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#TooHotToHandle: Disha, Sunny look SEXY in shimmer

Last updated on: August 29, 2017 11:25 IST
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Presenting 12 trends to copy from Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2017.

From thigh-high slit jumpsuits to net booties, criss-cross cholis to fashion-forward trains, Lakme Fashion Week saw the best trends of the season. 

Take a look!


#1. Shimmer and shine

Sunny Leone 

Want to stand out in a crowd? Then choose shimmer with sequins like Sunny Leone. It is the season's favourite trend that you just can't miss :)
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/


Exhibit 2

Disha Patani

Or you can take a cue from Disha Patani on how to wear a shimmering little dress. 
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/


#2. The modern jumpsuit 


It's a dress! No, it's a jumpsuit with a flowing train.
Looks like gowns are soon going to be passe. 
Actor Pooja Hegde makes a stunning entry in a golden jumpsuit with a gorgeous cape. Brides, are you listening? 

All photographs: Courtesy Lakme Fashion Week


#3. Jumpsuits with thigh-high slits


This is what one gets when they combine jumpsuits with thigh-high slits? Quite daring, isn't it? 


#4. Frills will never go out of style


Nor will denim jackets. We are totally crushing over these cool drool-worthy separates.  


#5. Net booties are cool :)


Hate wearing socks with knee-length skirts? Then net booties are not such a bad idea. 


#6. Say hi to 'bishop sleeves'


Looks like the Indian fashion industry is really in the mood to experiment.
Exaggerated sleeves were the flavour of last season and now designers are giving a huge nod to classic Victorian-style sleeves.


#7. Care for a criss-cross choli?


The perfect solution for someone going traditional yet wanting to show some skin. 


#8. Sheer capris are not so bad :)


Capris are back and no one wants to stick to the old boring ones :)


#9. Harem pants are back :)


Harem pants made a comeback on the ramp this season. 


#10. Asymmetrical anarkalis are in vogue


The old good anarkali is back with a twist -- the perfect excuse for someone wanting to hide those love handles :)


#11. Ditch petticoats, make way for tights instead 


Need we say more?


#12. Sheer and Benarasi weaves look effortless together


Just because you're wearing a Benarasi lehenga doesn't mean that you got to opt for similar fabric! Throw in some sheer and you have a winning combination there. 

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