The Indian couture industry is drastically witnessing a major shift in ethnic trends and draping the influence of age old royal trends to some higher dimensions of glory and fashion. The Indian Couture Week lately turned out to be a dramatic chariot of glamour and glitz.
Well, to be candid, it was all in all an extravagant affair of stupendous silhouettes, extraordinary motifs and some beautiful handcrafted work of zari on stunning lehengas and majestic anarkalis.
Ethnic fashion and styles depict a major visionary story through the eyes of the designers and the inspiration is fairly taken from the wide market of fashion today and we can see the influence in the seasonal trends.
So, stay glued to this space and let's dig out some of the fashion innovations that are going to head this season:
Pastels and neutrals to head the season:
When designer Varun Bahl unfolded his tale of luxurious outfits in majestic neutrals and pastels, it was well taken that this trend would certainly be creating a high sensation in the upcoming festivals and wedding celebrations. Be it anarkalis or lehengas, the slender silhouettes are exemplary and hard not to be noticed. With floral motifs on the net fabric and high opacity, the collection was stunning in every bit and served the goals of some of the major things that are to happen in ethnic fashion this year. ⦁ The cream closet:
The cream closet:
When we talk about the colours that will dominate in the upcoming season, undoubtedly the light shades of cream, beige and pastels hover over the mind of gorgeous girls. Today, the bride-to-be believes in experimenting with the beautiful textures on creams, pastels and beige just Like A Diva. The reds and maroons have been taken over by the sheer beauty of these colours. At Anamika Khanna's show, the beautiful ivories blew many minds. Even several ethnic e-commerce platforms showcase this intense fever of creams and pastels in almost all outfits today.
Tassels and Pearls:
Well, the magic of pearls and tassels awe-struck many minds in the recent big shows across the country: From some impressive designs and motifs to the highly inspired "Scape song" collection of Designer Gaurav Gupta, that showcased a vintage aura and opulence. It is certainly a trend that will reach heights and get noticed this year as girls dress Like A Diva in traditional saris, gowns and anarkalis in the shades of lavenders, cherry and english blue colours.
A western influence on ethnic fashion:
With wide arrays of beautiful hues in black, wine and red, the experimentation of embellished motifs quite impressed at Rohit Bal's show. The rich and beautiful couture has set goals of some offbeat yet royal styles to be flaunted this upcoming wedding season.
Tales of high luxury:
Talking about opulence and connoisseur, this wedding season will flow in some major colours of royalty. This season is ready to exhibit trends with mirror work on outfits by true Mughal inspiration. Bejeweled headbands in versatile colour palettes awaken the vintage era and will make ladies shine like a diva.
So, tell us, what are your favourite styles from ICW 2016?
Ashita Gupta - She loves to read, write, sleep, and work in this order. Eyeing the latest fashion and not missing any trend that has just been out, she has goals to make it big. Working for Like A Diva, she exhibits her fashion conscious mind on the front foot.