Ten Style Codes To Steal From Actress Designer Dancer Pernia Qureshi

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With her outfits on-fleek and hair never out of place, is it any surprise that actress-designer-entrepreneur-dancer (phew!) Pernia Qureshi’s style offerings always get a 10 on 10? TheTradeBoss delves into her archive to pinpoint the rules of her ace fashion game. 

 
 
 
Experiment with Indian wear
 
 
 
Out with the old and in with the experimental. Qureshi demonstrates that new-age silhouettes are the easiest way to stand out in a sea of Indian outfits. Think peplum blouses with dhoti pants, cropped jacket-style blouses and unconventionally layered ensembles.
 
 
 
 
Go white when in doubt
 
 
 
A sophisticated hue that always works like a charm, white is Qureshi’s go-to colour. Whether a simple white midi dress or a sleek kurta and churidar, it is pristine perfection.
 
 
 
Statement earrings for the win
 
 
 
Here’s a fail-safe trick to take your look from ho-hum to glam—just slip on a pair of look-at-me statement earrings. And in this case the bigger, the better.
 
 
 
 
Dare to bare
 
 
There should be no half measures when an unabashedly sexy look is what you’re going for. Take a cue from this Delhi girl and opt for bold cut-outs and mega slits on an-otherwise simple dress.
 
 
 
Try ombré for easy chic
 
 
 
Looking to make maximum impact with minimum effort? Tap into the power of a gradient outfit. Case in point: the debutante actress’ ombré sari from her eponymous label.
 
 
 
Play with prints
 
 
 
Multi-coloured, floral, bohemian or polka dots; on a dress, skirt or suit—a strong prints game livens it all up.
 
 
 
 
Aim for comfort
 
 
 
Qureshi’s recent Indian looks, advocating wide-leg palazzo pants instead of sleek churidaars, prove that style needn’t come at the cost of comfort.  
 
 
 
Pant suits can be made sexy
 
 
 
When everyone's busy wearing basic black or white suits, go with a monochrome graphic print or a polka dotted one to stand out. If you’re aiming for impact, swap out a tank top or button-down for a bustier instead.
 
 
 
 
Match your hemline to your mood
 
 
 
A thigh-grazing printed mini for when you’re feeling flirty or an anti-fit midi for a more laidback vibe—your hemline should always be in tandem with your mood for the day.
 
 
 
Explore the monotone route
 
 
 
There are many merits of wearing a single colour head to toe—it elongates your frame, has a slimming effect and is easy elegance at its best. One piece of jewellery or a bold lip colour is all you need to round off the look.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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