There are certain brands you associate with because they stand for your personality. Your personal fashion aesthetics. Biba is definitely one of those brands. I have worn their kurtis in college and so long they keep making kurtis like they do, I will definitely be looking out for this one brand.
Lets talk about the primary over arching theme of their new collection first. For me, the latest collection was a lot about colors and diversity in patterns. The collection sees a spangle of every hue and color possible with motifs and prints that make you think of larger than life Indian influences. The different prints assembled in this collection include large florals, paisley, the classic small leaf print, geometric influences and my favourite the phulkari-inspired prints. There are plenty of cuts available. The A-line, anarkali, the slightly loose short kurtis and the classic straight long ones.
The smaller detailing like light sequin spray on the prints and the cute crochet detailing in a panel right below the shoulders is what completes this Biba collection. Definitely a lot of pieces that you would could wear on an everyday basis to work, at home or even for tea and shopping with friends.
The characteristic thing about the collection and is almost an extension of Biba's brand image is the myriad of colors and the exuberance that the combinations stand for. I definitely see myself wearing some of these pieces over neautral colored pajamas or the A-line kurtis over skinny jeans.
|Notice the cute crochet panel.|
|Almost inspired from Holi, the festival. :)|
|My favourite piece. Anarkali with phulkari inspired print on the bolero jacket.|
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