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Sequins get a minimalist makeover

138414003_2743059359343185_1182845431033794702_nSabyasachi

The 1000-watt shine of sequinned outfits have been predominantly reserved for evening looks. No doubt these paillettes add stop-and-store intrigue to a look, but they don’t always need to spell loud and OTT. Designers are now offering up these high-shine embellishments in softer palettes for a maximalist look but with a minimal twist. Aashni + Co brings you the lowdown on these muted glittery looks. Take a dip into this summer wedding-friendly dose of bling.

87Manish Malhotra

With summer festivities taking over the social calendar, sequins in pastel tones are refreshing. Manish Malhotra has mastered the art of softening the shimmer with tonal sequins with ombré shading adding his signature touch of glamour. Sabyasachi too prefers to work with neutral sequins, offset with colourfully embroidered borders.

84703379_1067016946992321_6976692232860897053_nVarun Nidhika

Being clever with colours is the easiest way to balance abundant sequins. Follow Varun Nidhika’s lead to temper the drama with a monochrome pastel lehenga — the perfect balance of a dramatic silhouette and subdued shimmer.

Gaurav Gupta (1)Gaurav Gupta

Turn to this sequin-dipped lilac sari gown by Gaurav Gupta to make extraordinary look effortless. This draped look proves that head-to-toe sequins can be delicate. Vibrance by Ananya too creates a classic interpretation with a sequin-dipped pastel sari.

vibrance (1)Vibrance by Ananya

152568323_422148025728941_4039939072080557442_n (1)Nakul Sen

Gold and silver sequins for celebratory looks are a festive season classic. By incorporating sequins in artsy patterns, Nakul Sen gives it a refreshing spin that will power up those #OOTN Instagram posts.

Say yes to the sequinned embellishments’ minimalist turn with these styles available on Aashni + Co.