London, 25 May: As the fuss over the pandemic seems to be ending in the UK and across the globe, unrestrictive fashion looks to be the flavour this summer.
London-based ethnic-fusion designer and the founder of the fashion brand, Myosutra, said: “Whether it is a casual day wear or wedding outfits, ‘fuss-free’ fashion will be the rage this season.”
Myosutra has been playing a key role in redefining fusion fashion by incorporating ethnicity into high-street fashion in their fashion ensemble for the last many years.
Roshni suggested an array of options from her Myosutra bundle to reboot fashion and styling as more and more people in the UK are embracing the changed equation in a post-pandemic sun.
Looking chic in a Myosutra summer collection saree emitting various shades of blue, Roshni said: “If it’s a summer outdoor BBQ, you can opt for Myosutra’s Baluchori-mini-skirt with a light wool blend top or a Dhakai Jacket if you want to keep it fully ethnic. Whatever you choose to have to be comfortable. Bold floral prints can be worn for a casual outing this summer.”
Myosutra’s summer bouquet has something for everyone. If one thinks of traditional attire but wants to do things a little differently than a saree, Myosutra’s Jamdani Salwar Kameez range might be the answer to the dilemma.
However, if someone wants to touch her inner Labonyo from Shesher Kobita around the time of Rabindra Jayanti, Myosutra still has the solution to that.
According to Roshni, Summer gives the option of flaunting bright colours and heavy embroideries. Especially during the wedding season, it is that time of the year to flaunt those Banarasis and Patolas. Roshni said: “Whether it’s a day party or an evening one, it is best to choose traditional sarees for a wedding. There’s no other occasion which gives you a better chance to flaunt bright colours, heavy embroideries, and heavy pieces of jewellery.”
Last but not least, Roshni rounded up the summer fashion conversation with her suggestions for the celebrated Royal Ascot Races, which are just around the corner. Her suggestions to turn a few heads at this snob and chic English events were gorgeous florals or Myosutra’s much acclaimed and celebrated creation, the London skyline saree!!