Smart Casuals New Trends in 2018
Added: (Wed Jan 31 2018)
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New Year means new beginnings, it is time to change your style. And that means, you need to bring a change in your wardrobe. Do we see a frown? Are you at total loss about the new style trends in casuals in 2018? Let us help you as we speak about the 5 trends that are going to be big in casuals in 2018.
According to Sir Hardy Amies, 'smartness is more a matter of appearance of your clothes rather than their style'. Pristine is the operative word here. Being smart-casual is a way of life, so if you have the attitude, you must flaunt it with élan. A nice T-shirt paired with indigo jeans will any day look better than stained trousers and wrinkled shirt. The idea is to look nice even when the event is informal. Making no effort is not acceptable.
There are jackets and then 'there are jacket's. The difference is subtle, but the impact is so different. Let's talk about the current rage; the bomber jacket. A bomber jacket is so smart that you can easily team it up with any western and even ethnic wear. Easily wearable with a T-shirt, you just need to be careful about the fit which should be snug. The jacket's shape should drape your torso in such a manner that it forms a neat crop down at the waist. When you go to a house party and hang the jacket in the peg, the question that should come to you 'where did you get it?'. And then you know that you have truly started a trend.
For a more Euro-inspired fashion, you can opt for the blazer and the roll neck. It is less fussy than a shirt and can be easily worn under the blazer. Or simply wear it under the biker jacket; the high-low combination will be quite deadly.
Why should men hog the limelight in New Year? Women who love to flaunt their casual fashion, should know that well-tailored outfits are the call of the day. Whether you like them body-fitting, comfy or loungy, they should be well-cut. There is simply no alternative to it. When you opt for an anti-fit silhouette, the ensemble should be well-stitched so that it stands out.
While choosing the prints, think about smaller prints; they look neat and definitely less cumbersome. Whether it is an anarkali, printed saree or even a printed lehenga, smaller prints create a nice look.
Simaaya, Sasya and Siyaa are the three brands founded by Rachit Agarwal and Mayank Agarwal. Sasya prides itself on exclusivity; 'rare' is the exact word which describes the beautiful designs of Sasya. Boasting of an extensive collection which includes ethnic, wedding, casuals, and prêt wear, Sasya emphasizes on finesse and detailing in cuts, and designs.