A STITCH IN TIME

SIM­PLY PUN­JABI GETS LEAD­ING DE­SIGN­ERS, AND FASH­ION STORES FROM THE RE­GION, TO LIST DO’S AND DON’TS THAT WILL SAVE YOU FROM SAR­TO­RIAL SUI­CIDE

India Today - - SIMPLY PUNJABI -

“Ex­per­i­men­ta­tion is the key to look­ing good”

PRIYANKA KHOSLA A known name in Pun­jab’s fash­ion cir­cles, Priyanka Khosla started as a model in 1993, and then moved to fash­ion chore­og­ra­phy and has also been was the Di­rec­tor of In­ter National In­sti­tute of Fash­ion De­sign ( INIFD) in Chandi­garh. Af­ter two decades in the world of fash­ion, Priyanka has fi­nally launched her own label at Sec­tor 8, Chandi­garh and will soon open a store in Goa too.

Fash­ion Fash­ion Mantra Mantra Ex­per­i­ment­ing is the key to look­ing good. Brighten up your look by adding colour­ful hand­bags and scarves to your wardrobe.

Trend Trend watch watch Town gowns or maxi dresses are a rage this sea­son.

Must Must Keep Keep No wardrobe can be com­plete with­out well- fit­ted jeans and trousers. Ev­ery woman must have two black dresses, a full length and a short one, a black hand­bag, high- heeled shoes and a black belt.

Must throw Any­thing that hasn’t been worn for long must go, please don’t get sen­ti­men­tal about them. Also, for a long time, over- sized sleeves have been out of fash­ion, and are a strict no- no. Lastly, harem pants must be avoided!

Style it Wear one thing at a time, and keep it sim­ple. Go for sub­tle ac­ces­sories with printed dresses. Day wear shoes should be com­fort­able. Heels should be kept for for­mal lunches and din­ners.

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