106th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra2237241231929448 Tamil Nadu118594711161636 Delhi102831742173165 Gujarat37636267441978 Uttar Pradesh2996819627313 Telangana2761216287313 Karnataka2681511100417 West Bengal2383715790804 Rajasthan2140416575472 Andhra Pradesh211979745252 Haryana1799913645279 Madhya Pradesh1562711768622 Bihar12525933898 Assam12523833016 Odisha10097670354 Jammu and Kashmir89315399143 Punjab67494554175 Kerala5895345228 Chhatisgarh3415272814 Uttarakhand3230262143 Jharkhand3018210422 Goa190311568 Tripura171612481 Manipur14307710 Himachal Pradesh107876410 Puducherry104351714 Nagaland6443030 Chandigarh4924017 Arunachal Pradesh270922 Mizoram1971390 Sikkim125650 Meghalaya94432
Lifestyle Fashion and Beauty 13 Oct 2019 Lighter shades are n ...

Lighter shades are new blacks for Chennaiites

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ROMANI AGARWAL
Published Oct 13, 2019, 12:30 am IST
Updated Oct 13, 2019, 12:30 am IST
With Diwali round the corner, city designers have come out with colours and designs to make the Chennai crowd look extravagant this festive season.
With the temperature on the rise, the designers are also going for comfortable materials.
 With the temperature on the rise, the designers are also going for comfortable materials.

DC spoke to city’s designers and found the colours and designs that they have come up with. Chennaiites wear both Indian and Indo-western costumes for the occasion. The women of Chennai love their gold, and keeping that in mind designer Rehane has brought out indo - western wear having smoky blue with a lot of gold foil, giving it a very westernized type of look. She also adds “I have brought in lot of Peshwaz, which basically is a floor length kalidaar kurta with churidars, and very heavy dupattas. The color theme this year is towards the brighter side.”

With the temperature on the rise, the designers are also going for comfortable materials. Chaitanya Rao, a leading fashion designer, says- “I am bringing in a lot of organic cottons this year. There is an open jacket that can be teamed with anything to wear like with a sharara dress or jeans. It is a long flowy jacket that goes with multiple costumes. My designs generally are timeless kind of pieces made using antique colors and designs. A lot of the pastel colors have been used this time.”

 

00

Diwali dresses are also bought keeping in mind the wedding season that comes after it. The women of the city do not generally shy away from repeating their clothes. Tina Vincent, of XXL Tina Vincent Store, who likes designing such clothes and specializes in designing plus-size, says,  “I prefer giving a western touch. I focus on good fabric and cuts. Even with my embroidery I don’t overdo it. You should always be able to pair it up with accessories like jewelry and wear it for multiple occasions and not just a onetime wear costume. I have this year brought in a lot of blings, shimmers and sequences. I am generally known to make clothes on the darker shades but this year I am going towards white and pinks also because women these days are experimenting with these colors a lot.”

...




ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT