For the free-spirited woman

For the free-spirited woman

For the free-spirited woman

The latest collection is inspired by femininity, charm, grace and the concept of a free spirit. The designers believe that there is more to a woman than just her physical appearance and celebrates the inner confidence and persona through every garment.

Talking more about the collection, Siddharth Bindra, Managing Director of BIBA, says, "The latest line includes 'peshwai kurtas', skirts and kurta dresses along with 'salwar kameez dupatta', mix and match section and a wide range of bottom wears. Rich and comfortable fabrics such as sheer cottons, modals, linens, silks and viscose are used to craft the desired look for very occasion across age groups."

He feels that it is the urge to look trendy and beautiful has compelled modern women to try new styles, bold colours, fabrics and prints. The focus this season is on creating clothes for working women that have cleaner cuts, sober colours, less fuss.

MALAIKA SUSAN MATHEW, a student  of Mount Carmel  College, slipped  into a floral dress.

PUNCHLINE: "The  dress fits well and  is comfortable.  The pockets add to  the charm of the  outfit."

PRICE: Dress (Rs  1,699) and necklace  (Rs 1,499).

SANA Q, a student of  Jain College, wore  a printed blue and  white salwar set.

PUNCHLINE: "I like  the combination  of blue and white  prints. The blue  bottom serves as  a perfect contrast.  Accessorise it well and it can even be  worn to a party."

PRICE: Top  (Rs 1,499), bottom  (Rs 1,499), earring  (Rs 2,399) and ring  (Rs 2,499).

THASHIKA  NELLAMAKKADA  from CMR College of  Law wore a red kurta  and with a white  bottom.

PUNCHLINE: "The  colours blend well.  It is the perfect pick  for a brunch out with  friends."

PRICE: Top (Rs 1,299),  bottom (Rs 399),  necklace (Rs 2,399)  and earrings  (Rs 1,699).

NICOLETTE  D'SOUZA from  Mount Carmel College,  wore a floral  dress. 

PUNCHLINE: "The  dress is stylish and  fashionable too.  You could team this  outfit with boots  and a  white jacket just to  give it a different  look."

PRICE: Dress (Rs  2,599) and earrings  (Rs 2,999).

TRUPTI PATIL, a  student of MVJ  College of Engineering,  chose to  wear an orange  kurta and pair it  with an off-white  palazzo.

PUNCHLINE: "The  combination and  colour is striking.  It has a grand look  to it and is perfect  for a party."

PRICE: Salwar set  (Rs 1,095) and  earrings  (Rs 2,199).

YUKTA, a student  of Mount Carmel  College, slipped  into a floral blue  salwar.

PUNCHLINE: "The  colour is the first  thing that caught  my attention. I  like the floral prints and the  outfit is just apt  for any formal occasion."

PRICE: Salwar set  (Rs 2,999) and  earring (Rs 599).

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