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Finally, beginning with the most delayed series of my Amazon India Fashion Week outfits! While last time I decided to stick to the ‘India Modern’ theme, this time I had made my mind to sport looks that are an amalgamation of trends that have rocked in recent past while keeping it minimal & elegant! 

At fashion weeks, we get to see alot of influencers going out of the way to create looks that are nowhere near to their personal style, for reasons best known to them! But the outfits that I wore are something that you’d definitely see me wearing otherwise as well.

I had created a look with an oversized pantsuit for AIFWAW17 in my head but after literally going crazy looking out for it, all I got was disappointment because there were hardly any brands offering the same! That is when my really close friend Charuta came to rescue & I borrowed this piece from her. Yes, you can wear borrowed stuff to fashion week! Remember? There are no rules to fashion!

I paired this metallic silver pantsuit with a bustier which had this beautiful intricate crochet detailing. Added tan mules & statement earrings to compliment with the attire. I also carried a box clutch with a DIY evil-eye patch on it. 

For hair, I kept them straight & sleek, and makeup included blue hints on the eyes (which mostly got covered under the glasses) & brown lips


Pantsuit – Borrowed | Earrings Bijoux by Priya | Bustier – Thrifted | Sunglasses – Thrifted [Shop similar Sunglasses for women at amazing prices]

Abraham & Thakore’s collection was on the androgynous lines where the color palette included powerful hues like black, red, ivory and more! The outfits, made using pure cotton, consisted of shirts, sarees and outerwear.

Sari 24/7 presented by Vogue was without a doubt the star of the day for it featured India’s strongest style staple by over 50 amazing designers such as Raw Mango, Bodice, Manish Malhotra to name a few. Who could have thought that a sari can be presented in so many variations under one roof! From belted to florals to fringes & eventually goth, you named it & you got it.