1. Lehengas and skirts
Violets, lilacs and purple lehengas/skirts are ruling the runway for quite some time now and are a beautiful combination of Indian and western aesthetics. The colour when teamed up with gold sequins work, intricate gold embroidery or gold jewellery turns out to be a very classy yet effortless attire.
2. Experiment with textures/fabric
Satin sarees in the Very peri colour are avant-garde for any festivities and events, giving a charming and traditional appeal. Pair it with heavy silver jewellery or an embroidered blouse for an Indian touch to add beauty to the look. Beaded tops and sweaters in very peri tones are a popular choice among the gen z and millennials for its fresh, chic and comfortable look when paired with any bottom.
3. Bold look/winter clothes styling
For those who prefer to stay in their comfort zone, pairing this bright quirky colour with black and dainty gold jewellery is a perfect combination of colours, especially for the fall and winter season. When paired with neutral-toned coats and a muffler, this outfit becomes stylish boss- babe attire.
4. Casual wear
This cheerful hue is the talk of the town and a casual wear trendsetter. Whether it’s the cute and charming crop tops, the cosy oversized sweaters, or the evergreen ribbed bodycon dresses in lilacs and purples, there’s something for everyone. Bell-bottom pants, which were prominent in the 1970s, have set major fashion goals this year. Chikankari kurtas with exquisite silver embroidery in various colours of purple are a popular choice for striking the perfect combination of comfort and femininity.
5. Accessorize it up
Accessories are the blessings that complete the whole look. Bouji beanies in shades of very peri
is a cozy and smart addition to simple winter attire. The elegant yet funky ‘very peri’ is a great addition in any form to one’s wardrobe. The best part being the range of experiments that can be done with the hues and shades of the colour in all seasons with both ethnic as well as western apparels. From choosing a bold look to going for a subtle pastel one, we surely are spoilt for choices in 2022. The pantone colour of the year is surely a stunning way to flaunt