It’s a fresh start of winter and the festive season is just around the corner. Summer collection and trends are out of wardrobes and trendsetters would be ready to edit the style and embrace the festive elements.
Layered chic clothing and high faux boots are not a cliché still it is difficult enough to dance in these clothing at your best friend’s wedding, isn’t it?Wardrobe should make you fall in love with it, and make you leave behind the rut of the summer season. There are alot of trends and the best part is you don’t have to concur with the herd. Below are some tips which would go right with this festive/party season anddoes not follow the layering trend.
- Maybe the best part of winter is layering but as our climatic conditions are unfavorable, usual layering would not be recommended. Satins and silk yarn could be used in a trans-seasonal or contemporary sheer dress with subtle yet luminous colours like amber yellow, deep red and navy blue. It is lightweight and colours won’t itch the eyes.
- The next eye catcher would be handwrought appliqués. It can be 3D appliqué on the beautiful woven knits as the trend or one could use bling embellishments on your dark cocktail dress or sheath dress recently bought for a bachelorette party ofyour girl-friend. It will be glamorous yet quite steamy.
- Due to such assorted food, we Indians have the varied body types. The natural, skin-friendlyfabric likemodal, crêpe, georgettehave been used for a long time now which fitsall body type and with some beautiful classy, drapeyensemble one could easily be on top of the crowd.
- If the dress is plain and just with textures no matter how costly it is one could just be another glamorous woman in the room. The aesthetics are in embroidery, the work of sequins, salli and light zari material refashion your dress to the level where someone would be batting their eyes from another side of the room and we don’t mean just men.
- The beautiful winter evening wear can be the contemporary or bohemian esthetical apparel. Fabricated with lavish fabric like as simple as a raw silk, pashmina, woollen blend etc.with beautiful avant-garde unconventional cuts. Fluttery, fancy sleeves such as Kimono or Bishop witha marigold flower as motif would put an extra element of fashion and modernity to your ensemble.
- Lastly, if you like to give a reminiscing feel to your festive attire you could go for handloom made dresses. Tussar, Brocade and Ikat silk with ethnic embroidery are well renowned for the art of display they put on.
Benita Vira Sahani, (Cofounder of Studio CASA 9) advices that“it can be exhausting to follow every trendsetter out there. Also, there can be so much to add as per the trends, but it is your wardrobe customise as you want and feel. For some, clothes are the superficial path to confidence for the women, so make the effort of altering your clothes and create your own wardrobe capsule and then wear the outfit as confident as your skin.”
About Studio Casa 9:
Studio CASA 9 is a refreshing take on contemporary women’s wear handcrafted with elements
of myriad colors, modern silhouettes and interesting textures that are designed truly for the experimental souls.
Started by designer duo- Benita & Nikita for an irresistible urge to create unconventional and
contemporary fashion, Studio CASA 9’s spirit resides in the diversity of designs that mirror
culture, passion, creativity and luxury at the same time.
Their Area of Expertise has a large assortment in which some of the best they do are in
Trousseau Wear, Bridal Wear, Concept Dressing Personal Grooming, Styling for Men/Women.
They also customize as per individual demands and try to satiate the needs in a perfect manner.