The festive month has officially begun and we couldn’t be any more excited. The love for festivals coupled with love for love shopping can only result in loads and loads of excitement. However, some of these festive outfits you may never even wear again. Before you go out there and splurge a huge amount of money on impulse shopping, splurge some time in reading about the trends of the season. We urge you to know about what is fresh out of runway, so that you can wear your new festive wear for more than a season. Moreover, it’s always important to research well on latest fashion before you shop. Whether it is for a festival or just a regular shopping trip, knowing what you want helps in keeping your impulses at bay!
Take inspiration from this monotone look by the brand IBAI. Not only IBAI but many other designers showcased a lot of monotone looks. From this look you can borrow the idea of using minimal embroidery or print, in favour of a rich fabric like Kota or Chandheri silk. Using only one colour will give you an elongated silhouette and will also keep the look extremely minimal.
This all-black sharara look only takes us back to last Diwali, when Alia Bhatt wore an all-black Manish Malhotra creation. She looked so regal and elegant and definitely broke the taboo attached with the colour black being used on auspicious occasions. Designers seemed to love the look as well, which is why it is back. We personally love this look by Kharakapas. A sharara is perfect if you are bored of the staple suit and lehenga options.
EARHTY COLOUR PALETTE
Deep greens and yellows, along with browns and pinks seem to be a popular choice this season for brands like Ekaya. In case you love the idea of a lehenga, Ekaya’s latest collection is the best inspiration we have to offer. The lehengas are printed, making them light-weighed. The earthy colours keep the outfit muted yet impactful. Grab a matching dupatta and you are good to go.
SHADES OF INDIGO
We can all agree that Anita Dogre’s designs inspire us season after season like no other designer. This year the designer graced us all with her new collection that was all for bright colours. From magenta to blue, we loved each and every piece. As for choosing Indigo in particular, not only Anita Dogre but other brands like Korra and Akaashi Clothing also chose this colour for the season.
Along with the colour choices, you also need to think about whether you want embroideries or prints. We suggest you to go for prints. This season saw minimal use of embroideries and maximal use of prints. From block printing to digital, you will find many options to choose from. Check out the latest collection by Anita Dogre, Eka and Astha Narang to get some of the best inspirations!