Easy-breezy looks for balmy days

When it comes to summer dressing, we are on a lookout for outfits that spell comfort and style. And while your tank tops, skirts and shorts are set to hit the streets with you, it is time to go breezy chic and pick flowy silhouettes that feels like feather on the skin. In this special fashion shoot, we have curated some vibrant summer looks that will draw you admiration from all corners.
An ode to leheriya

Bold and vibrant hues are a summer staple. Make a lasting impression in the balmy weather in this leheriya long-shirt styled with micro-pleated pink trousers from designer Urvashi Kaur. Model Zander Lama rocks a leaf-shaped earring from Abhilasha Pret Jewelry. It is a Jaipur based jewelery design specializing in tribal and vintage silver and Victorian ornaments. The breathable fabric will keep you feeling cool and comfortable all day long.
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Summer of wearable art
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The famous painting of Padmini by Raja Ravi Verma has been brought to life by designer Yash Patil of That Antiquepiece in the form of a corset . The brand embodies fashion as a wearable art form and this multi-hued organza sari has been draped in whimsical manner with the corset to let the wearer have fun with sari. The look has been styled with heeled Mary Janes from Jeetinder Sandhu.
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Play with pastels
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The monotone outfit in mint-hue can be a remarkable summer look for men. Made of bemberg fabric, this set from Antar Agni is a great pick for the sultry summer days of May and June. Model Harshvardhan pulls off this androgynous look with utter aplomb.
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Photographer: Sarang Gupta
Words and styling: Akshay Kaushal
Models: Zander Lama, Lovely Singh and Harshvardhan Godhara
Wardrobe: Urvashi Kaur, Antar Agni and That Antiquepiece by Yash Patil
Accessory: Abhilasha Pret Jewelry
Hair and makeup: Amita Juneja
Fashion assistant: Diksha
Location: Araya Bagh New Delhi. Araya Bagh stands out among the many expansive celebration halls and banquet venues in the city as the first of its kind. It is a sprawling 2.5-acre conceptual venue that has been designed by the renowned designer Tarun Tahiliani, who leads one of India's finest interior design firms, Tarun Tahiliani Design Studio.

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