Well folks! The spirit of love is here again. Red hearts, pink roses, cards, chocolates and songs of love. Yes its V’day. The aroma of love envelopes all geographies and generations, enchanting us all. So, let’s celebrate the whiff of romance in the air and revel in the fervour of love. Love is all that matters, yet it’s nice to add an aesthetic touch of fashion to the whole affair. Embrace your inner romance, by slipping into the best Valentine’s day attire with the most fashionable frills and styles. How about some golden rules presented by some connoisseurs of fashion, to create the ‘Wow Halo’. Dress Impress this Valentine’s Day!!

by Vaishali Nanda

This upcoming designer “Stick to a silhouette you feel comfortable and confident in. Glam yourself in a pair of jeans with flouncy bright coloured blouse in shades of pink, red, purple or floral prints. One hot look in a short dress or a long flowy gown or a sheer shirt with dark colours or a floral shirt. Detailing it with beautiful bracelets, ear cuffs or danglers and neck pieces or stylish belts that make a statement. Spill over the colours of love for the bold and vivacious look.”, suggests this upcoming designer.
Tapasi Mohanty
Rabia Designers & Boutiques Pvt. Ltd.

LaleePatnaik “Comfort is the key, no matter what! If you feel good in what you are wearing, you will always look good. No need to stress yourself about what you should be wearing on Valentine’s Day. Classic colours like red and pink are the quintessential choice. Long evening gowns & LBDs make a great choice. Fabrics like soft velvets, flowing chiffons and rich silks add a touch of glamour to the outfit. The look should be well accessorized with minimal makeup, a nice evening clutch and high heels so that you are all set for a memorable evening.”

“You are a DIVA…Amalgamate contemporary ethnic ensemble with sensuousness. Drape gorgeously in bright and funky shades of pink, orange, indigo with simply styled blouses, accessorizing with beautiful neck bands, nose & ear blobs to capture the surging spirit of love and sensuality.”
Gargi Bhattacharya
The Living Loom


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