is the time when tights or leggings meant a blue, black or brown lower. Nowadays, a myriad colours, prints and textures are available to go with a neutral top or tunic. While you can keep the colour of your shirt, shirt dress or tunic restricted to beige or white there is absolutely no reason to not wear prints like Aztec, paisley or other geometric ones and let them be the highlight of your look. For a night out, you can even go for coloured pantyhose.
Go for an interesting neckpiece with beads or a big pendant with coloured stones, to wear over a classic western outfits. For your ethnic wear, go for beautiful sets with coloured stones and gems. A great way to add colour through jewellery is to go for colourful pearls. A bright and beautiful statement piece will surely be the talking point of your look. Even some vibrant and bold earrings, ring or bracelet is a fashionable way to add colour.
A fun and colourful bag whether printed or plain is the perfect go-to accessory that is sure to complete your look. Whether you are wearing denims or a plain Indian suit or saree, carrying a pop colour tote or clutch will grab eyeballs for all the right reasons.
A nice and subtle way to add some colour to your look is to layer it up. Jackets are a great trend these days, whether you are going for Indian outfits or western wear. You can also go for a colourful sheer jacket as well to match your outfit. This will make you look stylish and trendy.
Add a printed and vibrant scarf or stole to your plain look. It will help break the monotony of your look in a jiffy by letting the scarf do all the talking. For your ethnic wear, go with a bright dupatta, and match that up with your accessories in a subtle way.
Reflective sunglasses mean serious fashion today. It is also a nice way to make your neutral look edgy and fashionable. Of course, you can experiment with the colours of your choice like green, blue, yellow, orange and more.
Belt, Headgear and Shoes
Start experimenting with the colours of your belts and shoes. A plain grey or black dress can be accessorised well with a narrow belt in a vibrant colour. So, it is always nice to buy some different colours. Also, experiment with headgears, pick out some funky caps or simple hats to add a colourful tints to your plain outfits. You can also try something like Kangana does, to complement your Indian wear.