7 coolest colour combinations to try from Lakme Fashion Week SS18
From light pastel shades to bold colours
The psychology of colour is powerful — each colour you choose to wear is subconsciously affecting your mood and your emotions. For a positive year ahead, we’ve picked out the coolest colour combinations that were trending at Lakme Fashion Week SS18.
If there’s one definitive colour that’s our Pantone version for this summer, it’s yellow. Seen across designers like Anita Dongre, Tarun Tahiliani and Shantanu and Nikhil, the humble hue was deconstructed and mixed with white, grey and silver. And what’s more, the colour of sunshine boosts your self-confidence and empowers you with strength and positivity — isn’t that what we all need this year?
For those who like to keep their sartorial choices understated, pastel shades of blue, pink and mint green will be a classic choice. And for those who like to make a statement, the bold combination of pink and red will work beautifully.
Colour combinations to try for summer:
Pastel blue and light pink are ideal summer colours that work well for a day occasion. The colour combination was used across pantsuits, dresses, saris and lehenga sets. As seen at Ashwini Reddy.
Taking forward the trend of pastel colours, light pink was played around with mint green that gave a demure air to each ensemble: skirts, palazzos, kurtas, maxi dresses and lehenga choli sets. As seen at Anita Dongre.
Shades of grey with metallic touches made their mark this season. Mix the two and you're set for an evening occasion. As seen at Label Ritu Kumar.
Vibrant colours are needed for days when you want to create a bold statement, and what better than a combination of two strong colours, red and pink? As seen at Anushree Reddy.
If summer had to be represented by one colour, it would be yellow. Different permutations and combinations of yellow were tried on the runway, with the first one being of yellow and grey. The best part about this combination? It can be taken from desk to dinner. As seen at Shantanu and Nikhil.
The combination of yellow and silver works best for an evening party, when you want to add a touch of shimmer to your ensemble. As seen at Manish Malhotra.
Finally, one of the most cheerful combinations that will brighten up your summer. Yellow and white work wonders for day events like coffee dates, brunches, mehendi ceremonies and more. As seen at Amoh by Jade.