NEW DELHI,13.10.17-BIBA, the leading ethnic wear brand with its latest vibrant collection is all set to make the festive celebrations grandeur. The latest collection mirrors the styles from India’s glorious past as BIBA brings back an array of traditional-royal designs. Experimenting with the bottom wear, the collection entails dramatic skirts and embroidered pants to finish the royal look. The designs are inspired by the old world charm of Nizams and Awadhs boasted in their Anarkalis, skirts, Shararas, Kurtas and Palazzos, with the highlight of rich fabrics like chanderi, benarasi, cotton, and modal. To add to the essence of medieval era, the bright palettes of fuchsia, nostalgic cherry, emerald green are intertwined with old and new design aesthetics, hence, creating a subtle yet royal look.
To help you look perfect for the celebrations, here are the TOP 5 Picks from BIBA’s latest collection:
Nizami Sharara: The beautiful off white silk metallic kurta featuring zari embellishment when teamed with yellow printed shimmering chanderisharara with side tasseled drawstring and matching metallic benarasi dupatta will lend a royal look to the festivities. To increase the style quotient opt for BIBA’s statement earrings.
Pathani Jacket: The elegant and vibrant hot pink Leheriya anarkali with embellished pathani jacket can be paired with matching knit churidar and bandhni dupatta, to add elegance and gracefulness to the Diwali celebrations.
Pashtuni Pants: The trendy pashtuni pants inspired from the nomadic tribes of Kashmir paired with a black embellished kalidar kurta is a perfect option for the grand Diwali parties. One can opt for BIBA’s stone embellished handcuffs and crystal studded clutch to complete the look.
Peshwai Kurta: Be the light of every party with this elegant haze yellow chanderi kurta, reflecting the easy going styles of the Peshwa dynasty. Pair it with beige coloured skirts an elegant pick for the season.
Awadhi Anarkali: The Awadhi styled deep fuchsia anarkali with khari printed borders and detailed zariwork recaptures the splendour of the Nawabi era. When paired with matching churidaar and dupatta will add more sophistication to the overall look.