These 6 Accessories Are All You Need To Up Your Style Game
Lakme Fashion Week brought us some of the best outfits and makeup looks this year. We got to witness some fabulous sustainable fashion shows, fashion from the North East, and gorgeous celebrity showstoppers like Bebo, Sushmita Sen, and Aditi Rao Hydari, to name a few. Another thing that caught our eye at LFW this year was the accessories.
Accessories pull a look together, and are always a major part of any outfit. Plus, you can’t deny that they add that oomph factor every fashion ‘it’ girls needs! So, if you’re ready to update your wardrobe already, here are the accessory trends from LFW that will spread like wildfire soon!
This season, we spotted a lot of aviators and old-fashioned frames on the ramp. Falguni Shane Peacock and Narendra Kumar Ahmed showcased glasses as an integral part of their outfits. It really does add character, doesn’t it?
2. FANNY PACKS
Fanny packs are back, ladies! If you were slightly skeptical about wearing the 90s trend, shed all your inhibitions now because this piece of fashion is back with a bang. Ritu Kumar did an impeccable job of gelling the belted bags trend with her gorgeous outfits.
Listen up, brides-to-be, and the bridal brigade, there are some new and fashionable potlis in town. Thanks to Ashwini Reddy’s show, we are all for carrying potlis to weddings this season. From shimmery to floral, there’s something for everybody.
4. FLORAL HEADGEAR
Anita Dongre made us fall in love with delicate flowers as headgear all over again. It adds a feminine touch and makes you look like a princess.
Personally, I absolutely love hoops. It is such a fab 90s trend that is still alive and well. Designer Shloka Sudhakar paired hoops with Indian ensembles, and might we say, we loved the retro touch!
Belts are a versatile accessory as they can be paired with dresses, denim shirts, and even sarees! They add the much-needed jazz to your outfits and are the perfect, easy upgrade from a run-of-the-mill wardrobe. Designers like Shweta Kapur and Label De Belle did a commendable job of pairing belts with various outfits.