Best of Amazon India Fashion Week A/W 2015

Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015

I might as well re-name this post to The Best of Payal Singhal, because hers was the only show I loved completely at Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2015. For the first time, I loved not just the wearable pieces, but also those statement-making ones that leave you wondering who would wear that off the runway. Yes, I loved those ones too.

I digress.

I absolutely loved only 5 outfits from the entire 5 day fashion week. Only 5 that I would wear myself and highly recommend to brides to be. Most of them are from Payal Singhal’s show. There were also a few others I liked, but did not love crazily enough to put in my top picks – I’ll curate those and upload them onto a Facebook album for you to view later on this evening. Edit: The Facebook album that contains 13 of the best outfits from AIFW is up now!

For now, here are my top 5.

The Best of the Best

TDB Picks Payal Singhal silk embroidered lehenga in stone grey | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blog TDB Picks Payal Singhal silk embroidered lehenga in stone grey - embroidery details | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blog

A decadent Payal Singhal lehenga. The stone grey, the delicate floral embroidery in gold – it screams “make way for the fabulous bride”!

Where to wear? Without a doubt, your Reception.TDB Picks stone grey silk and tulle embroidered gown | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blog TDB Picks stone grey silk and tulle embroidered gown - embroidery details | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blog

Another beautiful Payal Singhal outfit – a gown that’s fit for a princess.

Where to wear? Your Engagement or Reception.

Like I said, most of my top 5 are from Payal Singhal’s show and this is the third one. The lace reminds me of the kind of work Shehla Khan does, but Payal works it right with a sari just as well. This is one I don’t mind wearing, minus that blouse though. I’d want to add another shade to the ensemble to brighten it up just a little bit.

Where to wear? For your trousseau to wear post-wedding.

TDB Picks Nikasha red sari with cherry tree floral print border | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blog

First of all, ignore the blouse. Bring your attention to just the sari. It’s pretty, isn’t it? The bright colour, and the almond blossom print on the border – it’s so simple, and that’s all it takes to make it fantastic. I almost missed this pretty piece because of all that floral extravaganza on the top. Like I said, just focus on the sari.

Where to wear? For your trousseau! Me wants too. Me gets? *runs off to find the price*

Kavita Bhartia embroidered formal dress | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blog Kavita Bhartia embroidered formal dress details | Best of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015 | thedelhibride Indian weddings blogI don’t do capes. And I don’t like the high-low trend. And yet, I find myself drawn to this Kavita Bhartia dress. It looks so comfortable, and that embroidered pattern is so pretty, and it’s in pale blue – my favourite colour for over 2 years now! I just want to get into this and head to work.

Where to wear? Your office. Or brunch. Or fashion week. Wherever. It’s all good.

Who was your favourite designer at AIFW? Did you also feel the love for these 5 top picks?

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