Festivals are always celebrated with fashion playing a big role. And why not? With so many options available to look like a diva, in all kinds of styles, hues and price points, why stay behind the style bandwagon, when you can rule the world.
This festive season we have a palette of new colours that are exciting apart from the classic festive colours like reds, maroons, blues and greens. The metallic colours are in and shades of mustards, deep purple, fuchsia, champagne and grey. These are colours that will be seen around along with whites and black. Comfort plays the most important role as always and comfort should be prioritised over everything else.
The metallic coloured plain sarees paired with heavy embroidered and embellished blouses and belts are something to look out for this season. Pre-draped sarees are something that are easy to slip into. Pre-draped dhoti sarees and overlapping sarees are something that can be tried on too for the ones who love to experiment with new and chic looks. Heavily embellished blouses and crop tops are perfect for a mix and match through the festive season.
The festive season has a lot of dancing around and of course long cocktail nights. So, apart from different styled sarees, we have a few more top picks to choose from. Crop tops and pants paired with elegant short capes or full length capes are also apt and super comfortable for the season. Festive season is the best time to experiment with Indo-western or fusion wear, and to try out something you’ve dared not otherwise. Tube embellished blouses paired with high-low skirts or layered skirts are also something fun and stylish. Deep plunging necklines, caged crop tops, cut-out blouses, criss-cross blouses, fringe blouses etc are the ones to shop for this festive season.
As the season of great Indian festivals approaches, everyone would like to flaunt their Indianness and ethnic is the way to go. The choice is limitless; one can choose the modern contemporary way or be completely traditional. Do what suits you best and makes you look glam and stunning. Don’t shy away from going all Indian this festive season.
The best choice for Diwali is usually the lehenga which is preferred by most, as it is easy to pair them with a kurta, short contemporary croptop or a traditional blouse and dupatta.
Sarees are evergreen and will always remain in trend. One can choose from a Banarasi or a Kanjeevaram saree depending on the flow of your evening soiree, or a stylish flowy georgette saree with a modern blouse if that’s the theme or your mood or just shine in a stunning sequinned saree in any solid colour that suits your skin tone.
Ethnic gowns are classy and easy to wear too and are also a great choice for a festive outfit.
If you want to keep it slightly understated then go for Kurti sets or Anarkalis. If you want a modern festive look then try Pant Suits in brocades.
You can even wear a nice festive looking Kurta with legging or jeggings if you want that extra bit of comfort and keep it minimalistic.
Try colours like pink, red, yellow, teal Blue, teal green, offwhite, blues, fuchsia, maroon and gold that are trending this festive season.
It can be difficult to articulate the power of style and fashion through words, so dress to express your inner self. For all the queens out there, we have an array of looks, so shine on this festive season. Festive wear is designed to bring life to colours, with a wide variety of options from classic metallics, to daring prints and ombre. It is a body forming art of beauty to perfectly hug the figure in sparkles. So go girls, shine bright like a diamond!
Intense colours like emerald green and fuchsia are likely to take the center stage this season. In keeping with the trend, our collection with Indya beautifully celebrates both these shades of stunning styles.
Silhouette wise, sharara sets with peplum blouse/tops are going to make a rave in the upcoming festive season. These accentuated with a draped dupatta and belt, precisely, the signature Ridhi Mehra look embraced in Indya’s functionality is how we’ve presented most of our ensembles in the collection.
This year’s festive statement and the collection’s statement is bold and beautiful. And it indeed is.
Our united inspiration was to create a unique sartorial narrative that combines and compliments each brand’s individual identities while giving birth to an atypical movement that adorns and celebrates every modern woman of today.
We wanted to unlock the ability to deliver a collection that is outside of both the brands’ typical design ideas, without compromising on the aesthetic essence and signature, refreshingly.
Bohe by Neetu M
Bohe by Neetu M is a label that expresses fun, oozes simplicity and defines comfort. Even for our festive collection, we have kept it free flowing and comfy, yet in shades that spell festive – so you can expect emerald greens, royal blues and deep reds, oranges and hot pinks that our festivals are associated with. Our unorthodox design philosophy revolves around the idea of minimalism, clean cuts and relaxed silhouettes. The collection is handcrafted and made from pure homegrown fabrics. Bohe means a little hippie, a little hood stylish and innovative. Our festive collection is just that – bohemian festive that looks dressy and is still easy to wear and easy on the pocket too. The trends that we are following this season are colour clashing and layering. So a simple outfit is designed in three or four layers to add that festive feels, but is still very easy to lounge around for festival soirees and get togethers and can take you easily from day to night without a fuss. Just pair these with a stunning statement neckpiece or a stunning chandelier ear rings and you’ll make heads turn.
This season festival designs are more colourful and trendy yet easy and quick to wear. Opt for Indo-western mostly dhoti style drapes, stitched ruffle sarees and beautiful colourful chiffon or organza ghagras or stitched sarees.
Accessories for Indian garments with statement jewellery is a must. Try Indo-western styles in festive hues and pair them with beautiful statement jewellery. You can even try quirky prints in your fusion drapes for adding that extra bit of fervour to this festive season and make you stand apart from others.