It's almost over, 2016!! And it is only apt that we look back and take stock of alerts that made just the right kind of trend .Till date we have looked up to Bollywood ladies for some fashion goals ; giving us absolutely chic and smart trends to play with. The year that went by seems especially colourful in Bollywood, one of our major go-to for all kinds of fashion inspirations.
Take a look at the best of fashion wears that rocked in 2016 on bollywood celebs as well as on Peachmode!
Sheer fabrics are made using thin thread and/or low density of knit and which results in a semi- transparent and flimsy cloth. Designer Manish Malhotra translated the trend into his signature Indian ethnic style that slayed on to the ramps with a mix of neons.
Pastel candy colors can not only beat the heat but also makes you look unique, attractive and classy. Designer Anita Dongre, used cream and pastel shades designed bridal wears that were offset by a lot of computer embroidery and dazzling 'gotapatti' work.
Fashion has gone blooming with Bollywood and model flaunting floral prints and dressing up in ethnic wears, which had both delicate sprigs and bold bohemian blooms in them; making flowers the designer world's current darling buds.
Be it Side Slit or front slit, knee or floor length, these slit tops which suit all body type have been ruling the fashion runway this season. Cool, chic and ethnic, this season go traditional and classy with front slit suits.
Be it celebrity outfits, festive wear or street style fashion, the palazzos are ruling and definitely have a long way to go. With the seasons passing by, the palazzo suits seem to be a perfect option for daily wear, work wear, festive occasions or as any go-to outfit.
Olive color is the new neutral color for this season. Khaki or olive color looks very fresh and glamorous in terms of any attire you pair it up with. From fancy western coats to our very vogue straight suits, this color has to be in our closet.
Digital fabric printing is probably the smartest innovation in 2016. From skirts, crop tops to ethnic lehengas and tunics these digitally printed fabrics are in demand and will still be in the later years.
And if you still don't have one of them, buy them right away!