Fashion is an individual’s perception of style, comfort, and colours. And, as idea of fashion changes, a difference is observed in the style, designs, and colours that a person prefers to wear. Earlier it was all black, but since last year – white is dominating the wardrobe of fashionistas. White—technically the absence of color – is nearly as low-maintenance as black, with the advantage of being particularly striking in the summerSo, is white the new black? Also Read – Add new books to your shelfLet us know what experts from the fashion industry have to say: Following the idea of minimalism, Sandhya Raman, Co-founder of Desmania says that her label ‘No fuss’ is all about simple classic lines on white colour, celebrating the textures and weaves in cotton, hemp linen, silk, jute, and wool. “I feel white brings out the best in the silhouette, and one can play with the versatility of the colour to create different fashion. Whether for a formal occasion, a board meeting, a lunch date, the colour would never fail to portray one’s character.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”But keeping in mind the simplicity of the colour, one can definitely accessorise it to suit the occasion,” she further added. Moreover, Sandhya believes that white is one of those colours which appears peaceful to eyes and cooler to mind. Various costume designers around the globe also consider ‘white’ as the perfect colour for stage arts. According to them, white is very responsive in nature and with it, one has the liberty to create different looks. Most of the designers are attracted by the romance, mystery, sophistication, and elegance of the colour. Expressing his love for the ‘colour’, Rahul Krishan Ahuja Founder, Design Catalyst – Three Piece Company states: “White is a blank canvas and can make anything seem clean and clear. Also, the colour can be used as perfect backdrop for a designer to create the best out of their outfit.” Look for this season While white goes with anything, nothing looks better than when it’s paired with purple. It just oozes femininity and sensuality. You can accessorise it with some gold and silver accessories and convert a daytime high tea look to a night out.