Orange is the new black
The colour has always represented sunshine and is the perfect pick for a day at the beach just like Anushka Sharma. As you soak some sun on a holiday, this coverup can be an all-in-one asset for you. Wear it over a swimsuit or a bikini to the beach. Or pair it with shorts and some chunky jewellery for a casual sightseeing day. You can amp it up to a night time look with wrapping it across over a black dress.
A single tone bikini can be a versatile piece of clothing that can be teamed with high waist pants or skirts or even shorts. Radhika Madan teamed this cutout swimsuit with a leather skirt in a contrasting hue. You can go for contrasting colours or metallics for a glam look or pair it with a neural hue coverup. Layer it with a printed sarong to add a pop of colour.
Prints are a girl’s best friend, and for a resort look they can be the perfect match. Pair them over white shirts, oxidised jewellery- just like Amyra Dastur- or even dopamine jewels to let them stand out. Smaller prints like these work for petite frame bodies and can be accelerated with jewellery and funky footwear.
Nothing better than a white cover up
Just like Sanam Ratansi, a white coverup is a must-have in your beach travel plan. It is versatile – goes with anything and everything – and has the ability to make any look shine. You can go the monotone route and keep it classic. If you have a petite frame or a pear-shaped body then a monotone look works the best.
Rise and shine at the beach
Metallics are subtle yet an impactful fashion element. You can tone down the look with solid-colour high waist pants or high waist denims. To switch to a party look, team it with a metallic skirt or a sequined one. Adding a coverup in a basic hue and a hat can make it a perfect pick for a relaxing day at the beach.
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