5 Significant silk Saree Colors to Wear in the Summer Season
With all the feminism spurred into motion again after the International Women’s Day and with the attack of the Corona Virus threat, we ‘re destined to stay up locked at home. But that does not mean we cannot join up for light gatherings at home among the non-infected people. Yes sure we do. And with so much work from home calls to be taken and having to sit for hours before the video calls at times, dressing up in the most favorite colors, light and keeping away from the summer drooling effects is essential.
So we have some chosen color that you might like to try this summer season for sure. I would like to get some serious summer feeling vibes sitting back at home
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Shades of Pink
I think you can pick up the floral prints this Valentine’s Day 2020. Floral print silk mark sarees can be a generous drape and can perk up with light and stylish accessories this season. But what are the accessories that you will like to pair up with your drape? Here are my ideas, hope you will like them and will get back to me in my comments or maybe on my channels on Facebook and Instagram.
Shades of Orange
May or may not be the obvious choice for many, but orange has gained a huge momentum this year as the summer color. Runways and celebrities and street style stars as well as back up on this. Burnt orange is one of the trending colors - a tricky color but I know you will pull up with the drapes we have in this shade.
Shades of Yellow
Bring on the bright and bold version of this shade - since my list won't be complete without this color. The color of the sun, the most happy color and it screams of summer year after year. It instantly boosts our mind simply by bringing smiles on your face.
Shades of Blue
With blue being the color of both the sky and the ocean it immediately has a calming effect on the person. Whether dark or light, blue is able to evoke a serene feeling indeed. In pulling this summer color, we realized that we have not yet compiled a guide on how to wear the various shades. I will be doing it soon.
Shades of Green
Two different kinds of green have been in the move this month: forest green and mint green - it can be darker, richer and herbaceous. You can wear them as a luxury color and even seen on the runways easily on the celebrities. Even pistachio green and lime green are also rocking for the summer months. They are cool and refreshing aqua time shade, which you will love to sport any time.
There you go....Simple and straightforward, our saturated sartorial selection for this sun-drenched season, though we are not stepping outside the home, but wearing this shade to your WFH office or simple home gatherings can be great. Now if you have to vote for your favorite of these five colors, which color will you cast your vote?
Stay safe during this Coronavirus threat! Stay home, stay protected!
Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.
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