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Make this Dipavali an extremely fashionable one!

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Oct '08
Ms Villo Mirza, Chief Designer, Hansiba
Festive season in India continues through out the year. Dipavali, the celebration of colours and lights, one of the prime festivals of the country, is just round the corner.

Obviously, fashion conscious people would prefer to create their own style as they desire to portray a glamorous image.

It is said that right placement of cuts and colours can make you look scintillating as well as stylish.

Let's see what's 'In' this Dipavali.

Ace couturier, Ms Villo Mirza, Chief Designer, Hansiba, which is the flagship brand of STFC (SEWA Trade Facilitation Centre), has shared few fashion tips for Dipavali with Fibre2fashion.

Ms Villo Mirza says, "Embellished tank, jewelled tops teamed with tights and straight pants can be worn by young. Flat strapped silk with bodices, yoke finished with uneven hem is for working women. Antique edged sari with cut cholis in spaghetti styled and long brocket halter neck choli for the home maker beauties."

Discussing the fabrics one should choose this time, Ms Mirza stressed, "This time experimentations can be done with natural organics and herbal fabrics. For slim fit look, voiles, single knits, satins are just perfect. To give a more feminine look to the attire one can choose cuts that make you look slim, tall, and falter”

Cocktail of contemporary and traditional is expected to be 'In' this season. According to the Chief Designer of Hansiba, brocket is age old fabric from the Indian platter that can be transformed into a strapless corsets. Even fitted short overlap jackets, quilted with kantha on chint print bring out that gorgeous look.

With maximum coverage of the international fashion, Indians are now more prone to make variety of changes in their clothing styles. So this time, you can try out soft hues like pink and lilac, sun yellow, nut black.

This Dipavali, get into the groove with sophisticated, chic and unique fashion and be a head turner.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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