The Fall Winter Wardrobe

6 Must Have Looks Inspired From Lakmé Fashion Week Winter Festive Runway

It was indeed an impactful showing at the recently concluded Lakmé Fashion Week Winter Festive’15. Designer duo Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla opened fashion week with a bang, paying homage to the electric 70’s Bollywood songs, bling and drama. We witnessed a plethora of designs and styles which left strong impressions. From GenNext designers like Quo by Ishita Mangal, Ajay Kumar and Doodlage to celebrated designers like Krishna Mehta, Gaurav Gupta and Anita Dongre, the fashion runway brought to life this season’s top trends.

Here’s a list of the six trends from LFW W/F ’15 that we sure have fallen for. Gear up for the upcoming season and step up your Fall/Winter trend game with these looks.

1. Layered | Daring

Swati Vijaivargie - Black Jacket with Golden Prints

Swati Vijaivargie – Black Jacket with                        Golden Prints

This season, dare to bare should be your style mantra! Sleek silhouettes in bold and sumptuous colors with layers to save your from the winter chill will make a big statement.

2. Deconstructed | Normcore

Ilk - Black Color Block Jacket with Tape Embroidery

Ilk – Black Color Block Jacket with                      Tape Embroidery

Revealing the forms of construction that lay beneath and going against the traditional form of art best defines this trend. Focusing on exposed zippers, frayed edges, visible linings, and sewn seams on tonal palette, deconstructed fashion will be high on trend this season. Labels like Ilk and Myoho explored this art of deconstruction with their AW showings this time around.

3. Structured | Minimalistic

Armaan Aiman - Crimson Red Dress

Armaan Aiman – Crimson Red Dress

Unexpected silhouettes, intelligent architecture, a monochromatic palette and sleek tailoring will be the building block of your wardrobe for the new season to come. From Urvashi Kaur, AM:PM to Armaan Aiman, structured and minimalistic silhouettes are sure to be a trending trend this fall, and the minimalist in us we couldn’t be more excited!

4. Eclectic | Alternative

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Jodi – Ivory Crop Top with Prints

Kiss your monotonous fall winter wardrobe goodbye and inject a dash of eclectic charm with these kitschy and funky picks from some of our favorite designers. A beautiful play on print by Jodi and stunning applique accents presented by Swati Vijaivargie took our breath away.

5. Heritage | Fusion

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AM: PM- Black Top with Bird and                           Floral Motifs

Drawing inspiration from history and using traditional weaves and art forms adds a new dimension to these designers’ dreamy collections. For a chic look, key pieces from AM:PM, Shruti Sancheti are what you should look at. Impeccable use of heritage weaves creates a beautiful color story. We are definitely digging the heritage vibe this season!

6. Ornate | Festive

Payal Singhal - Nimrat Lehenga

Payal Singhal – Nimrat Lehenga

Whether it’s at a wedding or a Diwali party, make a grand entrance in these strikingly ornate attires. From Krishna Mehta’s fusion silhouettes to Payal Singhal’s ancient gold excavations inspired collection, let these gorgeous ensembles add some magic to your festive closet.

With some truly amazing AW collections that we witnessed at the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive, we wouldn’t blame you if you are itching to get your hands on all this amazing fashion. And that’s exactly why you need to check our specially curated ‘LFW Inspired Fall Winter Wardrobe’ for all these LFW looks, only on Exclusively.com.

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