Posted on August 29 2019
Saris are a essential part of the vast majority of our ethnic closets. The six yard staple can be styled in numerous approaches to stop people in their tracks, and settles on for an extraordinary decision for practically any sort of event. In case you're hoping to add another sari to your gathering, the as of late closed Lakmé Fashion Week exhibited an assortment of alternatives that would make your happy season shopping that a lot simpler—including belted saris, unsettled numbers and sequinned cycles. Look forward for our top picks.
As expected, Manish Malhotra's line-up for the season saw some gathering prepared numbers—our vote goes to the gold sequinned sari that accompanied a profound neck silk shirt. Amit Aggarwal teamed up with Reliance Industries Limited's material arm, R-Elan, to make a practical gathering. This one incorporated a pre-hung sari as the work of art outfit, which was worn by Lisa Haydon on the runway. Diana Penty ventured out in a high contrast sari by Abraham and Thakore, Arpita Mehta gave her blessing to unsettles with windy printed saris including unsettled pallus and hemlines, and Punit Balana displayed brilliant bandhini that are certain to make it to each millennial's ethnic closet.
Check out the saris that stood out from Lakmé Fashion Week winter/festive, below: