Heating up the season

Cool Cats

Akanksha Bhardwaj

A student of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, she is wearing a top and shoes  from Zara, a skirt from Forever 21, a bracelet and earrings from Shoppers Stop and a neck accessory from Commercial Street.

I am in love with high-waisted skirts and off-shoulder tops these days and stiletto heels match the outfit perfectly. I tried to keep the accessories minimal. Fashion according to me is something you wear and looks good on you.

It should also make you feel great about yourself and give you confidence. It’s all about comfort and style put together and the way we express ourselves — it’s our identity.

Deeksha Vasunandan

A first-year business management student from Christ University, she is wearing a black and white printed dress from Forever 21, and black pumps from Nine West. 

My wardrobe is full of comfortable, casual and chic clothing which reflects the kind of person I am. I think being stylish without being comfortable or vice-versa isn’t the best way to dress.

Find the perfect balance of both and you'll do just fine! Dressing according to the season and mood is the right way to do it rather than just blindly following trends. For any kind of clothing, personality matters. You should have the confidence to carry off any dress stylishly. That’s my mantra for fashion. 

Reya Dutta 

A student of Commits, she is wearing a Jockey tank top and a muffler she bought online.
I don't believe in blindly following trends. I wear what suits my body and what I feel snug in. I like clothes that make me stand out in the crowd and I must admit that I have made some outstanding disasters in trying to do so!

My love for prints ranges from animal and florals to praisley to anything that catches my eye. I am usually too lazy to dress up for college but on special occasions I put in a little effort to look good.

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