“When winter comes, can spring be far behind”. Vasant Panchami marks the beginning of spring in India. This comes post Makara Sankranti, where every bush and bower will begin to bloom after the harsh and cold winter. The days get warmer and longer and nights cooler and shorter. Holi, the festival of colours is celebrated at the start of spring. The colours symbolize new beginnings, hopes and joys.
With the onset of spring, its time to put away the heavy winter clothes and welcome the trendy spring wear. This is the time to flaunt your style by wearing the floral, bright colour and snazzy designed skirts, tunics or pants. Floral printed sarees and floral denims have also made a mark this year and is here to stay. Add spring to your step by wearing bright floral prints of your choice this spring season.
Spring is the time to wear light and colorful tops and flowery skirts and shorts. Remember, spring is all about colours and the delicate floral prints looks bright and it’s your tribute to the spring floral blooms.
Lakme Fashion Week 2013, which was held in October, saw a drama on display. The designers patronized Indian culture in a grand way with Indian prints, fabrics and colours. Apart from the usual designer anarkali suits, trousers, pants, patiala salwars and churidars, a wide array of long and mini skirts and dresses were also showcased. The colours ranged from white, ocher yellow, Persian blue and other vibrant earthly colours. Added to that Kolhapuri chappals also rocked the ramps.
Let’s See the Collection Skirts
Mark the spring of 2014 with midis, short and long skirts. You will also find collections featuring full skirts that are longer than minis, trumpet skirts and knee-covering skirts. Circular skirts and pleated skirts will also do the rounds in spring. We leave you with skirts for this spring season.
Floral Pencil Skirt
The floral pencil skirt is the hottest silhouette. Pair it with a midriff peeking crop top or halter-top in solid or pastel colours. Embellish with your favourite pair of sunglasses and a pair of comfortable shoes.
Floral Print Skirt
A Floral print skirt with a small flare will make you look tall and slim. Team it with ankle or knee length boots. Solid pastel shades will do wonders. A bunch of stylish bangles and a bold neck piece, will enhance the overall look.
A stunning blue floral printed skirt will look good with any type of smart t-shirts. If you want to wear it to a party, get a matching tube top and a pair of pointed pump shoes will you a showstopper!
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An awesome crinkle short skirt for those who want to show-off their toned legs. Wear a pair of flat shoes and team it with a knitted top or an off-white top.
An awesome short skirt in mellowed green and blue can be worn with a contrasting yellow top. To keep all the attention on the skirt. Wear minimum accessories or just carry a stylish clutch bag and look outstanding.
Knee Length Skirt
A wrap-around knee length skirt with a flare is best suited on your holiday adventures at beach destinations. Pair it with a lacy top and steal the show!
Long yellow skirt with a broad red border is for an ethnic look. Ideal for a casual outing. Embellish it with a spaghetti top and a bright printed scarf.
Ankle length orange skirt with indigo blossoms splashed around can be teamed with a simple blue kurti and flat kolhapuri chappals.
Animal prints are back with a bang. Now, not only tops, but are also these prints are seen on stylish sarees, handbags and shoes too. A wrap-around purple animal print skirt can be best carried with a black tube top and a stunning neckpiece.