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WIFW SS 2014: Rinku Sobti


Rinku Sobti presented a flowing and colourful spring summer collection at the Day 4 of ongoing Wills India Fashion Week Spring/ Summer 2014. Rinku showcased a collection which had flowing gowns, frilly work on gowns, embroidered jackets, maxi skirts, pleated jumpsuits.

We didn't see much colours as Rinku used one colour to create a single outfit. For example, we saw some neon green coloured outfits which were embroidered or pleated, but did not have a blend of any other colour.

Rinku Sobti's spring summer collection had neon light green, yellow and pink colours that looked classy and fresh to the eyes. Where all designers are using prints and colours in one outfit, Rinku Sobti stuck to one colour and created a mesmerising collection. Most of the outfits were in silk fabric that stuck the body like second skin. The silk outfits also looked all the more frilly.

Take a look at the Rinku Sobti's spring summer collection at WIFW 2014 ramp.

WIFW SS 2014: Rinku Sobti


Yellow Frilly Gown

This bright yellow gown has frills all over the bodice which is extended till the knees.


Long Skirt

High waist long frilly skirt has work on the waist band. It has been worn with a cut out neck crop top.


Yellow Jacket

This is one of the best outfits seen in Rinku Sobti's spring summer collection. It has been worn with a cotton silk white cigarette pant.


Pink Maxi Gown

The silk pink coloued maxi gown has a heavy bodice which is wrapped with a hem like jacket.



Most of the outfits had lots of frills which looked eye catchy.


Neon Green

Neon coloured bright light green was used in some of the outfits which looked different.



Outfits with frills and pleats looked gorgeous due to the soft silk fabric.

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