Partywear tanks are being replaced with dramatic sleeves, slip dresses are paired with a turtleneck, designer dresses for women are going southwards with their lengths, adding up a few extra inches on the hemline.
Concealing the silhouette and the surface of the body is now in vogue, owing to latest exhibits by fashion labels like Victoria Beckham and Tom Ford. Wondering how to replicate the top-to-toe dressing trend without becoming invisible in a pile up of clothes? We’ve literally got you ‘covered’!
1. Pastel Pile Up
Play with the top-to-toe trend by infusing pastel pile-up fashion. Take a cue from Victoria Beckham and go print mixing in pastels. Wear a pleated midi skirt with a shirt tucked in. Keep the tones and prints similar to flaunt a casual, daytime look in cover-it-alls.
2. The Denim Redux
Blend two of the season’s hot fashion trends, denim-on-denim and cover-it-all silhouettes. We mean full length bottoms and billowy cuts in denim. Take out a pair of denim palazzos and a flowy blouse to add drama to your ‘cover-up’ style. Add accessories like a sleek belt and a long necklace to create horizontal and vertical lines that cut out the unnecessary bulge.
3. Power Dressing In A Trouser Suit
Nothing matches the strong yet subtle message of power and authority exuded by a slick suit. Follow the latest trends in fashion by teaming up a matching pair of trousers and an oversized blazer to show them who’s the boss!
4. Bold In Black
Name one color that is always going to be in vogue, and no points for guessing. Yes, it is black. This darkest of all shades always ramps up the appeal of trendy clothes. Replicate a runway cover-it-all look with a round neck vest, a long-line shrug, tights and boots, all in black.
Play smartly with cover-up fashion by choosing tunic dresses and women’s jumpsuits crafted from LIVA – a fiber cellulose fabric by the Aditya Birla Group. Its soft yet structured finish lends refinement to any silhouette.
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