Two halves make a whole

Immensely wearable, prints have always been in the fashion books, it just keeps evolving itself to keep up with the trend. Read on what we have on our top charts today. It is enticing enough to endeavor our reviving style.
Prints on fabric bear a profound effect on the moods and attitude of the wearer and has a direct correlation to his/her high spirits as well. We believe food for clothes are PRINTS and prints are forever iconic, whatever the season be. But lets bring in a twister here; wear 'half & half' and break the routine.
Urmi manages to swing the spot light on her with the prudent stuff. She chose to wear her half & half top with rolled up onion pink cotton trousers and studded stilettos. Hemal's outfit proves there's always a room for a bit of childlike fun in fashion and it completely focuses on comfort and looks stylish too.
PS: It could be a combination of two prints, blend of a print and a solid color, or any two concepts merged in together creating an interesting ensemble.
On Urmi: Top & Neckpiece, Bangkok| Pants, Promod| Shoes, Charles & Keith| Bag, Zara
On Hemal: Top, Fashion Street| Bag, Promod| Neckpiece, Charlotte Russe| Shorts, shoes, handcuffs, ring - Bangkok
Photo Courtesy: Mansi Shah

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