The Indian fashion industry is continuously evolving to get better with each day and introducing us to new and fresh trends. We agree with the fact that Indian wear makes a woman look the most gorgeou...
The Indian fashion industry is continuously evolving to get better with each day and introducing us to new and fresh trends. We agree with the fact that Indian wear makes a woman look the most gorgeous and elegant. As the wedding & festival season is on the full swing currently, so you should be aware of the sassiest trends of this season. It is high time to update your closet with some fresh ethnic trends. We have compiled a list of 5 most dynamic trends that will rule over this coming season:
This season is all about floral dreamy ethnic wear. All the fashion designers are following this trend and it is going to rule 2018 with its breathtaking presence. Floral prints are known to be summer friendly prints but with the revolving fashion trends, it is taking place in autumn/winter collections too. Brides are flaunting floral print lehengas with all the swag and breaking the orthodox rules of classic red and maroon intricate wedding lehengas. Designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Anushree Reddy are giving us enough inspiration to buy floral printed or embroidered ethnic wear to bloom.
Ruffles have quickly turned into that one trend that everyone wants to experiment with. Ruffle sleeves, ruffle skirts or lehengas, and ruffled sarees are some essential ideas to look chic and sassy in this bold trend. Ruffles add a lot of drama and volume to your ensemble instantly so this trend should be your best friend this season.
Floor Length Capes
Capes were a sensation last year and everyone flaunted it to its core. This season is also going to be about floor length anarkali suits styled with lehengas, palazzos, and skirts. Jacket style capes, heavily embellished capes are some of the examples you should think of owning this festive season.
Shararas on The Go
2018 is going to leave palazzos, straight pants & salwar behind with shararas replacing them. This 70s fashion trend is taking over this season with its feminine and festive aura. A sharara can be teamed up with a simple kurti to create a splendid look for lunch dates or small family gatherings. On the other hand, if you style a sharara with embellished kurta then you have a twinkling outfit ready for festivals and weddings.
Fringes to Rule
We surely loved tasseled earrings and shoes the last season, didn’t we? Well, 2018 is going to be filled with fringes on your ethnic wear. Take the inspiration from Bollywood, our B-town divas are carrying fringe detailed cholis, sarees with fringed borders and scintillating fringe lehengas and they are taking the fashion industry by the storm.
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