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The Three Items We Recommend You Toss From Your Closet Right NOW

 
by Simi Kuriakose

 The Three Items We Recommend You Toss From Your Closet Right NOW

Every year, we’re bombarded with not just fresh fashion ideas but with a slew of sartorial do’s and dont’s to swear by. needless to say, it’s a combination of the runway and street style that helps us gauge the items we need to ditch from the wardrobe. After examing the two, here’s a collated list of top three trends that need to take a backseat in your wardrobe this year. Like they say, it’s time you take a cue from the It-girls!

Culotte Jeans

Culotte Jeans_The Three Items We Recommend You Toss From Your Closet Right NOW

BUY — Frayed-hem denims

DITCH — Culotte Jeans

The culotte jeans made quite an impact last season. And why not? It is both comfortable and looks great. But now, it’s time to swap that piece of denim with a pair fashion’s most pretty faces can’t do without — frayed hem denims. Go casual in these by teaming it up with a tee and a pair of colourful trainers for the day or wear it with a crisp shirt and a pair of mules to amp up your look for the night. Might I add, extra points for you if your frayed denims are embroidered too.

Peep-Toes

Peep-Toes_The Three Items We Recommend You Toss From Your Closet Right NOW

BUY — Pointed-toes Court Shoes

DITCH — Peep-toe Sandals

Now I can vouch for the fact that peep-toes is a style of shoe that need to be a part of your shoe close. But this year, maybe you can hold on to a sleeker silhouette as far as shoes are concerned. I suggest a pair of pointy-toed court shoes that can be worn with a jumpsuit or even a dress, apart from other sartorial options. Whatever be your look of the day, make sure you team it up with a closed pair of shoes rather than one in which your toes are partially exposed.

Chokers

Chokers_The Three Items We Recommend You Toss From Your Closet Right NOW

BUY — Delicate Neckpiece

DITCH — Chokers

Yes, I’ve no doubt chokers are cool and everyone vouching for ‘I Love the 90s’ is a huge fan of this trend. But let’s be honest to each other, it’s a piece of jewellery that now lost its mileage. Here’s what you’ve got to try now — delicate neckpieces. They look good with every ensemble, and are classy as well.   

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