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Spring into Style With The Hottest Fashion Trends of 2024: Are You Vogue Ready?


Spring sets in and brings bursts of colours, fabrics, and styles, making the season even more special. In a land where tradition and culture elegantly seep through various parts of life to make it more meaningful, Indian traditional fashion is never left behind. This year, embrace the changing seasons with the latest trends and styles, fit for celebrating the essence of spring.

The Trends of The Season

Picture yourself at a fashion show this year, where the models showcase the trends of spring this year and understand how you can incorporate them into your wardrobe.

The name of the show: “Spring Trends for the Year.”

There are two major categories of trends this year and accordingly, the show is divided into two parts: The Design and The Colours.

The Designs of Spring

With the announcement, “The first section, the “Designs of Spring” will feature models showcasing popular prints for the season”, echoing on the speakers, the show begins.

The Classic Indian Print:

The first model gracefully walks down the runway in a silk sari featuring florals. But not just any floral print, the Classic Indian Print. The print showcases the tantalising harmony of leaves, flowers, and even a main branch in some places and is delicate and very expressive. This print that perfectly captures the essence of Indian craftsmanship, strikes the idea of gifting a similar saree to your sister for her next birthday.

Tip: Pair a vibrant silk saree with a solid-coloured blouse or get a floor-length Anarkali with florals on the hemline or hand-block suit sets. Add traditional gold jewellery to complete the look.

The European Print:

The runway comes alive as the next model walks in donning an Anarkali dress, the voluminous silhouette of which looks stunning. Delicate and smaller flower prints, mostly non-directional combining different European flowers grace the Anarkali, creating an enchanting effect. The feature of European flowers as the main theme of the print depicts the print type as European.

Tip: Look for chiffon sarees, Anarkali dresses, and kurti sets, in this print and elevate them to look chic with bohemian-inspired jewellery, along with ankle boots for the kurtis and maxi dresses.

Abstract florals:

However, you weren't prepared to be as captivated by the next model and her interesting attire. Upon close inspection, you see the model’s frame elegantly draping an organza saree, intricately adorned with abstract shapes made to look like a flower. The design is chic and fun and is the type of floral that looks bold and contemporary. It makes you wonder whether something like this would work at your next outdoor gathering.

Tip: You can wear this print on sarees in lightweight fabrics like crepe, organza, georgette, and others, on jackets, and even on some cotton kurta set for women.

Bold Floral Patterns:

Finally, bold floral patterns take centre stage and perfectly showcase themselves on the Lehenga Choli of the next model. The prints were big and vibrant, making the ensemble more chic. You can see yourself gracefully pulling off the same look at a friend’s wedding.

Tip: Wear these in Anarkali dresses, Kurta sets, and lehengas, and complement the outfit with minimal jewellery and bold lips to help accentuate the floral prints.

The Colours of Spring

The mood shifts and the second section of the show begins as different hues start taking the stage:

Soft Pink:

A feeling of romance and femininity fills the air as the first model glides in donning a simple kurta set, almost like those daily wear cotton suits. The Kurta set is in soft pink; a delicate colour often associated with delicate femininity and grace, making the model exude a timeless beauty.

Tip: Looks best in sarees and lehengas, along with kurta sets. You can pair it with golden accessories and bring the look together with a sleek bun or soft curls.

Powder Blue:

A model wearing a chiffon saree in powder blue glides in, along with her a serene feeling of tranquility. This colour, reminiscent of a clear spring day, brings a fresh vibe to the ensemble making it the perfect showstopper.

Tip: Wear this colour as lightweight kurta sets, chiffon sarees, and Anarkalis with minimal embellishments. Refine the look with pearl or silver jewellery, and minimalistic hair and makeup.

Mint Green:

Next, you and the rest of the audience are enchanted as the next model wears an A-Line Kurta in Mint Green. A refreshing shade that indicates renewal and is associated with growth and prosperity, mint green offers the wearer a feeling of rejuvenation and the onlookers a fresh feeling.

Tip: Opt for a mint green silk saree, or lehenga for the most charming effect. and complete the attire with silver or white-gold jewellery for a modern look.

Peach:

Finally, the colour peach steals the show as the final model walks in wearing a peach Anarkali. This colour represents vitality, adding a subtle pop of colour to the outfit.

Tip: Best worn in sarees or kurta sets, with floral prints. Complete the ensemble with statement jewellery and soft peachy makeup.

Best Spring Outfits

The fashion show gave you a picture of the trends for the season. Now let’s see what you can wear them in to create a comfortable ensemble this spring:

Printed Kurti:

The most versatile traditional clothing of them all. Elegant, easy to carry, and found in numerous options, these are the best options for a spring outfit. Get a cotton Jaipuri kurti with floral prints to create a charming ensemble.

Anarkalis:

A timeless piece of ethnic clothing, the Anarkali has won hearts with its graceful allure and grand appeal for decades. Opt for Anarkali’s in vibrant shades, on cotton to stay comfortable while looking ethereal.

Kurta with Palazzos:

The modern twist to your ethnic ensemble, a kurta suit with a palazzo, adds a lively touch to your outfit. Opt for breezy kurta suits in earthy tones and pair them with a contrasting palazzo. You can also opt for a party-wear suit with solid-coloured palazzos to let the dazzling suit shine.

At Kahva , we offer a curated selection of the most enchanting traditional clothing for women. Each piece is adorned with the timeless art of handblock printing and made of the finest fabrics to keep you comfortable. With our harmonious blend of colour and design, we bring you excellence in the form of our collection.