Elie Saab Spring 2018 collection had breezy outfits with both casual and party wear. Read the review and view the gallery here!
The show started with a patterned mini dress paired with a matching scarf and a crossbody bag. It gradually moved on to dresses with fringes. There were fringed skirts and tops. The color palette indeed reminded us of the lush forests, including green, white, red, yellow, sky blue and black. Tropical prints and patterns made a statement.
Jumpsuits were prominent in the collection. The classic Elie Saab gowns were gorgeous as always. But this season we saw a variety in the collection. From jumpsuits to maxi dresses to pantsuits, they were all gorgeous. Accessories included statement finger rings, bracelets, layered necklaces, fringed earrings, box bags, rectangular sunglasses, hats and belts.
A refreshing collection for spring, unlike the couture style gowns from the house we saw in their last show!
Elie Saab Spring 2018 Collection: Gallery
Sahana is a Senior Staff Writer at ShilpaAhuja.com. With an experience in fashion and lifestyle writing, Sahana is responsible for Indian and international fashion week coverage every year, and is developing an expertise in apparel trend forecasting. She also writes about health and fitness, having pursued yoga for 6 years now. She’s not a gym person at all but is all for “running in the park” and is an amateur cyclist. Books and coffee are her other passions. She’s also an amateur photographer. She’s a hardcore Bollywood fan and she loves to cover the nostalgic topics on the same. From fashion trends to famous characters, she can make anyone love Bollywood! Her best article has been 90s Bollywood fashion, a readers’ favorite so far! Prior to her experience with ShilpaAhuja.com, Sahana has written as a freelance author for online magazine, Mashup Corner, and interned at EventsHigh as a content writer. Her blogs on basic fashion, makeup, fitness and city’s food joints that gave her a chance to experiment with her writing. She also has voiced her opinions about feminism and equal rights for men and women at PolkaCafe journals and after quitting her job, she decided to take up writing as her full time career.
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