Ushering Spring & Summer with Triveni’s softer pastel sarees & lehengas
Triveni Sarees’ Spring & Summer 2015 collection introduces a comprehensive color palette and it features largely on a mix of softer, nature inspired & earthy pastels of colors.
“Last couple of seasons, we have seen a shift in paradigm from Fluorescents & Neons to more neutral and naive shades. People are looking for fashion that represents individual & offers more space, leaving room for dashes of brilliance – with prints, embroidery styles & colors. Bling, wherever required, has also been added with quintessential gold & silver,” adds Shailesh Saraf, Director, Triveni Sarees.
The latest spring and summer collections 2015by Trivenifeatures printed Sarees, Lehengas & Bridal Sarees.
“The Spring Ushers” collection features printed sarees, embracing pastels with bold accents and contrast colored dark borders. Prints are inspired by textural floral of impressionists to rhythmic geometrical& checks of Eastern Indian artists. They seek to bring out the multi-cultural trait aspect in the new age saree for the young.
Set on comfortable & light feel Georgettes & Art Silk, the sarees are a perfect match for the stylistas who like to experiment with their look and start a trend of their own. The staid Art Silks blouses can be styled to suit parties, events or everyday office – and some of the flowery Georgettes do flaunt a touch upon YashRaj’s Bollywood “Walk in the Spring Fields”.
Zubeidaa (The essence)
“Zubeidaa” collection brings to you exquisite lehengas, fusing in the essence elements of Mughal & Rajputana styles. Velvet tops on white or light colored lehengas, the gold zardozi inspired motifs & embroideries and the use of navy blues & dark pinks are very Mughal. The earthy tones of green & orange, the kurta style tops and bright embroideries around cut-glass work are certainly Rajputana kind.
The mellow color palette is complemented with intricate workmanship & threadwork, with cut stones, contrasts & embroideries adding the requisite bling that lehengas so demand.”