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12 pieces every stylish girl should own

Last updated on: March 23, 2016 14:05 IST
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It's time to stock your wardrobe with the best ensembles from Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016.

Don't have a plan for the long weekend ahead?

Perhaps, you can take some style lessons from the best designer collections showcased at AIFW Autumn/Winter 2016.

We picked 12 designs that truly stole the show and are worth every penny.


Take a look! And do tell us which outfit you loved the most.

Image: Heading out for a sunny weekend brunch? Use some flower power -- like this full skirted gown with a plunging neckline from designer duo Gauri-Nainika --  to up your fashion game.

Sonalika Sahay

Image: Take a fashion trip back to your childhood with Pero by Aneeth Arora's broad checks, bright red shoes and cute plaits. In the picture above, Sonalika Sahay shows us how to wear fun fashion.

Alesia Raut

Image: If you are a sucker for edgy looks, Alesia Raut's androgynous style in Ragini Ahuja's maroon leather crop and the checkered coat over high-waist pants is a must have.

Image: A sari gown with an embroidered asymmetrical cape will give your Indian wear a perfect new-age feel, just like this one by designer Mandira Wirk.

Archana Akhil Kumar

Image: Look how Archana Akhil Kumar channels her luxe sensual vibe in Gaurav Gupta's diaphanous white gown.

Image: Want to romance with vibrant colours and hippie fashion? Designer Reynu Tandon shows us how to wear this trend  -- with wide-legged pants and a fancy sun hat or a cut-out shoulder, puffy sleeved top with semi-flared pants -- what's your pick? 

Kanishtha Dhankar

Image: The shoulder-baring style is quite in rage this season. In this one, Kanishtha Dhankar dons designer Nikasha's traditional Indian sari with an accentuated cloth added to her off-shoulder blouse.

Image: Inspired by regional artwork, Niki Mahajan brings marvellous thread work on tulle fabric. 

Sonalika Sahay

Image: Another eye-catching creation that celebrates Indian craft. This time Anju Modi lends a modern touch to the weaves.

Image: And here's a bright, high neck Indo-western gown with three dimensional effects from Virtues by Ashish, Viral & Vikrant. A visual treat!

Image: Quite a dramatic affair of Nature with fashion -- Rajesh Pratap Singh plays with delicate floral motifs on an asymmetrical gown with a skillfully tailored collar neckline.

 Aishwarya Sushmita, Surelee Joseph

Image: Model Aishwarya Sushmita's nature-inspired statement piece or Surelee Joseph's cool tribal necklace -- which piece of jewellery is perfect for adorning your neck?

Photographs: Kind Courtesy FDCI/Facebook

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