Triveni introduces softer pastel sarees for S/S 2015

30 Mar '15
2 min read

Sarees and Indian ethnic wear manufacturer Triveni Sarees has introduced a comprehensive colour palette featuring largely on a mix of softer, nature inspired and earthy pastels of colours for its Spring and Summer 2015 collection.
Commenting about the new collection, Shailesh Saraf, director Triveni Sarees, said, “Last couple of seasons, we have seen a shift in paradigm from fluorescents and neons to more neutral and naive shades. People are looking for fashion that represents individual and offers more space, leaving room for dashes of brilliance – with prints, embroidery styles and colours. Bling, wherever required, has also been added with quintessential gold and silver.” 
The latest collection features printed sarees, lehengas and bridal sarees under two themes—The Spring Ushers and Zubeidaa (The essence).
The Spring Ushers collection features printed sarees, embracing pastels with bold accents and contrast coloured dark borders. Prints are inspired by textural floral of impressionists to rhythmic geometrical and checks of Eastern Indian artists. “They seek to bring out the multi-cultural trait aspect in the new age saree for the young,” the company said in a statement.
Set on comfortable and light feel georgettes and art silk, the sarees are a perfect match for stylistas who like to experiment with their look and start a trend of their own. The staid Art Silks blouses can be styled to suit parties, events or everyday office – and some of the flowery georgettes do flaunt a touch upon YashRaj’s Bollywood “Walk in the Spring Fields”.
Zubeidaa collection has exquisite lehengas, fusing in the “essence” elements of Mughal and Rajputana styles. Velvet tops on white or light coloured lehengas, the gold zardozi inspired motifs and embroideries, and the use of navy blues and dark pinks are very Mughal. While the earthy tones of green and orange, the kurta style tops and bright embroideries around cut-glass work are certainly Rajputana kind.
“The mellow colour palette is complemented with intricate workmanship and threadwork, with cut stones, contrasts and embroideries adding the requisite bling that lehengas so demand.” (RKS)

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