Bright colours in fancy cuts

Bright colours in fancy cuts

Summer brings with it a spurt of bright colours. Keeping this in mind, the brand W offers a range of bright attires in its latest ‘Spring Summer Collection’. The different trends, silhouettes and styles of the outfits set this brand apart.

Reflecting the moods of the season

The ‘Spring Summer Collection’ of W, a brand dedicated to women’s wear, boasts of bright colours, beautiful floral patterns and different concepts merged together. The tastefully designed clothes are sure to bring out the best in any woman.

The contemporary cuts and styles are paired elegantly with different colour schemes, which make the clothes a must-have. The brand’s latest collection is chic and comprises of rich colours as well as neutral tones. “It’s a clean and classic look inspired from the Ottoman art, Sicilian folk art, pixels and linear florals,” says a spokesperson from the brand.

“Spring brings with it a lot of colour and joy. So W has creatively blended the colours and moods of the season to create an exquisite range with vivid hues, splendid silhouettes and various styles to add a unique twist to an Indian woman’s wardrobe,” he adds.

The ‘Spring Summer Collection’ consists of an entire range of clothes from kurtas to trousers, skirts to palazzo pants, gilets (coats) and waistcoats in the trendiest prints creatively crafted to suit the needs, styles and comfort of the customers.

Apt for the season, the range includes vibrant colours like dazzling blues, splendid shades of red, pink, orange, lime punch etc. The silhouettes are crafted in different styles like that of a handkerchief hem, A-line maxi, the wrap, fit and flare, V-shapes, cocoon and boxy shirts.

The experimental styles, cuts, colours and prints render a cosmopolitan look to the entire collection. The brand has primarily focussed on silhouettes which provide comfort and ease to its customers.

The key collections of the season are ‘Alchemy’, ‘Nizam’, ‘Primrose’, ‘Blue Pottery’, ‘Lilian’, ‘Floris’, ‘Martini’, ‘Evelyn’, ‘Avri’, and ‘Periwinkle’. The brand has also created a niche in the world of accessories and bags.  

The bags include a huge range from totes and clutches to evening bags. The jewellery collection has a mix of products like neck pieces in braided and geometrical forms, cuffs, bracelets, earrings etc. 

The collection has something for everyone from flowing kurtas with detailed sequin work to solid colours which have been combined with beautiful patterns and prints. The brand also has an enviable collection of bright skirts and trendy shrugs in different patterns and colours. The affordable price range has made W a very popular option among the youngsters and young professionals who want to wear clothes that are stylish as well as comfortable.

Ashwini, second-year biotechnology, Oxford College of Science, opted for a Bohemian look with a mustard yellow printed skirt, a blue top and a white crochet shrug.

Punchline: “The look is feminine yet youthful. The blend of colours and designs makes this attire a perfect choice for a party with friends. The skirt is my favourite and the crochet shrug adds to the look. I am definitely picking up this skirt.”

Price: Mustard yellow printed skirt - Rs 1699, blue top - Rs 999 and white crochet shrug - Rs 999.

Zoe, second PUC, Arts, Christ Junior College, went for a printed peacock green and electric blue kurta. The electric blue leggings and white long strap bag complemented the look.

Punchline: “It has a very contemporary and chic appeal. The fabric is comfortable and apt for summer. The colours stand out and I really like the fit of the kurta. The colour combination is unique and the outfit can be worn to a casual outing with friends or a party.”

Price: Peacock green and blue kurta - Rs 999 and electric blue leggings - Rs 599.

Usha, final-year fashion technology, Oxford College of Science, wore a pair of bright patiala pants in floral prints and teamed it up with an orange top.

Punchline: “The outfit is funky and bright. The patiala    pants can be worn with tops and short kurtis in different colours. I have never worn something like this. It looks very stylish.”

Price: Floral patiala pants - Rs 999 and orange top - Rs 1,299.

Chandni, first-year fashion technology, Oxford College of Science, wore a flowing burnt pink and black anarkali set with a zari border and sequins work. The black leggings and dupatta with a sequined border brought out the look.

Punchline: “I like the fabric. It is light and yet looks very elaborate and festive. I can definitely wear it for a wedding or party. The burnt pink is beautiful and goes very well with black.”

Price: Pink and black ‘anarkali' set - Rs 7,999.
Crystal, second-year PUC, Commerce, Jain College, Jayanagar, wore a pink and orange striped kurta and teamed it up with simple white leggings and a cotton dupatta. The pink handbag completed the look.

Punchline: “The colours on the outfit are beautiful and go well with each other. The look is casual yet elegant. Summer is all about wearing bright and comfortable clothes and this look fulfills all the requirements. The best part about this outfit is that it can be worn to college or a formal occasion.”

Price: Pink and orange kurta - Rs 1,199, white leggings - Rs 599 and white dupatta - Rs 599.

Trishala, second-year PUC, Commerce, Jain College, Jayanagar, wore a bright yellow short kurta with blue prints. She paired it up with white leggings and a white cotton dupatta. 

Punchline: “It has a very nice summer appeal and is extremely comfortable. What I like the most about this kurta is that it can be clubbed with many things like a patiala or bright pair of leggings or salwar. I like the colours that have been used in the kurta too.”

Price: Kurta- Rs 999, white leggings - Rs 599 and white cotton ‘dupatta’ - Rs 599.

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