Looks we love from Lakmé Fashion Week 2016
Lakme Fashion Week - every fashionista’s inspiration The Lakme fashion week 2016 kicked off with some of the most sought after designers on the ramp, some with unusually defined hues and pattern and some with the same elegance as ever before .It is always fanciful to watch the models carry the artistic pieces but would you not go gaga if we told you that you can also sport the latest fashion trends from Lakme Fashion Week 2016 right now with Deepkalasilk.com. This sounds like something unachievable but here are few pieces which you can proudly own and match the latest trends.
Like Anushree Reddy Anushree Reddy’s The Wedding Chronicle was one among the many collections which the new brides can look forward to, you can get the similar look with the peach and golden net lehenga choli only at Deepkalasilk.com that definitely matches the bright gorgeous look of the brides-to-be.
Like Sonam and Paras Modi The label SVA from this designer duo designed is enchanting charcoal black lehenga along with the off-shoulder blouse with an attached cape. Lately capes have captured the admiration of the new lehenga styles which have replaced the dupatta in one of the most fashionable ways ever. Here this Charcoal black net palazzo gives you exactly the similar look like the one at Lakme Fashion Week.
Like PayalSinghal This collection called “Pakizah” was one of those quintessential collections that brought out the fantasy part of the bridal fashion. You can match the similar style with Deepkalasilk.com light grey silk lehenga choli that accentuates your body with the beautifully embroidered fishtail lehenga and golden bordered dupatta.
Like The Whimsical by Shica As the name suggests the flowery carefree design that forms the base for the collection by Shica. Here Swara is dressed in this flowy flared gown with melange of shades of peach and cream. You can adorn this beauty with Deepkalasilk.com cream embroidered anarkali suit which embodies the same spirit of a cheerful bride/bridesmaid
Indian wedding/festive wear is no more confined between reds, golden and pink. New styles have been layered with lehengasand palazzos to create an international look. To know more visit http://www.deepkalasilk.com/