Power dressing lessons from designer Sunita Shanker's Lakme Fashion Week collection, Beyond Tradition.
Sunita Shankar returned to the ramp after a decade with Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2017.
Her collection, Beyond Tradition, incorporated Indian crafts, weaves and designs like the Bandhani from Kutch, Kantha from West Bengal, Brocade from Varanasi, the Bagh prints and the delicate Chanderi of of Madhya Pradesh in a combination of easy Street Wear as well as formal options.
The designer worked with the popular black and white duo, but also mixed it up with more exciting hues like crimson, burgundy and red for those who like to push the boundaries.
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One can never overstate the importance of a well-knotted scarf
A case in point
And another one!
Any jacket that can be paired with Indian AND Western wear is a must have
The elegance of a long skirt is a good break from those structured trousers
Unsure about that long skirt? A stern blouse and understated belt will do the trick
And here's just what you need to stylishly deal with those office temperature changes from freezing to sweltering