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From runway to real life, palazzo pants set trends

New Delhi, Sep 12 : Termed as one of the biggest fashion runway trends, palazzo pants have become popular off-stage too. Keeping this in mind, Indian designer Anuradha Ramam has come up with a collection entirely dedicated to such versatile garments that can be worn anytime.


Inspired by the 1970s, palazzo pants are super-wide leg trousers with a high waist which gives the illusion of longer legs thus, making one look taller.

Ramam, who has been working extensively with old forgotten weaving techniques since last ten years, has now unveiled a collection that captures "a bohemian essence" and comes in bright shades.

"These pants can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Keeping in mind the playful side of the modern Indian woman, the palazzo pants capture a bohemian essence. A fun element like this makes these retro inspired pants truly popular amongst today's fashionable crowd," Ramam said in a statement.

Available in soft fabrics like georgette, chiffon and cotton, the designer has used bright colours like lemon, lime green, hot pink and copper sulphate blue.

One can team up such pants with a print top, coloured t-shirts, short shirts and noodle strap tops for that perfect look.

--IANS (Posted on 12-09-2013)

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