It's time to up your quarantine style with these trends we spotted at Lakme Fashion Week 2020.
IMAGE: Why stick to the ordinary, when you can play around with interesting designs and shapes?
Rimzim Dadu's black metallic dot sari is for the woman who loves to experiment.
Team it with bold make up and you are set for a Diwali house party. Photographs: Kind courtesy Lakme Fashion Week
- Metallic shades are in again!
IMAGE: Work from home made us choose comfort over style.
There is no harm adding a bit of bling and sparkle to your festive look.
Draw inspiration from Sakshi Kandya Nowlakha's sheer and metallic creation which exudes femininity and minimalism.
IMAGE: This is the perfect way to club cool with traditional.
Paromita Banerjee shows you how to get the look right.
- Don't say goodbye to the tiered Sari yet
IMAGE: Looking to elevate your festive look?
Take inspiration from Ridhi Mehra.
While minimalism is in, the tiered sari which was a favourite last season, is here to stay.
- Fishnet stockings get a nod of Approval
IMAGE: Despite claims that stocking are out of vogue, allow Gaurav Khanijo to reintroduce you to fishnet stockings.
Not-so-basic, yet extremely comfortable, fishnet stocking are apt for the work from home look.
- Face masks are the new Accessory
IMAGE: It's time to swoon over this season's biggest trend, face masks.
Probably that's the reason designers like Farah Sanjana have started creating outfits with masks to match the look. Don't miss the positivity glove set.
IMAGE: Classic, timeless, outfits were a major hit on the LFW runway.
These are styles we have seen in the past, and it's time to look into your wardrobe for those stunning saris which belonged to your mom and wear them again in every imaginable style.
- Shararas are having their Moment
IMAGE: Time to ditch leggings and opt for stylish shararas.
Manish Malhotra's show Ruhaaniyat made us fall in love with shararas all over again.
- Jackets paired with Saris
IMAGE: When you can't decide between wearing a traditional sari versus a modern jacket, why not wear both?
Nida Mahmood teamed an asymmetrical jacket with a sari and showed us how to nail the look to perfection.
IMAGE: Life is not in balance these days and the best way to beat the gloomy times is by adding some colour to your look.