Refreshing shades for young

Refreshing shades for young

Haute style

Refreshing shades for young

Style meets beautiful cuts and innovative designs in the latest 
collection from the brand ‘Monte Carlo’.

The warm season is all about exploring sandy beaches, vacationing at one’s favourite haunts and having a blast with friends and the brand offers designs which meet all these needs.

With colourful tops, tunics, shrugs and T-shirts, the collection offers the best of the lot, be it for the stylish young professional or the trendy teenager.

The unique patterns on the shorts and denims offer a refreshing touch to casual wear and the eclectic mix of patterns and prints make for great combinations.

Other highlights of the collection include embroidered tops, laser-cut details and a play on origami.

Manish Chopra, vice president — merchandising, says that innovation is their key element and the collection is focussed on providing perfect combinations for the young women of today.

He says, “Bell sleeves and see-through layered looks are the key points in this collection. Our looks are inspired from the 70s, but with a makeover.”

“Redefining a confident look with exaggerated lines, metallic effects, graphic prints on new-generation trenches, our 
collection includes floral prints which don‘t come as a surprise,” he adds.

The latest collection also has linen waistcoats for men, which can be teamed with other options to give a sophisticated formal look or a more modern one.

The colours used in the collection include candy pink, raspberry, lemon yellow, chromes and candid blues.

Nikitha R, a BSc student of Electronics, teamed a peach-coloured top with a trouser denim.
Punchline: “The flowy light-coloured top is perfect for the season. I love how it flatters any bodytype.”
Price: Top (Rs 1,215) and Denim trouser (Rs 1,799).

Merissa, a BA student of visual media, teamed a red top with a denim jeans for a cool look.
Punchline: “The bright red makes a great style statement when teamed with the smart denim jeans. I love the styling of the top.”
Price: Top (Rs 1,275) and denim jeans (Rs 1,699).

Ishmeet, a BA EPS student from St Joseph’s College of Arts, wore a white top with trouser denims.
Punchline: “The ethnic yet hippie feel to the top is great and works well for the warm season. I love the intricate work on the top.”
Price: Top (Rs 1,295) and Denim trouser (Rs 1,999).

Marvel Hoskins, a BSc CBZ student from St Joseph’s College of Science, slipped into a top in ethnic prints.
Punchline: “I love how the top can be worn by itself or can be teamed with a pair of pants for a more conventional look.”
Price: Top (Rs 1,145)

Drishya Menon, a BVOC student, wore a pink-coloured top with a pair of trousers.
Punchline: “The feminine print on the top goes well with the smart trousers. I love how the classic tassels have been used on the top.”
Price: Top (Rs 1,185) and trouser (Rs 1,345).

Tashaa, a BA student, wore a floral top with a pair of trouser
Punchline: “The classic floral print is always in vogue. I loved the combination and how it makes me look smart.” 
Price: Top (Rs 990) and Denim trouser (Rs 1,799).

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