Trend-spotting: Chanderi silks, DIY badges, jumpsuits and more...

UPDATED ON SEP 08, 2014 05:30 PM IST 3 Photos
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Chanderi silks: The woven fabric may have fallen out of favour, with more women preferring nets, embellishments and chiffons of late, but Sanjay Garg reinforced it with pretty, dainty silhouettes this season. We’re inspired to dig into mum’s wardrobe now. | Cape dupattas: Hate dupattas that hide the pretty work on the front of your outfit? Manish Malhotra offers a wise solution. Try a net cape that adds tons of drama and a fairy-tale-like feel.

Chanderi silks: The woven fabric may have fallen out of favour, with more women preferring nets, embellishments and chiffons of late, but Sanjay Garg reinforced it with pretty, dainty silhouettes this season. We’re inspired to dig into mum’s wardrobe now. | Cape dupattas: Hate dupattas that hide the pretty work on the front of your outfit? Manish Malhotra offers a wise solution. Try a net cape that adds tons of drama and a fairy-tale-like feel.

UPDATED ON SEP 08, 2014 05:30 PM IST
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DIY badges: Stock up on badges in all colours, shapes and sizes and you’d never have to wear the same emsemble again. Here’s some inspiration from Divya Sheth. | Jumpsuits two ways: Think you’re going to trip in a sari? Try a jumpsuit like this DRVV design. Sure, designer, Dhruv Kapur has an affinity for all things black, but who says you can’t jazz up a blank canvas? And while jumpsuits are usually the hardest things to find the perfect size and fit in, here’s one that works for pretty much every body type. Take a bow, Nupur Kanoi.

DIY badges: Stock up on badges in all colours, shapes and sizes and you’d never have to wear the same emsemble again. Here’s some inspiration from Divya Sheth. | Jumpsuits two ways: Think you’re going to trip in a sari? Try a jumpsuit like this DRVV design. Sure, designer, Dhruv Kapur has an affinity for all things black, but who says you can’t jazz up a blank canvas? And while jumpsuits are usually the hardest things to find the perfect size and fit in, here’s one that works for pretty much every body type. Take a bow, Nupur Kanoi.

UPDATED ON SEP 08, 2014 05:30 PM IST
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Jewellery in unusual places: We’re a little baffled by the idea of eye jewellery, but hey, if glass-less spectacles are a thing, why not this Laila Singh creation? Also, ditch your dupattas for an extra dose of bling, says Mrinalini Chandra. Or, like the model, sport a double drape for a bigger statement.

Jewellery in unusual places: We’re a little baffled by the idea of eye jewellery, but hey, if glass-less spectacles are a thing, why not this Laila Singh creation? Also, ditch your dupattas for an extra dose of bling, says Mrinalini Chandra. Or, like the model, sport a double drape for a bigger statement.

UPDATED ON SEP 08, 2014 05:30 PM IST
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