That One Dress | Chaitanya Mittal Label

The off-shoulder look (one of 2016 season’s must have trend) is something that does need some getting used to but once you do, you are struck by a love bug because there is something very feminine and attractive about off-shoulder clothing; and when a designer pairs this detail in a cocktail dress; it’s like eternal muse.

A cocktail dress is suitable for formal or semi-formal events. Christian Dior was the first to use the term “cocktail dress” to refer to early evening wear. Since this, the modern definition of cocktail dress has taken it shorter to knee length like the LBD; however, a classic long-sleek-fit will always exude an air of elegance and romance. It is easy to style a full length cocktail dress as all you need is heels and some jewelry.

I have kept my styling vintage – classy yet clean with just braided hair up-do and a pair of long earrings. As this is a self-content gown with ombre` technique (a tie-&-dye technique), I have kept less accessories so that the soft romanticism and drapes of the gown stays highlighted . Designed by Chatenya this gown is best suited for your special occasions and events.

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With the current hype about big & loose clothing, it becomes all the more essential to have That One Dress which is everything “just fabulous” – the perfect silhouette, the right length, the true fit and a class apart.

We have had earlier opportunities to talk with Chatenya and understand his perspective on fashion, read his interview with us here – A lot inspired from Europe. We had also designed menswear looks with him using denim-on-denim theme, a raging trend last year, see those looks here – Denim Therapy for Mad Men

Disclaimer – It is essential you understand your body type and buy the correct design and fit. The one I have worn here is suitable for lean and hourglass figures; if you have a rounder shape than opt for dresses with higher waistline or A-line silhouettes. 

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