Indian designer suits have always been in vogue whether worn casually or formally. These suits can either be classically elegant or contemporary and edgy. The versatility of these suits is what makes them great for the designers to experiment and be creative with.
As seen on the runways of the various fashion weeks, Indian designer suits have distinct styles that have been trending for 2014. The cuts, the fabrics used, the inlay work, embroidery and style gives each suit a completely different look. Some of Indian designer suit styles that are trending this year include the flowing hemline style, low front and long back style, asymmetric cuts and necklines, overlay style and the monochrome style.
The flowing hemline style works well with georgette and gives these Indian designer suits an indo-western look. It looks great with embroidery. This look allows the hemline to be free flowing give it a feminine look. Indian designer suits with this hemline look chic and elegant and perfect for the day in light and neutral colours and beautiful in bright and darker colours for evening wear.
Stylish low cuts while leaving the back long is perfect for a modern look. This Indian designer suit style can either be slightly or completely flared. Bright borders with embroidery enhance the hemline and complement the rest of the suit perfectly.
Many designers experiment with necklines and cuts to give each Indian designer suit a distinct look and feel. This style allows for more creativity with design as designers can use different patterns, embellishments and colours in different ways creating unique and beautiful pieces.
An overlay style is also currently trending where suits are layered with two different fabrics. The layering of these fabrics looks great when the fabric that is layered on top is transparent or netted allowing the inner fabric to be seen. Fabrics can also be used at different cuts making both the fabrics visible.
This style is trending due the gorgeous outcome of this overlay style. Majority of the Indian designer suits that have this style can also have exquisite embroidery on the fabrics making these suits look gorgeous.
Finally the monochrome style on suits is one of the biggest trends of 2014. The use of embroidery in a monochrome light and dark tint of the same colour is popular among many designers. The monochrome style is common where the outer layer is transparent or netted while the inner is opaque.
Indian designer suits have their own distinctiveness with each of these trends in 2014 making them unique and eye-catching!
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