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Latin Quarters A/W collection breaks up monotony
Sep '12
Exquisite and chic, the latest Latin Quarters (LQ) autumn winter 2012 collection caters to a determined, confident woman, a seductress armed with elegance. It breaks up monotony and sets a chromatic beat perfectly tuned to the current widespread mood and preference for using colors, both on their own or pleasingly mixed and matched together, resulting in a contemporary silhouette with material allure.

The collection is made of splendid dresses conceived for a fashionable glamorous woman. The most striking feature of the collection includes sequin dresses using beads and sequins embellished shifts which will surely add spark to any special occasion. The artistic masterpiece is so obscurely engaged with the design that the clothe gives off a silvery glisten and are meant to highlight more on feminine assets.

Favorite accent of this collection have to be the latest lace dresses and blouses from Latin Quarters featuring beautiful lace designs with embossed patterns give the slight effect of gentle touch. Lace was originally used as auxiliary material to use and has crafted a sense of luxury and quixotic atmosphere. The short or knee length dresses, some with full, short or without sleeves, with a loose chest, fitting waist, attractive slits, and fastening across the right side – creates the mesmerizing & most versatile array of costumes.

This season LQ has also added an array of digital photo print tunics to its new attire with the range from abstract graphics to highly realistic photographic images. They have printed strong graphic patterned images on the sheer fabric complemented with sleek black & strong contrasting colors to add that extra oomph to the collection.

In constant pursuit of excellence, the brand has presented another sophisticated collection made of only the finest materials in the flow of shades.

Latin Quarters currently operates from over 40 point of sales across 18 cities of the country. LQ has aggressive expansion plans and is on its way to having pan India presence. By end of 2013 the brand aims to increase that number to over 70 points of sales.

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