Gauhar Khan recently starred in a Punjabi movie and gave us quite a few anarkali sightings. While the anarkalis were relatively simple, it’s the colours that caught our attention. Pastel and summer perfect!
What do you guys think?
Deepika Padukone gave us two sightings of floral Sabyasachi sarees during ‘Piku’ promotions – both quite different from one another. While one had a more elegant feel to it, the other had a more happy and relaxed feel to it. We liked both!
We’re having a Sabyasachi Sunday! So we’re putting down a few our our favourite outfits from one of our favourite collection!
And we’re back with another palazzo suit post. Seriously, how totally in demand are these?
We start off with 2 palazzo suits from a brand called Gopi Vaid. One is your classic palazzo suit (pink one) while the other one has an interesting and unusual kurta which we’re totally digging!
The unusual kurta actually reminded us of this super stunning and sober Anita Dongre palazzo suit.
If sober isn’t really your thing, you’re probably going to love these palazzo suits by Firozi. Such happy vibes!
And we end this post with two palazzo suits by Amrita Thakur that really caught our eyes. Look at those chanderi palazzos!
PS: Over the last few posts, you may have noticed that we have started putting up our site name on the pics we curate. We’re only doing this to the collages we create. This is because many a times we’ve seen pictures we’ve so painstakingly created after lots of research being used on some other site without credit.
We’ve also seen a lot of stolen pictures being used by several clothing brands on the internet. If you are an upcoming designer, we understand you want to protect your work, and hence, we have decided that along with our name on the photo, we’ll be including the designer’s name also (in case it isn’t already there) so that their work is protected.
Just our small steps to ensure fewer pictures are copied and no one’s hard work goes to waste.
Palazzo suits are the most in thing right now when it comes to Indian fashion. So it’s absolutely no wonder a lot of you have been requesting for a post on palazzos. So we have a couple of posts lined up, and to start it off, we’re looking at he celebrities who have worn and worked the hell out of Palazzo suits.
We start with Kareena Kapoor in two very different palazzo suits – one is a bright pink one by Amrita Thakur and the second one is a subtle one by Anita Dongre. We’re liking both the looks.
Priyanka Chopra too picked a lovely, sober Anita Dongre pallazo suit a while back.
Speaking of sober and subtle, many actresses have opted for simple palazzos in the past. Below, Tara Sharma wears Aneesh Aggarwal and Jacqueline Fernandez goes in for Anita Dongre. (PS: We wouldn’t recommend those shoes Jacqueline is wearing to go with a palazzo suit at all!!)
Vidya Balan is someone who often sticks to Indian clothes gave us plenty of palazzo sightings when she promoted her movie ‘Bobby Jasoos.’ We’re loving the bright colours just as much as the sober ones above!
We’ve got one more palazzo post lined up soon. Stay tuned!
Vidya Balan usually sticks to sarees on the more traditional side. But this time,we’re really impressed. She chose minimalist sarees and kept things simple.
We especially love the colour combination in the saree below.
Vidya did wear a saree that was tilted slightly towards the traditional side, but simplicity was a key here too and we loved it! Also, how perfect is this look for mother of the bride?
Moving on to sangeet and the wedding, here is some solid inspiration for the sister/best friend of the bride.
We’re starting with a floral lehenga from Sabyasachi’s latest collection. Love it!
Sabyasachi wasn’t the only one who brought on his floral game. Arpita Mehta brought it on too.
Anushree Reddy’s lehengas are always drool worthy! They yellow one is quite wedding worthy while the pink lehenga would be perfect for a sangeet.
If your family is chilled out, you can definitely consider being a vision in white with these three pretty white lehengas by Anamika Khanna, Anushree Reddy & Payal Singhal respectively.
Manish Malhotra is a designer who often goes big on bling, but he keeps things subtle in the lehenga below. However, the dreamy addition of net over the yellow fabric still ensures a “wedding worthy” feeling.
And our last outfit goes out to the sisters and friends who prefer anarkalis over lehengas. Crushing on this floral anarkali by Soumitra Marg.
From the bride, we’re moving to the sister or even the best friend of the bride. This is easily the best position to be in. You get to look amazing, wear some seriously good clothes, be behind the scenes as well as be a legit part of the party.
Now getting to the point, Mehendi is something where the sister/best friend should ideally opt to wear something that is easily manageable because chances are, they will be the ones in charge.
Our first pick is this gorgeous purple and lavender lehenga/gown from Manish Malhotra. It’s light, flowey, colourful and most definitely manageable.
If you are looking to be in a territory that is somewhere between modern and traditional, this Shruti Sancheti lehenga is on point.
If you do however want to play up the drama because “eff absolute comforts, such weddings don’t come again,” this suit from the Harper Bazaar’s show is perfect!
And for those wanting to keep things simple and chic, this patiala suit from “Not Like You” is quite perfect. We’re loving the laid back, yet well put together vibe.
We’re putting a little break on our Lakme Fashion Week Inspiration posts to bring you something we realized a lot of you were searching for – Engagement lehenga inspiration.
April – July is the peak season for engagements so quite naturally, there are so many of you searching for outfits for this event.
When it comes to engagement, a lot of to-be- brides prefer light lehengas and unusal colours. These Payal Singal lehengas displayed at Amazon Fashion Week are on point on both the above points.
Powder blue colour has been in trend for quite a few months now and we loved this lehenga from Anupamaa.
For those of you who prefer classics, these lehengas below are the way to go
Would you look at the floral blouse on the above Ochre Sky lehenga? LOVE IT!
Aishwarya Design Studio bring in the florals too, but in the lehenga instead of the choli.
This pink lehenga for Cinnamon is so simple and classy.