This collection from SVA by Sonam and Paras Modi really caught my eye when I saw the bold geometric prints strut down the runway at the recent Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive fashion show.
Whilst the Lakme Fashion Weeks pieces come with a price tag which runs into thousands of pounds, the outfits I'm blogging about today are actually much more affordable, but they still have that wow factor!
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If I had to choose one of these three for myself, I'd pick the dress on the left, firstly because of the very practical reason that I'm more comfortable with a round neckline and secondly because there's the tiniest hint of green around the bottom which I would use as the basis for my accessories and make-up!
These so-called "half and half" saris feature a printed half and georgette half:
SVA LenghasI'm really getting into this kind of chic understated lengha look! I think after seeing so many long, flowing, voluminous, quadruple-layered outfits, ensembles like this are such a refreshing change. I think the key to making this look work is in the fit of the top.
All of the prices above are from Pernias Pop Up Shop as of September 2014 - if you're tempted to buy you can check out details here.
SVA Tunics for under £150
I was amazed today to find these tunics from SVA over on Exclusively.in for under £150! The pricing on the website is in dollars, and they come in at $136 dollars for the middle tunic and $109 each for the other two.
SVA Couture CollectionSo I've shown you the mid-price range and the budget range so it's only fair that I finish with the "blow the budget" Lakme Fashion Week catwalk collection! Scroll to 7 minutes 40 in this video:
What do you think of this collection? Is it something you would wear?