Dark Feather: WIFWSS15 Day 4 details and Black Dress

Dark Feather: WIFWSS15 Day 4 details and Black Dress

Hi Everyone!

I received this incredible dress from House of Marlyn for wearing it in WIFWSS15 and I’m super excited to share my Day 4 look with all of you.

I wore this dress which is from the House of Marlyn by designer Parnika Jain which includes an embellished crop and a long skirt. I love the detailed work of the embellishments on the top and the high waist skirt complimented the top very nicely. I kept the whole look very simple wearing only one statement Jewellery with it i.e. My ring bracelet. Blocked heels are very much in fashion and because I have to survive the Wills Lifestyle Fashion Week hectic schedule, I decided to pair my blocked heel boot with this outfit which gave the outfit a very quirky look.


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On Day 4 of WIFWSS15, we were invited to Dev r Nil and Urvashi Kaur’s show. Below are the show details:

Dev R Nil: A Song of the Wild

The collection is an ode to Bohemia, the spirit of travelling and accumulating experiences that fill our heart and mind. The textures and the embroideries have a traditional touch with hours of love. Mirror work, bead work, thread embroideries pleating and the crushing of fabrics are all but modern yet have a timeless appeal. The hand woven Ikats and silks weave an unusual relationship story with chiffons and georgettes. The layers of various fabrics and patterns come together, albeit in a nonconformist manner.

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Urvashi Kaur: ZIRAN

A recurring fascination with ethnic communities, an unrelenting wanderlust and disparate cultural interest and journeys, all find distinct expression in designer Urvashi Kaur’s ZIRAN. A collection bursting with sub-Chinese vivacity, Ziran finds its inspiration in the nomadic folk of Xining, China, so far unspoken, unseen and unaccounted for. The introduction of a dominant universal trend this season, denim, provides a stiffer quality for structured outwear. There exists an evident dichotomy between the rigid and the fluid. Cinched waists and ruching techniques with Obi belts add a calculated fit to otherwise slack silhouettes, and a relaxed vibe continues, highlighting Urvashi’s affinity for languid lines. Chinese inspired necklines, raglan and kimono sleeves, baggy culottes and palazzos, fuss free drapes with a generous slouch, crop tops, wrap dresses, jumpsuits sided with overblown sleeves, shirtdresses, skirts, jackets sans sleeves, saris, all feed on structural ease for silhouettes, adapted as a nod to deconstruction



Hope you like the post. Thank you so much for reading!



Dress: House Of Marlyn (Here)

Bag: Madame

Shoes: Romwe.com (Here)

Accessories: Ring Bracelet – Forever21

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