We decode hems that hit the ramp recently, and give you quick tips on how to style them this summer.
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Check out the recent collections by these designers for a host of ways to keep your outfit interesting, just by changing up the hemline.
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A lot of us have had a love-hate relationship with mermaid hems that are heavy on volume — but there’s no denying that they instantly add edge to an outfit. Best used to add a retro touch to a cocktail dress.
Tulip-cut hems that tease with just a glimpse of skin are a great pick for the summer. Go for colour-blocked tulip-cut skirts that play with two tones on your pencil-fit silhouette. Opt for tea-lengths.
The layered handkerchief hemline instantly brings in a big dose of drama. We love its ethnicwear versions, so ditch the done-to-death anaarkali suits and go for flounce-heavy, floor- grazing ones.
Scalloped hemlines with curved edges are a fun way to bring in the summer. Use DIY to add tulle inputs to a scalloped hem tie-dye tee.