Tuesday, October 18, 2016

OOTDs & LOTDs From Amazon India Fashion Week SS17


The fashion scene in Indian has evolved leaps and bounds over the past few years, and fashion weeks are the best places to get the glimpse of the evolving Indian styles and quirky creative trends and so. The recently concluded Amazon Indian Fashion Week, in association with  Maybelline NewYork Spring Summer 17 in the capital witnessed not just some amazing designer collections and forecast for the forthcoming season, but also the fashion influencers who donned in some of the best street and quirky style statement each day.

Well, we too tried to put our best foot forward, while covering the event and bringing the live updates to our readers on social media. And, here we bring to you the looks and outfits of each day (lotds/ootds) during the fashion week.

#Day1 With Global Desi


Since it's India's fashion week, so why not experiment with Indian brands and Indian style elements? Keeping this in mind, we created five different Indian looks that were a decent combination of modern casual, and festive together. The first day was all about comfort and fashion, with a touch of quirky hints here and there.

Modern Indian & Fun Fashion...


Global Desi seemed to be a perfect choice as the brand's AW16 collection is eclectic and a mix of modern drapes with Indian colours or embellishments. We picked this dhoti-style jumpsuit in black with interesting machine embroidery on it's bodice part. The look was pretty modern and super comfortable at the same. The side pockets on both the sides played a vital role, especially at an event like this where you meet and greet new faces, designers and influencers, and frequently exchange cards with each other.

Also, the fact that it was a dhoti-style dress, and thus, the sheer comfort of running around just like that, despite the heels (see pic)... And, as you can see the logo of Huawei on these pics, we would like to share that we took all the pictures of fashion week with P9, the brand's newest smartphone that offers some stunning results in photography.




#Day2, Simple & Casual


Since there was so much running around on the very first day, we decided to stick to some basic styles and looks that can go on for the entire day, without making you go conscious or look boring. So, this look from Myntra was a dress with halter-neck style.

Comfort Fashion on Day2

#Day3, Time for Designer Styles!


And by the third day, we finally shifted our focus to the designer styles and designer wear. For this, we visited designer Mandira Wirk's stall at the exhibition area of AIFWSS17 and checked out her newest collection but since the collection was supposed to go on the ramp the very next day, we picked a couple of interesting outfits from her previous collection.

Jumpsuit Style, Paired With statement Nech-piece...



This one was an easy-breezy jumpsuit with palazzo-style lowers and fine embroidery on the bodice area. We loved it's V-neck as it simply highlighted the Zebra statement neckpiece from Kiwi by Musskan.

What we also liked was the fluid drape of the outfit, it was neither too clingy, nor too loose to feel awkward about. It was yet another comfort fashion style that even working women on a day-to-day basis can flaunt comfortably. You see, fashion is all about confidence and feeling comfortable in whatever you are wearing, and designers like Mandira Wirk are sure offering some coolest wearables to go for this season (Yes, her SS17 collection is full of colours and delicate embroideries).

#Day4, Continued...


We once again, experimented with MD's yet another dress for the fourth day. This time, it was a dress that had a flowing chiffon back. The colour of this dress did steal the show and we tried pairing it with a black sling clutch. The asymmetrical hemlines were the highlight of this outfit and this too was all about comfort and fashion. 

Wearing Mandira Wirk's Collection...


#Day5, Experimenting With Monochromes & Cuts

And, it was the final day of AIFWSS17, we decided to check out the young and new designers who have been experimenting with some neutral palettes or re-defining the Indian cuts and silhouettes into an amazing modern style. Ilk by SGVA, Shikha Grover Gupta  and Vinita Adhikari to be precise, surprised us with their fresh and fabulous creations.

Going Monochromatic on the Last Day of AIFWSS17

While the brand had some cool blues, warm greens to try for, we decided to go the monochromatic way, and picked this front open kurta with attached bolero style jacket in grey. This one was the best so far, as it was a little hatt ke and had it's own way of adding the right confidence to the wearer.

Though, the front-open kurta could have been paired well with a good pair of denims, we decided to wear it just like that! It was cool and we loved the delicate embroidery on the front panels that were sheer, probably in organza or in chanderi...

Fashion weeks are fun, especially when you are feeling it the right way with these looks and outfits. After all, fashion is defined to stick to ramps but is supposed to inspire women around.

You may have flaws but the way you style yourself... is all that matters!!


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