Outfit trends 2014
Your wedding is merely nearby, and you’re drawing up a list of trousseau things you need certainly to get.
Sarees, anarkalis, lehengas – the most common. But in the event you get that floral print saree? Is colour-blocking nevertheless in? Are pastels just the right colour palette, or had been that three months ago?
Lucky for you personally, three fashion months simply covered up in India – Lakme Fashion Week, Asia Bridal Fashion Week and Asia Couture Week. This is where the top designers showcase their particular most recent collections and discover what you will see at Indian weddings within the after that a few months (and what shops in Chandni Chowk makes replicas of). While there are plenty of places discover “hot trends” from any one manner week, we scoured through every ensemble from all THREE to carry to you personally the biggest styles for upcoming wedding period. Say hello into most comprehensive trend guide from LFW, IBFW and ICW 2014!
1. Mirror work
This trend began with Arpita Mehta and Papa Don’t Preach final season, but this season a number of the biggest brands in bridal manner – Manish Malhotra and Suneet Varma – utilized extensive mirror work with their shows. From whole blouses, to lehenga borders and sleeves, there is no part of the outfit withn’t already been moved by mirrors in 2010.
2. Printed Lehengas
From the shine of mirror work, some manufacturers touted the exact reverse of blinged out lehengas – the print skirt. Bold, subdued, floral– take your (printing) pick.
On anarkalis, blouses, lehengas – flowery may be the other biggest trend in 2010. We’re back again to the age of romanticism, and flowery patterns are typical over every product you can possible imagine. This can be one trend we don’t brain hopping onto quickly, seeing just how entirely great a floral print on a pastel-hued lehenga looks.
Just as if flowery had beenn’t outright-feminine sufficient for you, you’ve now got bows on grownups! Bow backs – from the backs of tops and suits – had been seen every-where from Varun Bahl to Manish Malhotra.
For anybody who were wondering – color blocking is out, monochrome is back in. Go ahead and purchase that anarkali in purple from head-to-toe. You have got my authorization