Get the chic look this summer

Skirts and dresses are top priority on everyone’s shopping list for summers. Stand out this season by flaunting smart pants and stay away from denims. Make cotton your best friend this season.

Published: 19th March 2013 10:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th March 2013 10:03 AM   |  A+A-


Palazzo pants:

These pants are comfortable, airy and uber cool. For a party you can team these with a sequined blouse and pumps. For a sober look go for a off white top and leather flat sandals. Keep the accessories minimal.

Wide legged cotton pants:

Invest in a pair of loose bright cotton pants this summer. They are comfortable and can be teamed with a variety of tops. You can wear these with T-shirts, sheer tops, cropped tops or spaghetti tops.

High waist wide legged cotton pants:

Pick one in beige of brown and nothing can be more comfortable. Pair these with bright cropped tops, sling bags and flat sandals.

Crepe pants:

These classy pants can be easily worn in summers. You can team these with your regular tops.

Linen pants:

A pair of high waist linen pants is a good buy as you can wear these almost everywhere. If you are going for a casual outing, team your pants with a casual cropped top or T shirt. For a more formal look go for a sheer top in bright colours.

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