One Piece Three Ways: Deepak Perwani

In this feature we have three fashionistas showing us how to put together an item from a designers collection

January 22, 2017

While trends fade, style remains eternal and one piece can be put together in many different ways. In this feature we have three fashionistas showing us how to put together an item from a designers collection, according to their own individual style and taste!

The sheer, chiffon jacket by Deepak Perwani is the perfect add-on piece that can be worn with a variety of different ensembles, to add an extra oomph. Adorned with dull-gold embroidery on the sleeves and the collar, the jacket is versatile enough to be worn with eastern and western silhouettes and is an ideal choice for fusion-wear!

Saara Hirji

Model, and Student, Brock University

To style the sheer jacket from Deepak Perwani, I first wore a slip dress from American Apparel and paired it with my knee-high boots from Public Desire. My hair was kept super-simple, as I went for a straight blow-dry, and for my make-up I did a mild, smoky eye for a little pop as I wanted my outfit to do most of the talking. To add some sparkle, I wore gold earrings to match the gold embroidery on the jacket, and my vintage Gucci watch. This look is perfect for a party or a night out with the girls.

Attiya Khan

Producer, Director, Actor and Social Media Activist

I decided to wear the sheer Deepak Perwani jacket with bronze pants to match the embroidery on the piece, and break away from an all-black look. I kept the accessories simple by wearing a pair of black heels and carrying a gold clutch. For my make-up I went for gold and black eye shadow with a hint of red lipstick. I would wear this outfit to a formal dinner or a party.

Hiba Sethi

Board of Director, The Elixir School

With the on-going wedding season, I feel this sheer jacket by Deepak Perwani can be worn for a festive night out. For my look, I first paired it with my favourite flared pants from Zara, and then I wore my Christian Louboutin ‘Circus City’ golden heels to match the embroidery on the jacket. Finally, I completed my outfit with a Pucci bag. For my hair and make-up, I prefer to keep it sleek and simple, so I opted for a straight blow-dry and casual make-up using some eyeliner and nude lipstick. I think this would be a great ensemble to wear to a qawwali or a sangeet night



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