Festive Trends

Top trends this festive season


1) Mix Modern with traditional 
The idea is to create a fuss free yet festive look. So wear a crop top with a lehenga or a long skirt with a choli. For drama, add a stole wrapped around neck like a scarf  or wear a dupatta in the cape style. 

Keep it simple keep it glam. 
Image from www.looksgud.in/yqm-salmon-pink-lengha-and-crop-top-manish-malhotra

2) Interesting / unconventional blouses with sarees 

Try off-shoulder blouse with a sari. Small choli style coats with sari. Shirts with sari. 
Go non onformists, experiment. Wear georgette saris with block prints, Linen Sari or saris with tassels, pompom balls ! Keep in mind the color needs to be bright yet not over the top. 

Pinnacle By SHRUTI SANCHETI @AIFW 16 highlighted the power of unconventional blouse 
Mansaba's Sari at AIFW 16 


3) Kurtis/ Long Jacket with Palazzos/ pants 
Palazzos or cigarette pants with kurtis or long Jackets are apt this season simply as they are comfortable yet dressy. The trick is in selecting Kurtis with right work, right color and fabric like silk / cotton silk/ Chiffon. 
Image courtesy Anita Dongre 
4) Anarkali gowns 
This trend is not fading. Floor length Anarkali worn in gown style with prints / design that's a fusion.For this  festive season the emphasis is digital prints with metallic embellishment.

Trendy Indo Western Anarkali Dresses or Gowns

5) Blue Black Yellow hues 
Shades of blue - Persian,  royal blue, navy , blue with white , blue with gold , peacock blue, sea blue ... it is blue for this season. Black with red , with gold, with maroon stays on top. Yellow in different shades makes it presence on ramp and in festive season. Other hues - pink, grey , white stays ... but black and blue are on front.

Trend to watch is Metals... metallic shimmer, work , detailing ... metallic gold, copper have added jazz to the festive season.

Colors used by top designers at AIFW 16 says ...

Blue made its presence at finale of AIFW 16 


Image courtesy Google search/ AIFW website. Gown image courtesy Usha  an entrepreneur from Thane. 

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