This is gingham for grown-ups. On tailored separates or sharply cut dresses, the old-school check is back in fashion.
Cotton Blazer, Rs.91,265, Altuzarra @Net-a-porter.com
The pastel pink colour works perfectly for brunch. Pair it with stilettos or brogues and a pair or tapered trousers for gentlewomanly charm.
Polyester and viscose trousers, Rs. 24,944, Diane Von Furstenberg @ Stylebop.com
We love pyjama dressing because it means we can look like we’ve rolled out of bed and still seem fashionable. These checked trousers work equally well with a T-shirt and flipflops on the beach or with a smart white shirt in office.
Tweed dress, Rs. 37,210, MSGM @ Net-a-porter.com
The Swingin’ Sixties where all about short hemlines and school-girl prints. We love the fringe detailling and sheer panel on this dress.
Cotton dress, Rs. 1,31,705, Oscar de La Renta @ Matchesfashion.com
Think Mad Men’s Betty Draper and wear your A-line dress with kitten heels and pearls. A dash of hot pink lippie keeps the look modern.
Cotton shirt dress, Rs. 48,068, Lisa Marie Fernandez @ Net-a-porter.com
A long silhouette can be a bit overwhelming. Opt for accessories in bright hues to break the pattern.