Sidhika Gupta, Head of Fashion at Roposo, has listed few trends that could be followed:
* Deconstructed dress: Dresses are a wardrobe staple that can be deconstructed, de-structured, and be loose with elaborated ruffles and uneven hemline. Boring is banished this season, structure is out, and comfort is in. Add a touch of ruffles that are big, both in terms of volume and proportions. But don't let them consume you. Cut the curves with an interesting waistline and unexpected hemlines.
* Super stripes: Bold to banker, or mammoth to minimal, stripes rule the fashion scene this year. They have never been this bright and vibrant; and yes, you can combine stripes of different sizes together. Play with vertical stripes to create an optical illusion and add inches to your stature.
* Statement sleeves: Cold shoulders and off-shoulders are a thing of the past, stuff your wardrobe with sleeve-slits, one shoulder, and puff shoulder. The trend depicts confidence and independence. A modern update to the timeless style is an oversized silhouette and exaggerated length of sleeves, where hems almost rub the knees.
* Sporty chic: Embroidered track suits, velvet track pants, message sweats, and subtle tie-ups are the closet essentials this year.
* Khaki: Use of khaki will be widespread from shirt dresses to belted skirts from the runway to workplace. Khaki in its earthy tones is the cool kick you need in summers.
* Make-up: 2015 has been the year of contouring and 2016 strobing, this year - while we have clear skin and carefree wash-and-go hair, the shades are brighter and bolder than ever. Flaunt the retro lipstick and an abundant blush in a romantic breakout of colour. This trend is an interesting interplay of one bold element on a make-up free skin.
* Footwear: The 1970s inspired colour-blocked leather platforms and flat-forms will rule your shoe closet. The graphic patterns have a sartorial take, where there is no compromise on the construction detailing. Meanwhile, athletic looking sandals and stilettos with socks also make a strong statement.