So, it’s a brand new year, yet again, and you’re wondering what’s in and what’s out! Here we are to update you about the trend should be sticking to, this spring/summer
SHEER AND TRANSLUCENT FABRICS
Get ready to allure and entice as the fashion trends this year tends to get a little revealing. You could use the heat and sun as an excuse to flaunt that svelte figure of yours. Stick to sheer and translucent fabrics to keep you cool and fashionable. Soft, body hugging and feminine fabrics like georgette, chiffon, net and satin brasso are popular this season.
JEWEL ENCRUSTED CLOTHING
This season doesn’t restrict jewels to just jewellery and accessories but has found its way to adorn outfits and items of clothing. It’s not the first time that bejewelled outfits have been popular but they are back this year with a brighter, bolder and more elegant look. This time around the pieces are not just embellished with jewels but also with a wide variety of trims like shells, fabrics, expensive pearls, stunning and unique beads, threads, ribbons, lurex, etc. The idea is to create a luxurious and exotic look with a somewhat understated glamorous touch.
Lehenga Style Saree
BACK TO VINTAGE
The eternally appealing vintage trends and style is back. Make sure to combine with latest contemporary trends to achieve that dreamy and graceful effect. The right mix of vintage grace and romance with modern and urbane chic is the perfect look of this season. Add a few retro pieces to your wardrobe and create a unique look. Revisit the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s and be a part of the REVIVAL CULTURE.
THE OMBRE EFFECT
Look out the trend of tie-n-dye fabrics in graduating shades of a similad forr colour palette for a surreal look. Baby peach to pink, bright yellow to lemon yellow, light blue to royal blue, grey to brown are few ombre effects that was showcased in the Lakme Fashion Week. Archana kochar, Cherie D and Drashta Sarvaiya opte the drama of shading and dual tones.We present a wide range of products with ombre effect. Check out the following outfits.
It was nature at its best at the Lakme Fashion Week with Lina Tipnis and Arjun Agarwal using this trend perfectly in their line. Nelanjana Gosh worked with small ethnic motifs. This is one trend that will never be out of fashion and that’s why we keep our range flooded with it all year round. Make sure you include some of these in our wardrobe.
The quintessential Indian kurti that is a must have. The Indian kurti did its fair share of rounds on the runway of Lakme Fashion Week. Designer like Gaba and Manish Gupta gave kurtis a modern touch with gathers, ruching and embroidery .Other designers such as Pallavi Jaipuri and Preeti Chandra kept them ethnic with the use of motifs. Keeping with the trend of this season, we have all types of kurtis available, from basic to modern, to cater to every choice and taste.