Vivid vibe

Updated: Nov 08, 2019, 08:53 IST | Karishma Kuenzang | Mumbai

Ayushmann Khurana was spotted in a rainbow half jacket; Badshah flaunted a jazzed-up version and Ranveer Singh gave it a sequinned spin. Why should you be left behind?

Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana

Jacket jugaad

  • The safest way to go colourful is by wearing a rainbow half jacket — which is apt given that the city doesn't experience a real winter.
  • Go for bold patterns instead of small stripes bunched together or it will look cramped.
  • Pair this with a solid, quarter-sleeved or full-sleeved T-shirt. Avoid wearing this with formals. A hoodie will add to the look.

Arms and the man

Ranveer singh

  • Wear a multi-coloured full-sleeved T-shirt and add a solid jacket to the mix. Or sport a jacket with a multi-coloured pattern only on the arms.
  • Go wild with prints with this, but avoid overtly large ones because you want it to look busy, as it's concentrated over a smaller surface.
  • Go neutral for the rest of your outfit. Avoid loud sneakers.

Glam it up

Badshah

  • With a sequinned T-shirt. Avoid fancy cuts, half-sleeved or sleeveless ones.
  • It's better if there's a pattern to the chaos of colours. Get your hands on one with a symmetric design.
  • Choose dark shades to complement the jacket. Avoid whites or shades that pop. A messy look with ripped denims will look awkward; so wear tapering pants or tights.

Inputs by stylist Ishita Ghose

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