It’s Diwali and now’s the time to dress to kill. Ladies,just go ahead and utilise to the hilt,all the fashion tips that magazines dole out so religiously! Experiment all that you please and remember,glitz and glamour are the buzzwords that never go out of fashion in any festive season,whatever trends the fashion pundits predict. Even for those who prefer to set trends rather than follow them,read right on!
Jamevarcrushed skirts, tunics in mul, crochets, sarees in every hue and colour possible are just the tip of the fashion iceberg, when it comes to what local stores have in store for their patrons – and like every year, they live up to your expectations and promise to add that oomph and glamour quotient to your celebrations. Georgettes with shells, pearls and Swaroski crystals go a long way to ensure that you have a sparkling Diwali! Dusty colours like olive green, copper and maroon are in demand. Sarees, and brasso and crochet are doing exceedingly well. Kashmiri work is in fashion, as is anything with crochet. Prices start at Rs 3500 and go up till Rs 10,000. Some shops are offering latest designer wear – at half the price! They replicate eminent designers and some really popular fads. Kurtis and dress materials in chiffon, crepe and Bhagalpursilk are a craze. These silks have antique work on them and are in huge demand now. Prices start at an affordable Rs 1000.
Bridal wear, lehengas and bandhni silks are a part of the extensive collection at many stores. These include zardozi, chikan, metal work on chiffon and antique work – simply put, anything that makes a statement this season can be bought here. Red and magenta rule the roost, but other colours are also hot buys and they have designs that are sure to appeal to even the fussiest of buyers!
Everyone wants to know what’s special for Diwali in Brisah this season, ie, everyone who’s anyone! Well, they have an exclusive range of all the pret lines of top designers available under this stylish roof. Net and sheer fabrics are what make a statement here, and pearl and Daharisequins are in. Purple, poison green and midnight blue are the colours making waves this season. Their ethnic and western skirts are causing a flutter (in more ways than one!). If their predictions are anything to go by, kachcha resham and beads are perfect for this festive season.
Heritage sarees are a big hit with the ladies who are flocking to stores to pick their favourites. Vintage designs and colours will make your Diwali as special as you wish!