8 must have colours to step up your style game this festive season!
The Festival of lights is just around the corner and one can sense the festive spirit in the air. Diwali is a special festival that is celebrated with exuberance across India. From homes to wardrobes – everything takes on new meaning. In short, Diwali is the festival when you want to look your best in the most fashionable wear. Anarkalis, Punjabi Suits, and Salwars will always remain a favourite among women. Anarkalis in long, flowy silhouettes with little volume and innovative cuts — deep backs and right placement of embroidery are going to be the mainstay for this season. However, this Diwali, Ankur Textiles offers you an opportunity to go beyond the trendiest wear by bringing you the most exciting colours that are going to turn heads this festive season. Read on for the most sought after colours this Diwali and get ready to add your own glow to the festival of lights!
Take a plunge into the world of fashion with this mesmerizing shade of blue. Inspired by the Caribbean Sea, this shade of blue is sure to draw attention, while making you feel calm and confident.
Set hearts racing with the Formula One shade of pantone colour. Be it a traditional family lunch or a party with friends at night, bring your garment to life with the Formula One shade.
If you want to silence the fashion police, the Ski Patrol Red is just what you’re looking for! This luscious colour is a wonderful choice for juicy couture inspired anarkalis, bodycon skirts, form-fitting tops, and much more.
Inspired from the landscape shrub Barberry that grows under almost any condition this pantone shade is a softer hue of red. Use this shade of Barberry to customize an anarkali or an evening gown to standout in the crowd without being loud.
One of the hottest neutral colors for this festive season, the Windsor Wine is a show stopper. A perfect colour for a chic wine & dine function, the Windsor Wine will surely elevate your wardrobe.
This colour is a rich shade of burgundy and a dark shade of rose. Cordovan takes its name from the city of Cordoba, Spain. Use this rich colour to design flowing garments that will make people go Ooh LA LA!
Another stunning colour for this festive season, the Mazarine Blue is a deep purplish blue. This colour is inspired by the Mazarine Blue Butterfly. Use this colour to bring out the social butterfly in you!
Lime Green signifies the color of life, renewal, nature, and energy. In a world that is promoting environmental sustenance its time to Go Lime Green!