It’s always easier to stick to your regular style. It’s always easier to buy what everyone is buying. But when you have access to designers from all over the country under one roof, take your time to identify, feel and visualise yourself doing everything one should when they are having a good time. Can you dance and eat in that outfit? Can you make heads turn around when you walk in the room? Whatever maybe your purpose but it’s high time you ‘Colour your own personality’. Nouveaau presents a new edition of contemporary and trendy ethnic wear in tropical colours and new styles.
I am trouble by KC
If you havent shopped from Kunal Chatterjee already, your wardrobe is rather incomplete. His smart and clean look makes you too cool for school. From coords to jumpsuits and even formal dresses. His smart formal and casual wear is this season's must have.
Nupur Kanoi worn by Tiasha Sengupta. A quirky bird print one shoulder top with fitted drape skirt. Replace your lunch outfit from a top and denim to this engaging design.
Vivek Kumar: When Queen Bee and quirk princess step out for a formal night out. On the left: Aishwarya Jena in an evening gown made in velvet, sequins and an interesting strap and sleeve. On the right, Tiasha Sengupta represents the simplivity of classic pleats, structured shoulder and a dash of daazle.
Anjuna makes for our top pick bridal couture label. Debut appearance by both blogger Mehek Oberoi and the label made a dreamy picture. Heavy English blue lehenga with full embroidered blouse and matching border on dupatta. The richness of the fall made us fall in love with it. Turn on your swag if you're a bride-to-be.
Copper Dhoti by Chandni Poddar: Floral printed palazzo with silk kurta embroidered on the neck in antique gold with a net duppata of matching bootis.
On the left: Aishwarya Jena wearing Megha Garg. On top: Saumya Saboo wearing Nupur Kanoi and at the centre Astha Modi wearing Copper Dhoti. A perfect amalgamtion of your veere di wedding.
Shoes by Rohan Arora: Royal tone of Jamaica blue hand embroiderd to make any garment into a complete outfit.
Two ring chain style and floral work kada by Prana by Radhika.
Copper Dhoti by Chandni Poddar:
Pastel pink and blush tissue lehenga with embroidered jacket and tassel crop top.
Jewellery courtesy: Prana by Radhika
Nupur Kanoi with open anti fit top and drape printed skirt. Sometime all you need to style such a chic look with is a smile.
Megha Garg: Frill neck and sleeves is party perfect with vertical sequin embroidery.
Neckpiece by Prana by Radhika
Nautanky: Colour block straight cut kurta with orange comfortable fit pants. This label is from Ahmedabad and they are a perfect fusion of traditional technique with modern styles.