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Trend Spotting at WIFW: My Favorite Fashionistas

However we may hate to realize it, but Wills India Fashion Week, SS14 has come to an end. What a week it was! Started off with much talked about collection of Masaba Gupta and ending with grandeur spread along Finale with Ashish N. Soni.

I could not attend it this time but still got a chance to be there for a few hours and loving the entire experience. Where every blog and publication is busy jotting down their favorites at the Fashion Week, I thought of starting it with the basics.

Yes! I am going to talk about people (or rather 'Fashionistas') I loved during WIFW SS14 and the way they showcased their favorite trends.

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In this scenario, where Jackets are going longer and hems are losing their symmetry, I spotted Sujata Assomull sporting the very classy Jacket dress-suit with beautiful thread work detailing. The jacket was definitely adding the feminism and giving it a powerful appearance.

Talking about hems and jackets would be incomplete if I would not mention Tanima Khosla and Ekta Rajani. Where Tanima sported an asymmetrical shrug and teamed it up with her denims, Ekta kept it subtle and sweet by adding a pastel button-down shirt to her asymmetrical attire.

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Following the jacket trend was Blogger, Rasna Bhasin, who looked chic and serene in a white bodycon number, where again a print jacket was playing its classy role.

Taking prints to a next level was Meher Bajwa, who teamed up her high-waist paisley print shorts with a black button-down shirt. I am sure, by now, all of you must have noticed the drool-worthy neckpiece.  

Ambika Anand  printed the town with her animal print peplum skirt which she teamed up with a sheer black blouse.  And I still cannot forget that road-side theme inspired quirky clutch she carried.

Another trend that I spotted during this massive fashion extravaganza was flowy silhouettes. Where Malini Agarwal looked red hot in her Bebe peasant style gown, Blogger Neha Vohra flaunted the hippie in her with a tribal inspired skirt.

Raashi Gaur

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