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29 Jan 2021

Vibe Check | Incoming Spring

It is a brand-new year! And while you were perhaps busy donning the greys and blacks at home all of last year, the fashion industry has moved on from the gloom. The fashion designers from all over the world are focussed on bringing in the cheer and brightness back to your lives and how! They depict optimism, a fresh new start, and they depict that it is time to get up, dust off, dress up and re-find your footing.


Here are the spring colours of 2021, your dose of the vogue!


The Pastel Yellow

Yellow has always been associated with happiness/chirpiness and often can add that extra zing to your wardrobe. Perfect for lifting up the Wednesday spirit we say! When you buy a colour like yellow, you normally go for the classic silhouettes because you are looking for longevity and a style that is more permanent in nature; like a functional outfit that stands out more for its colour than for the detailing.

Check out our pastel/mustard yellow pencil skirt here. Better to be spring-ready!



The Lavender/Lilac

When you think of summer and the corresponding colours that can cheer you up, the L’s often pop up in mind! Be it a chiffon dress, a satin scarf or flowy skirt, lavender and lilac are instant mood-up lifters. Energy-wise experts say that these shades are more futuristic, dreamy and soothing to look at.

It is as if we could hear you ask for it! Try our dreamy floral printed Lilac flare skirt. Team it up with a crop top or pair it with a kurta, leave those tresses open and try on the big jhumkas, if you will. Check it here.



The Bubblegum Pink

Too bright for you? We understand. Don’t want to buy a bright bubble gummy trench coat? We are with you. But think about the quirk it can add to your wardrobe. We are saying let us mix and match, tone it down and still keep the brightness intact. 2021 is going to be all about killing the gloomy demons and pepping it up! Better be ready.

Check this cotton top that combines the pink with white to give you the best summer look and also the freshness that your wardrobe desires! Check it out here.



The Sea Blue

Because, why not? The soothing effect of the sea blue colour is vastly known. Think of a georgette sea blue dress with frilly sleeves and delicate jewellery. We can almost see the hearts popping out of your eyes! Sea blue can have that effect on people. And the fashion designers around the world seem to be appreciating this fact for the upcoming spring.

Let us get cotton-y this summer with our sky blue and white trapeze dress! Pair it up with white sneakers and a smart sling bag, and you are ready to hop out! Check it here.


These were our favourites from the Spring colours of 2021. You must realize that your choice of colours goes much beyond what meets the eyes; it speaks a lot about you! If you wear a colour you are not comfortable in; it will definitely show. And there is nothing more than comfort, is there? You do you! And tell us which one is your favourite? 


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Bust Natural Waist Hip
XS 32-33" 26-27" 35-36"
S 34-35" 28-29" 37-38"
M 36-37" 30-31" 39-40"
L 38-39" 32-33" 41-42"
XL 40-41" 34-35" 43-44"
XXL 42-43" 36-37" 45-46"

*If your size falls in between the above sizes, it is recommended to opt for the smaller size or try the customized fits from Power Sutra.

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  • Trouser Length
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