Is White the New Trendsetter?

Some think of it as a blank canvas and some think  of it as well- blank. For what it’s worth, the colour white is far from the mundane and is now glorified into the exquisite world of couture.

White now is not only seen on beautiful brides who are about to colour their way of life but the colour has now taken the fashion world by storm.

The tones of white

White has become than just the colour, with different variations of it can be seen slaying the runway. With combinations of cream, pearl, off-white, silver and softer golds are making their way into the ladder. The white colour palette is huge with very minor differences so separating them and keeping each colours best qualities intact becomes a delicate process.

Show-stopping brides

The most prominent colour for Indian brides is red but now stunning brides are draped in white for a timeless and elegant look. From lahengas to sarees. White has now taken the bridal world by storm with new collections being launched by high-end designers that make the runways brighter with allure. 

Pairing white with a statement jewellery makes the entire look supremely enchanting. Pearls, emeralds are the most common ones used.

White has now become a beautiful soft colour for bridesmaids too and is being used for various occasions- not just weddings. 

It’s raining with bling 

White is not considered boring by any means with beautiful mirror work, pearls, sequins and softer laces, makes the final piece so beautifully elevated. As with white the possibilities are endless. 

Subtlety in opulent elegance 

White has now become vividly popular for Co-Od sets and even summer dresses. Despite being popular for being used as slip dresses in the nineties, it has come a long way since then by gracing the runway with different patterns. 


As fashion continues to evolve, white has established itself as a prominent contender in the color palette. Its versatility, timelessness, sustainability, and potential for individuality have propelled it beyond its traditional associations. It is undoubtedly making a strong case as the new color trend in fashion. Whether it’s a symbol of simplicity, a commitment to sustainability, or a canvas for personal expression, white is here to stay, proving that it’s much more than just a fleeting trend.

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Poly Fabrics: Couture Or a Disaster?

The world is changing and so are the tastes of fabrics when it comes to couture. The elite silks and delicate laces are not the only ones crowning runways. 

Poly fabrics have taken the world by storm and not just in terms of clothing. Poly fabrics are deemed to be of inferior quality which is far from the case now. Fabrics now in use tend to have a ‘mixed fabric ratio’ on their labels which has a percentage of poly material or are labelled to be 100% poly material. These fabrics are to be easy to take care of in terms of washing, ironing and even storing. And of course the quality is no exception with each wash considering the wear and tear of the fabric. 

Poly fabrics now grace the catwalk of many haute couture designers and boutiques today. Synthetic fabric that has the feel of silk, such as organza, duchess satin, crepe, georgette and the list goes on. These fabrics are cool to the body and don’t cause discomfort when come in contact with natural human body heat. 

With stunning evening ball gowns to exceptionally radiant evening dresses, it’s a beautiful fabric that’s breathable against the skin whilst being totally show-stoppable.

Check out our Exclusive fabric section to see your fabric requirements and feel free to reach out if you have any queries.

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How to get the most out of your laces?

Do you happen to be the person who tends to have a whole bunch of lace and cut outs of different fabrics around?

Like any other materials, lace is one of the most common one which has a lot of uneven cuts lying around. But worry no more as you are about to witness how you can make the most out of your laces.

1. Create a Patchwork or a Throw

It is not limited to a throw, you can particularly make a scarf, perhaps even a stall. It can go around in two ways. You can stitch the piece of lace separately on the desired fabric or take an already made fabric, cut out a piece of it and stitch over it.

Lace is known to be a sturdy texture, so be careful which fabric you’re choosing. You might would want to layer the fabric.

2. Subtle details on Kurtas

Laces add an elegant twist to any piece it’s been used on and kurtas are no exception. Whether you want to just outline your cuffs, provide an eye to detail to your neckline or just highlight it to the ends of the kurta. Lace would bring out the grace of your attire and elevate it to the next level.

3. Gloves

Shows like Outlander and Bridgeton have made us go back to the era of corsets and silhouettes. Puffy sleeves and hats. While the costume designers have done a tremendous job with bringing the era back to existence, subtle details can be adapted from these designs and be brought back to reality.

Different elements make up an outfit. The shoes, hats, jewellery, confidence and gloves! Whether they’re till your wrists or go way up your forearms. Gloves provide a swirl of feminism to any attire. 

If they’ve got a layer of net, small lace details can bring out the look. Adding pearls and rhinestones add to its beauty. Make sure to keep it subtle.

4. Gathered Looks

Some people prefer the gathered look over others. It adds drama and gives more volume to the piece without going an extra mile.

Most  use only one colour for the entire look, incorporating different colour schemes and adding them to areas of waist, wrist, the hem to bring out the details. Gathered look are widely created by the pinch or fan method, scrunched or balled method can also be used.

5. Waist and Cuff Details

Ask us if we can provide you with an entire cutting of patch of your desired lace. Cutting the whole patch of lace and attaching it to the waist area gives it a more of a snatched look. Adding a band of lace around the cuffs gives the whole look additional elegance.

6. Veil or as a Headband

Veil is known to be what makes everything come together. Veils are highly intricate. Some like to leave it plain, some prefer to get embroidery done on them. Either way veils can make or break your gown.

Securing a lace pattern is a great way to elevate your look. Others even prefer to add a small tiara or crown. If that’s something that doesn’t sit right with you, you can consider a headband. You can keep your veil simple and heavily work on the band, vice versa if that’s what you prefer. 

7. Bedding

Apart from fashion, were you aware that you can even include laces in homemaking?

Lace bedspreads and sheets are trending like hotcakes with people aspiring to give their homes more of a European look. Don’t worry you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars for your dream lace bedding.

Get some lace cuttings, they don’t need to look the same, in fact it’ll give more of a scattered look which eventually would make everything come together beautifully. After getting the cuttings, pick a sheer colour underneath and decide random places for your cuttings. Sew it together and you’ve got the most mesmerising bedding.

(Do checkout our lace section to fulfill your requirements)

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