Buddha Print-experiment and style….. December 28, 2014 0 comments

The latest trend that seems to have caught the attention of fashionistas is the Buddha print. Although Buddha tees are fairly common, the print is now making its way to other kinds of clothing too.

When it comes to experimenting with clothes, it looks like fashionistas are not afraid to push boundaries. When designer Masaba Gupta introduced Tamil letters on a range of saris, they became quite a rage in Chennai. Everyone from college students to socialities were seen wearing variations of the trend too.

buddha print top
Fashion lovers seem to be well-tuned to the fact that the Buddha need not be confined to being a statue in the living room, but can be stylishly sported on dresses, anarkalis or kurtis too.

At an event recently, socialite Arti Bagdy dressed in a very chic golden top, with a calm Buddha printed right at the bottom on the front of her straight cut kurta. Keeping things simple and the attention focused on her classy top, she paired it up with simple black leggings, black heels and a stylish clutch. The accessories too were kept to the bare minimum.

Another way to wear the look, is like Anu Parthasarathy. She too sports an almost-ankle length anarkali, with the Buddha print all over the dress, rather than just being confined to one area. Breaking the monotony of the predominantly black- and-white print, is a dash of pink at the sleeves, neck and sides and also a bit of green

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