Are You Ready to Re-shuffle Your F-Q
WINTER!!! A season to party around. A season to woo yourself and also others, a season to dress up stylishly, fashionably and look colorful. But which colors to go with? What the doubt is about?!!. This is a season which gives us the opportunity to sport bright colors. One could surely explore conventional colors in this winter, which are to be ignored during summer for being too bright for a day. As winter is a season of festivity, the multitudes of colors are omniscient. Black is strict “no-no” for a summer day for attracting excessive heat. But during winter the charisma of this color is tough to beat. One can opt for black tuxedo, trench coat, cardigans. Some people have the tendency of relegating white from the wardrobe thinking it might appear too ordinary. But, let us inform those that this very color can rule the floor if paired in contrast with any color. Since, white is a universal color it can look good with anything adding sublimity to the color.
Red is a must default color in the wardrobe in this winter. One can effortlessly flaunt a red sweater or a red sweat shirt. The combination of red and white will help one looking smart and classy, white red paired with black can be a perfect style statement for any party. Yellow is another color that one can opt for, in this winter, paired with a black jeans or a sweater with the combination of yellow and blue can upgrade the style quotient.
Anything in orange can be another nice option for this winter, as it is not as louder as red nor, as innocent as yellow. An orange T-shirt teamed with a black or white pant will definitely do well, if it is carried off properly. Blue and green are the evergreen colors and can never be an eye sore.
But Brown n Grey are the colors which may not be the first choice in this winter. However, it is not advisable to reject them altogether. One may opt to wear a beige or brown jacket as they can gel well with other shades. A maroon kurta with a beige pajama can make one look magnificent in any traditional occasion.