Dressed up casuals: New look for this summer

It is time to gear up with the heat in the bright days of summer and dressing up your casuals is the new look for coming summer. Linen shirts, colorful trousers, dressed up casuals, long blowy dresses and wide legged pants are also going to be in trend for this summer.

In a conversation with fibre2fashion, the head of designs of Blackberrys, Mr. Sandeep Khapra said, “Designer linen shirts with patch flap pocket options and Kurta inspired silhouettes shall make a strong style statement for the coming summer.”

“Color is moving into the uncharted territory of suits and trousers. Khakis in rich hues are new fashionable menswear staple, but color is also making its way in formal men’s suits, trousers as well as jackets and the colors for formal wears are very subtle such as dark wine and dark teal,” he informs. Read more
Courtesy :www.fibre2fashion.com

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