As winter approaches, designers are offering plenty of options for you to pick from.
Keeping in mind the changing weather and need for functional garments, women seem to favour dresses and gowns over pants.
Presenting some of the coolest trends we spotted at the Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week.
Designer label Limerick's feminine collection inspired from the Mughal gardens featured bright and intricate floral motifs, flowy fabrics and designs. Photographs: Kind courtesy FDCI
The idea is to mix comfort with fashion.
Bright coloured, tierred gowns make a comeback in Payal Jain's collection. Notice the sleeves and fit?
Payal's collection inspired by traditional Buddhist Thangka paintings saw a heady mix of vermillion, blue, emerald green and sulphur yellow. It's got everything women will love -- breezy garments with a touch of chic.
Anjana Bhargav and Ankita Bhargava Meattle's Mirror Me collection had some options for 'above the keyboard dressing.'
Made from khadi, the bold and neutral designs in pastel hues and muted shades claim to be sustainable and endorse zero waste.