Fashion Weeks are those two weeks in a year when the fashion enthusiasts get into their best of attires, strutting their way through the crowd of those who cheer tassels and bomber jackets more than an elementary chaos of monochrome mundaneness that otherwise consumes us all. While we all wish to be in our best of attires 365 days of the month, these few select days are when we give in our 100% to look the best versions of ourselves.
Keeping up with the requirements, and given the 2nd yearly season of the fashion week commences during the Indian festive season, I collaborated with Tacfab Fashions to be my style partners for one of the days of the fashion week.
Tacfab Fashions Pvt. Ltd. operates under the parent company, Sahib Textiles, which is a 65 years old textiles house. They are into wholesale dress material and fabric manufacturing business since 1947. Tacfab specialises in ready-to-stitch, salwar kameez sets and dress material fabrics that infuse the latest trends with the ethnic silhouettes flawlessly.
After spending an hour with the brilliant team of Tacfab Kamla Nagar and trying out an array of dresses, anarkalis, pakistani palazzo-kurti sets and some really amazing off-the-runway fusion dresses, I picked up this really vibrant Anarkali to wear to the fashion week.
Their are so many things that I loved about this look. 1stly, the ombre dye-design of the Anarkali definitely anted up the design quotient manifolds. The fitting was absolutely complimenting around the torso with a voluminous skirt falling below the waist to floor lengths for added drama. The side slit of the Anarkali made me feel like the Indian Angelina Jolie at times (no kidding) while the hassled and embellished dupatta turned out to be the star of the overall look.
The best part about this Anarkali is that you can either wear it the traditional way by embellishing with statement jewels and the festive makeup to top it up, or you can play around with the fusion a bit more (like I did) and adorn a septum and match it up with jhumkis and a pair of mirrored sunglasses.
With Anarkalis of such volume, I suggest pairing it up with a pair of heels instead of flats, as it not only gives the right posture, but does justice to the length of the Anarkali as well! But if you are not keen on walking in stilettos, then your best alternate has to be the evergreen jootis.
Now if this look has gotten you intrigued on learning more about the brand Tacfab, then i must share with you that they also excel in trendy bridal wear with heavy sari embellished dress materials, straight long salwar kameezes and printed georgette sets among an array of traditional ethnic silhouettes. The brand puts in extra effort into maintaining the quality of the fabric and embellishments used in producing such a vast range of clothing for both Indian and international consumer market.
If you are or from Delhi, then I suggest visiting their store to pick your style and get the most complimenting fit there and then, or else, keeping up with the digitalisation in today’s times, Tacfab has also ventured into the e-commerce portal and house a portion of their products on their portal www.tacfabfashions.com.
What do you think about the look? Will you adorn something like this or do you have another ethnic style that’s your personal favourite?