Bling it on: This trend has made a huge comeback, thanks to Manish Malhotra!
Dressing celebrities in his shiniest best, Malhotra has become the king of bling. Here are three of his design ideas that are perfect for busy mums
Have you feasted your eyes to some sequin bling this wedding season? Well, if you haven't, it's time to hop onto the most trending fashion bandwagon in India.
From the upper middle class to the industrialists, from sportspersons to movie stars, everybody is bitten by the sequin bug and it has literally taken over the Indian couture scene.
And, it seems one of the the most famous faces to add brand value to this work is ace designer Manish Malhotra.
Dressing celebrities in his shiniest best, Malhotra has become the king of bling, so to speak; and his added subtlety and the use of pastels makes him quite the popular choice. Don't believe us?
Well, then take a look at three of his recent sequin outfits that you can easily incorporate in your wardrobe.
#1 The fringe off-shoulder blouse
Cash in on the current off-shoulder trend and add this cut to your blouse collection. Let's be honest, one blouse can change the look of an entire saree.
And, if you still have a net saree (once trending 5 years back), you can add this blingy blouse and amp up its look. Take a cue from mum Shilpa Shetty Kundra's blouse and add some fringes to the blouse, if you feel even more adventurous.
#2 The sequin pastel gown
Another great option for mums this wedding season is an A-line sequin gown. The sequin adds a bit of volume to the fabric, and also looks ultra glam, so take your pick carefully.
This kind of attire has been making rounds in the fashion circles and since retro is back, there is no harm in trying a midi-length as well (disclaimer: not for fashion conservatives).
#3 The simple sequinned border
Finally, the one kind of bling you may have been trying for a long time. Worry not, it's still quite in vogue. However, take a cue from mum Farah Khan Kunder's fringed borders on her arms. They add an extra oomph to her otherwise simple attire.
This is also a perfect bet for mums who want a hassle-free outfit in their wardrobe, albeit with a bit of sequin.
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