Salwar Kameez Patterns We Loved From Lakme Fashion Week 2015

If there has to be one ensemble from the Indian style book that has managed to seal a niche across all cultures and social layers, it is that of the salwar kameez. It can be basic, it can be pompous; it can be glossy, it can be simple. Make it as you want to but you will always be happy with a Salwar kameez. That is the power of this India attire—all set to become a cult classic. With Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Festive 2015 editions having just gone by, take a look at some designer salwar kameez patterns we loved enough to swoon over.

 

Salwar Suit Designs by Nikhil Thampi

Salwar Kameez Patterns by Nikhil Thampi- Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Nikhil Thampi – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

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Nikhil Thampi unleashed few awesome designs at the LWF Festive edition on Day 1. These salwar kameez patterns deserve a thunderous clap. It has an unconventional cut and instead of a typical kameez, he used a cape like cut. The churidaar is a stellar part of the ensemble. Thampi’s style is unorthodox and daring without being unrealistic.

 

Salwar Kameez Patterns by Payal Singhal

Salwar Suit Designs by Payal Singhal - Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Payal Singhal – – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

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Payal Singhal’s salwar kameez patterns from her collection ‘Maaya’ reveals plenty of Arabic influences. With gorgeous zardosi and thread work used on muted shades such as off-white and bold black/greys, the styles here were shimmery with a twist.

 

Salwar Kameez Patterns by Ritu Kumar

Designer Salwar Kameez Patterns by Ritu Kumar - Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Ritu Kumar – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Salwar Kameez Design Patterns by Ritu Kumar - Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Ritu Kumar – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

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The best salwar suit designs we picked from her collection this LFW Festive edition is  one that is flowy and long—almost floor length. The clever use of toned down gold and crisp white makes us want to grab this piece now. Apt for winter as well as for sultry summer. This is bling with an understated sheen.

 

Salwar Kameez Patterns by Soumitra

Salwar Suit Designs by Soumitra - Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Soumitra – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

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Go in for a bold cut when it comes to salwar kameez design patterns. Soumitra unleashed a line of flowy cuts and silk based silhouettes that make for both causal and formal wear. The best part of the salwar kameezes here is that these are bold and inspired by the shades of rusticity.

 

Salwar Kameez Designs by Vineet Rahul

Salwar Kameez Patterns by Vineet Rahul - Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Vineet Rahul – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

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The salwar suit designs we loved from Vineet Rahul’s collection comes with an edge thanks to its broad neckline and kurta-like fit. The flared pants and the loose fit of the kameez render an easy feel to this style of salwar kameez. The aqua and grey contrast is a colour block effect we would love to see more of.

 

Salwar Suit Patterns by Divya Reddy

Salwar Kameez Patterns by Divya Reddy - Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

Divya Reddy – Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 [Runway]

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Pastels and chiffon-y chic—were taken a notch above with Divya Reddy’s ensembles. The kameezes are extra long and barely stick to the shape of the wearer. The salwars are almost not visible to the eye but have a certain solidity about the way Reddy has layered these.

With the place of the salwar kameez remaining sealed at the top, we now know why the trend of a good salwar suit refuses to fade. Here’s raising a toast to these top salwar kameez picks from Lakme Fashion Week Festive Edition 2015.

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