Brief guide to Fall/Winter 2012-13

1. Wearing only prints or wearing only solid hues is a no-no this season. Gel these two and create a block of prints and colors.

2. Winters mean covering yourself head-to-toe. But please don’t cover your fashionable side under those many layers. Play smart and use twisted dupatta as a scarf around the neck something what Chanel showed us on recent runways. This will not only help you easily mix and match that dupatta with your salwar-kameez but will make you look different than otherwise traditional way of wearing it.

3. Without a doubt have gold zardosi embroidered outfit in your wardrobe this season. Check out the fashion shows (Dolce and Gabbana, Burberry) and you will find it. Check out Award ceremonies and you will find it. Seems like everyone is passionate about this trend. We specially loved the gloss of gold on dark neutral.

4. The latest Lakme Fashion Week saw designer Digvijay Singh displaying his selection of unisex loose silhouette. We believe that they create a very strong, romantic look. Agree!

5. Peplum is a western idea and when it meets the Indian Kedia style, it proves why Indian fashion is getting recognized on global map day by day. Peplum, in Indian interpretation starts right under breast area. Lately designers like Nachiket Barve,Rahul Mishra, Dev R Nil and Payal Pratap have showcased this trend in Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Spring/summer 2013.

6. Take a clue from Giorgio Armani. Do a ‘Monochrome Separate’. Add a splash of a bold color on a boring grey or monochrome outfit!

7. Much of latest trends? Bring the 80’s fashion back. The dark florals on whites is totally chic.

8. Talking about vintage fashion..how can we forget lace. Bring the grace and elegance of delicate lace over bold printed sarees. Create this unexpected combination.

9. DO NOT forget the animal prints. Let your fashion senses roar among your peer group. Animal prints alone can be bold while mixing them with floral prints or color splashes can bring a soft statement.

10. Follow the old school. Combine red and black but do it stylish.

 

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