Fashionable Dresses In India


The 72nd Golden Globe Awards held on January 11, 2015, in Los Angeles were a fashion spectacle. It showcased the global trends of this season. The evening sparkled with colors, glamour, and glitter – a classic case of a Hollywood event.

Indian trends
The upcoming trends are all about inspiration, vibrancy, softness, and minimalism. It is more about highlighting your persona. Summers are going to be sheer and silky fun, literally! Similar in line was the Star Guild Awards held in Mumbai on the same date. It witnessed Bollywood stars dressed in their best.
Alia Bhatt was seen in a royal blue gown by Prabal Gurung, teamed with a super sleek mane. Then arrived Deepika Padukone with an embellished gown in a mute tone, which flattered her complexion.
Jacqueline Fernandez sizzled in a Gaurav Gupta with an ivory lace, while Kriti Sanon was scorching in a black and gold number.
Gauri & Nainika’s gown stood out in a light blue tone with hints of black. How it flattered the skin tone of Lisa Haydon! She made the structured gown look hotter by her beach-waved hair. The camera loved Shraddha Kapoor’s shimmering Atsu gown in crimson. It enhanced her skin tone amazingly.
The Awards saw Priyanka Chopra in a stunning neon tangerine gown teamed with deep wine lips. Hot, fiery colors are the flavor this season.
Global trends
A rush of gold was seen at the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 runways. Eccentric furs and plumes are the winter standards this season. The complete woolen look is the prominent trend for the winter. This trend is worn best with neutral tones. You can add a pop of color through accessories.
Upcoming trends
Be it fashion weeks in Milan, Paris, London, or India (Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015), colors that rule the ramp are hot pink, and exquisite shades of orange and aqua. Orange will be the new black in the forthcoming season. From flower girl dresses to party dresses, tinted pastels will dominate the palette. As the style of Wendell Rodricks and Samantha goes, white is hot the next season with embroidered silhouettes.
In case of fabrics, silk and sheer will rule. Mirror work, resham embroidery, and sequins are “in” for the upcoming season. Rohit Bal’s floral embroidery and Joy Mitra’s zardozi will scorch the streets.
Digital printing is gaining momentum in the Indian fashion world. Tribal prints, geometric prints, and illusionary prints are trendy. The Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 was high on colors and prints.
Collections of Hemant & Nandita, Anupamaa Dayal, Payal Singhal, and Urvashi Kaur scorched the ramp in the fashion week. Payal Singhal’s amazing collection of cropped tops with saris and churidars was a mega hit.
Don’t stack away your florals for prints. Both are “in.” Floral appliqué work and delicate motifs will rule fashion in the next season.
As for jewelry, Spring/Summer 2015 trend is about minimalism. Last year, it was the nose ring that took the breath away. This year, choose eccentric headgears and waist belts. Aneeth Arora and Masaba collections were high in dramatic accessorizing.
FabricsSilks: Besides soft fabrics, this traditional fabric is going to rule the fabric charts in Spring/Summer 2015. Payal Singhal‘s S/S ’15 is our favorite.Sheer: Samant Chauhan and Rabani & Rakha‘s beautiful representation of sheer fabric created a gorgeous look. From chiffon saris, net lenghas to maxi dresses ensembles were high on sheer with multiple layers of light and soft fabricsJewelry & Accessories

Spring/Summer 2015 is all about minimalism, saying that one can’t ignore the bling of jewelry. While last year nose ring ruled the jewelry trend, this year make way for stunning waist belts, maatha patti and quirky headgears. Alpana Neeraj’s show witnessed chic bow head gears and ribbon belts that elevated the styling factor. While Eka by Rina Singh completed her summer looks with lovely head gears and sporty shoes. We love the styling at Masaba and Aneeth Arora’s shows!

An anchor with CNBC TV18 for almost 4 years. Also co-anchors prime-time market shows like Power Breakfast, Traders only, Markets Mid-day and NSE Closing Bell.