Capes are the most trending chic pieces on the runways that work wonders in molding a casual outfit into a high-fashion ensemble.
Let us see how the designers have put this concept into play at the India Couture Week 2016,
Undoubtedly, Rohit Bal displayed true royalty with his collection. From the headgear to the stunning capes, he payed attention to every detail. Be it floor length capes or cropped ones, the intricate embroidery added an irrefutable elegance to the solid colored outfits.
Hence to any monotone outfit of yours, add a rich textured cape and swing in splendor.
Gaurav Gupta’s collection definitely looked ruffles overloaded. His cape styles had uniqueness about the cut and the flare.
If you are wondering on how to convince someone about your ruffle outfit, confuse them by adding a flaring cape to it.
If carrying a dupatta seems tedious, swap it for a cape. You will be amazed at the captivating change of outlook the outfit portrays.
One of our favorite cape style is here. Look at the heavy embellished cape that sparkled the entire outfit. Truly magical isn’t it?
Anamika Khanna displayed versatile cape versions at the India Couture Week 2016. The easy breezy, simple cape style on saris looked delightful.
She is one of the best in designing heavily embellished, high collared capes. Take a look here.
Rahul Mishra stood loyal to the modern bride theme of the ICW 2016. The capes ranged from floor length to crop style with heavy floral patterns. His high collared capes can be chosen to avoid heavy jewelry during the wedding.
Anita Dongre made the cape style look very chic and simple to carry, even on saris. Anyone who is conscious of the skin show in a sari can pick the sleeveless cape for it. A perfect piece of cover-up for a badly tailored blouse, don’t you agree?
A fringed cape is totally cool. Take a look here:
The veteran designer spilled magic at the ICW 2016 with his resplendent cape design.
Manav Gangwani, the man who made Kangana Ranaut look like an empress on the runway, displayed regal cape styles.
He designed royal European style capes with Indian craftsmanship very elegantly. These pieces of layering can give a graceful touch to any casual outfit.
Which designers’ cape style caught your eye? Share with us your comments in the section below.
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