Vogue India Fashion Fund winner, designer Aneeth Arora’s spring/summer ’14 collection was ruled by vintage polka dots apart from her signature gingham checks. Here’s why: “I’m always inspired by things I see around me,” Arora tells Vogue in a post-show interview. “I saw lots of women on the street wearing polka dotted saris; dots in all sorts of vibrant colours and sizes. And they sported them with any kind of blouse; not matching ones.”
Rich and filled with details! A polka dotted goldish brocade bustier cut blouse with sheer sleeves and a striking back having a zardosi appliqué. Added detail magic in the form of multi coloured piping makes this one versatile blouse. Pair with any saree having red, blue or green details and own that event!