Ingrid and I are very excited to finally share this experience with you guys, we attended the Day 2 of IBFW.
The IBFW 2017 buzz engulfed Goa months before it’s actual date, and we were super excited to be invited first time as bloggers. The show took us completely by storm, we witnessed some ravishing and extraordinary designs presented by some very talented designers.
The designs ranged from trendy resort/ beach wear to rich Indian and western wear. Some elements really caught our eye and inspired us to use it in our everyday life to add a sparkle to our daily fashion.
Some of the designers that made their appearance on day 2 were Sakshi K Relan, Amin Farista, Komal Panchal, Rachana Sansad, Lalit Dalmia, Sukriti & Aakriti. While each one showcased a variety of exceptional looks, all were unique and made a statement of their own.
WHAT WE ARE ADDING THESE ELEMENTS TO OUR WARDROBE
Flood your closets with pastels- Sukriti and Aakriti presented some stunning designs, all in pastels.
- DEEP SLITS
The ‘la mode’ collection by Lalit Dalmia showcased a vintage twist to a modern look.
- HAND PRINTS & EMBROIDERY
Rachana Sansa’s show was a total yay moment! She put together some amazing designs which revolved around the famous hand prints and embroidery.
- STYLISH COMFY SHOES
We so love them for a simple fact of being super comfortable and adding a wow look to our outfits in whole.
- KHADI FOREVER
Keeping up with our roots, yes I’m talking about the khadi cloth.
- STATEMENT JEWELERY
Sakshi K Relan lured the crowd with her collection called blurred lines inspired by the LGBT community. The chunky nose piece and flat causal footware complimented each look to perfection. Something we can use while attending EDM parties and on funky night outs.
These are some of the things we took back with us from the IBFW 2017. I hope you enjoyed reading. We would love to hear your views, which is your favorite IBFW runway trend for this season?
Check out what we wore for the event and discover the behind the scenes as we prepped for the IBFW!
Article by : Amanda & Ingrid