“Burn your churi­daars!”

India Today - - SIMPLY PUNJABI -

SIM­PLE KAUR Sim­ple Kaur, who grew up in Odisha and moved to Chandi­garh af­ter mar­riage, cre­ates clothes that are es­sen­tially Pun­jabi, but fused with the essence from the re­gion she hails from. Sim­ple’s her bou­tique in Sec­tor 35, Chandi­garh is well- known across Pun­jab and is pop­u­lar with Pun­jabi film and mu­sic in­dus­try.

Fash­ion Mantra El­e­gant colour co­or­di­na­tion as the key to avoid­ing wardrobe fails. Well- fit­ted shirts and tops are highly rec­om­mended.

Trend watch Em­bel­lish­ments will be­come big­ger and bolder. Watch out for shararas they are go­ing to gain a lot of at­ten­tion .

Must Keep Cu­lottes, palaz­zos, peep- toe booties in bright colours. Tu­nics are also back in style. And yes, full length Anarkali suits are a must- have.

Must throw I want all women to just burn all their Churi­daars! I am sick of them; they are just so bor­ing, and mo­not­o­nous. Bor­ing black trousers, glad­i­a­tor-style footwear and pair­ing long kur­tis with pal­lazo- style sal­wars.

Style it The fewer ac­ces­sories you wear, the bet­ter. Just in­vest in a state­ment necklace. The rest is ir­rel­e­vant.

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