Style 101: Layla Chatoor

Published: February 12, 2019

With wedding season drawing to a close, it’s time to turn a new leaf and what better way to ring in the new season than with a new collection. We got our hands on Layla Chatoor’s latest collection, L’Oriental, and got Rubab Ali to play dress up with some of our favourite pieces. See how these gorgeous pieces were styled, just in time for the new season!

This multi-coloured, digital print shirt is a statement piece that can be passed down generation after generation. It can be worn during the day or the night, if styled well. Teamed with loose curls and pearl earrings Rubab lets this beautiful ensemble with gotta and intricate detailing on the border do the talking!

This three piece suit will make everyone green with envy. The delicate embroidered kameez paired with a floral printed dupatta adds the perfect amount of feminity to the whole ensemble. Teamed with strappy heels and dangling earrings Rubab is all set for the upcoming season.

This sari is an ode to old world charm. The chunri fabric teamed with the velvet choli gives the ensemble a traditional yet modern feel and paired with minimal accessories adds to the femininity of the whole look. We love how the beaded belt detailing brings the whole look together.

This two piece monochrome set is definitely stealing the show and is the perfect look for any formal occasion. With statement sleeves and embroidered pants this ensemble is a real head turner. The embellished belt is also giving us major kimono vibes.

Bold colours and longer silhouettes are making a comeback this season and Layla Chatoor shows us how! The intricate gotta work with a bold contrasting border perfectly juxtapose a modern yet regal feel. The play of the banarsi dupatta with the intricately hand worked bodice is a sight for sore eyes. Rubab pairs this ensemble with gold strappy sandals and she’s ready for any wedding festivity.

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  • Bunny Rabbit
    Feb 25, 2019 - 10:12PM

    There is almost no figure or height which does not look good and graceful in a sari .Recommend

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