Friday, August 6, 2010

Fall Fashion Guide

So I was just going through the Fall 2010 runway looks, and it seems that even this Autumn/Winter the boho meets goth meets femme fatale look (ok in retrospect that makes me sound like a person who knows zilch about fashion;much like my friend Nayantara) that has been popularized by the likes of Kate Moss,Ashley Olsen and LiLo(Lindsay Lohan for those of you who've been living under a rock) will prevail.I've put together a few looks from Indian designers, that should most definitely become a wardrobe staple for all of you(I mean women) this Fall.

First on our list is this black high waisted skirt from Gaurav and Ritika.Now what's so different about this version you ask, the fact that it's not a normal fitted pencil skirt.Enough said.Pair this with a white racerback and a statement necklace, and you're good to go.

Next we have jackets.I heart this black military inspired one from ANKY by Ankita and Anjana Bhargava(don't let the name fool you).

Also these Nehru inspired vests(the perfect accompaniment to neutral hued tank tops and tye dye/acid washed jeggings:the denim version of leggings) by Tarun Tahilliani.

These long cardigan type thingys would like nice belted over floral dresses.

Abraham and Thakore


Some other jackets that I really like.

Vineet Bahl

Bian by Gurpreet Pia Flemming

Cue' by Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna


For those of you tomboys/feminists out there who hate wearing skirts, worry not,you have plenty to choose from:


Kavita Bhartia



Ritu Kumar

High Waisted:

Cue' by Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna

Pankaj and Nidhi



Wide Leg Trousers:

Tarun Tahilliani

And what would winter be without dresses.Here I give you many options including a few from designer to watch out for Amit Aggarwal(India's very own answer to Alber Elbaz).

Cue' by Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna

Kavita Bhartia

Morphe' by Amit Aggarwal

Vineet Bahl

Shantanu and Nikhil


And don't hate me for doing this, but these two dresses from Mynah(eeesh what were they thinking keeping that name) are actually quite nice.

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