We'd love to see these top style trends again in 2021.
>> Shimmery, Metallic Silhouettes
IMAGE: Metallics never go out of style and we'd like to see a repeat of it in 2021 as well.
It will be exciting to spot streaks of gold, bronze or even copper on clothes and shoes.
When paired with a thigh-slit and a cleavage-plunging neckline, like the one Malvika Mohanan is wearing, it makes for the PERFECT party look.Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com
>> Sari Belts
IMAGE: Belts are such a refreshing twist to the good old sari and continue to be on the rise as a wardrobe essential.
It is a while before we get to see saris designed with pockets, but till then here's one look we are not ready to say goodbye to yet.
Esha Gupta dressed in a Ridhi Mehra berry pink paisley-print sari gown paired with a pearl embellished belt.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Ridhi Mehra/Instagram
IMAGE: Prints are good and is always high on our most-loved lists.
Versatile and timeless, prints can elevate any outfit.
Funky, bold prints, varied textures and stunning designs can upgrade any outfit.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dia Mirza/Instagram
>> Denim Jackets
IMAGE: We're not ready to say goodbye to denim jackets as yet (maybe we will never ever be ready).
It's one wardrobe essential we can't get enough of and the best way to bring them back in 2021 is with a funky twist.
Take the case of Mrunal Thakur's mirror and thread work denim jacket by designers Saksha and Kinni.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Lakme Fashion Week/Instagram
>> Animal Prints
IMAGE: Animal prints are always a huge hit.
Be it a casual occasion, party or even beach outing, they never fail us.
Animal print silhouettes are all over social media and right now every fashion girl is obsessed with it.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sara Ali Khan/Instagram
>> The Hands-free Sari
IMAGE: We spotted this trend in 2020 and can't simply get over it.
The fuss-free, hands-free sari handcrafted by Studio Medium, has been naturally dyed.
It is the thing we'll need to upgrade our sari game.
Photographs: Kind courtesy Vidya Balan/Instagram and Dia Mirza/Instagram
>> Custom Masks
IMAGE: Masks have become the fashion staple and there's no running away from it.
We bet there will be a surge in masks in 2021, but it's time we see some ultra-chic, matchy-matchy ones too.
We love how American actor-writer Busy Philipps co-ords her mask with her headband.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Busy Philipps/Instagram