Even though they seem hi-fashion and sexy they are pretty much wearable and practicable for the festive season. How? They show just the right amount skin and make for the most comfortable option when paired with palazzos or linen pants.
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Borrowed from the international runways, this season showcased a lot of browns, greens, yellows and blues. Why? Just because earthy colour palettes exude a sense of easy while lending an aura of sophistication especially when done in watercolour or abstract prints.
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Tie and Dye
The trend is the best way to incorporate colours in your look. Be it your office pantsuit, your Diwali kurta or your wedding lehenga, tie and dye could be worn in several ways with subtle and loud colour combinations to look occasion chic.
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If there’s anything you should definitely give a try this season, it’s got to be palatial prints. Spotted on dresses and saris alike, we think this season is the time to go all bold and beautiful with prints that remind of the bygone Maharaja era.
The trusty basic got a glamorous update this fashion week. In an attempt to update street style, designers gave a touch of whimsy to sweatshirts while giving us yet another to embrace the comfy piece for winter season.
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