Get ready to add urbanity rooted through simplicity with the latest BIBA summer collection. I was simply amazed by the culture and tradition BIBA carries with evolving and fluctuating fashion over generations. Must say, it is a huge treasure chest of traditional inspiration for our closet staples.
Remember Kareena Kapoor Khan’s beautiful Salwar Suits in Bajrangi Bhaijaan? Yes, you are right. That’s BIBA. I think now we don’t need more description for the brand (the name is enough).
The exclusive summer collection will not only present you with a new trendy look but also help you discover divine beauty.
BIBA’s recent Collaboration
The collaboration of BIBA with designer Rohit Bal is especially noteworthy because we all know great an artist he is. Everything he creates is an art worth praising. Furthermore, he works with natural shades spilling them like magic over pieces of clothes turning them into breath-taking beautiful apparels. In addition to this, his beauteous Anarkalis and prolific use of net and cotton with decorative motif embroidery are also the famous fashion ideology to be focused on. His association with the brand is definitely a blessing for us. Isn’t it, ladies?
BIBA- Soni Kudi! (Pretty woman)
Undoubtedly, the brand is an expression of North Indian fashion trending countrywide. We, women, are the freaky fashion bugs who love to add details to our styling statement. We try to present ourselves in a way which is appreciated and noticed throughout. After all who doesn’t want to look like a Diva and shimmer in the usual crowd? Therefore, it becomes all the more important for us to have a brand like this in our wardrobe. It may seem like an overstatement for those who have never tried it before but trust me, once you start using it, you’ll see the difference. The compliments will become usual for you in no time!
So, for all the ladies BIBA has a diverse range of Kurtis and Salwars that can add up Indian ethnic charm to your wardrobe.
- Gherewali Salwaar (Patiala), an artwork stitched with detailing and fine perfection.
- Haryanvi collared Kurtis with pockets. The Hyderabadi Pyjamas which now turned to be Palazzo Pants.
- Bhopali Kurti which are front pleated. Peshwa costumes with puffed sleeves.
- Battis Kali (32 pleats) on Mulmul for the summers(And yes! That’s my personal favourite).
Can you still resist the spell of being a BIBA Girl?
Also, check out BIBA Kurtas under 800