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Healthy, outdoorsy & natural trends to take over S/S17
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Jan '17
With the unveiling of Greenery as the colour of the year for 2017 by Pantone, the mood for spring/summer hints towards more healthy, outdoorsy and natural trends. Designers are moving beyond the clichéd florals to create earthy looks to offer the rekindle-with-nature vibe. Usher into 2017 with fluid fabrics and oversized chic silhouettes to sway in style.
 
“Anything in linen and mulmul to up the coolness quotient will work well. Even loose Moroccan pants. For a formal evening, teaming up a black or midnight blue long tunic with a contrasting light coloured pyjama or pants will look stunning,” says New Delhi based fashion designer Madhu Jain about spring/summer 2017 trends for clothing items.
 
Long and light cover-ups for summer, sheer shirts or kameez, and bell sleeved shirts will be in trend for the coming summer, according to designer Ragini Ahuja. For Samant Chauhan, knee length dresses, embellished footwear and leather bags, would be the most sought after things.
 
Shikha Ghalsasi predicts that cotton dresses, an embroidered vest coat and quirky scarves will be in-things for the upcoming spring/summer, while Sonam & Paras Modi expect embroidered cape jackets, sultry bustiers, and edgy pants to be top trends.
 
Click here to read what prominent designers expect the trends to be, in terms of colours, fabrics/textures, prints/embroideries/embellishments, and silhouettes, for spring/summer 2017.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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