Style-Delights: Trending: Brocade Pants And Capris

March 11, 2013

Trending: Brocade Pants And Capris

I fell in love with brocade when I first saw the fabric as a little girl in India. The shining, rich fabric threaded with gold and silver in detailed patterns oozes opulence. Brocade is a an essential part of an Indian woman's wardrobe - specially her special occasion Saris. (In fact, a decade ago, I wore a brocade Sari for my wedding) Now, this lustrous fabric is taking center stage in the big designer's collections, not in the evening gowns but in trousers and cropped pants!
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During New York Fashion Week for Fall 2013, brocade pants made the runways glitter, specially at Vera Wang's Fall 2013 collection! Good enough for Vera, good enough for me:-)
Brocade Pants take center stage at Vera Wang Fall 2013 collection at NYFW
As I travel to India after almost 5 years, I am once again overwhelmed with the textures, colors and grandeur of rich fabrics, brocade being one of them. I don't think I can wait until fall to have a tailor-fit brocade pants in my wardrobe! A slim fit brocade trouser with a chiffon blouse, hello Spring!!
  Botique Paige @ boohoo.com         Wren Slim Brocade Pants           Bebe Brocade Crop Pants                     Tory Burch 'Lola' Pants      
                                                                 @ Saks Fifth Avenue                                                                                  @Saks Fifth Avenue


Do you plan to get a pair (or many for that matter) of Brocade pants? Do you like jewel toned brocade or simple ivory and ebony for your wardrobe?
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30 comments :

  1. I really lov the nude tone ones, they are so soothing for Indian Summers.
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  2. I just bought a very nice Brocade dress and can't wait to wear them actually! =D I love the print and you should definitely be proud of this traditional pattern. I guess it does bring back wedding memories huh? =D

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    1. They sure do!! Share with us your brocade dress!!

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  3. wonderful post!! i already have some pattern trousers. like it :>! these ones are so elegant and classy
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  4. I am actually a huge fan of brocade, and I would wear all of the above styles that you have in the style board. The purple and yellow are my favourite. /Madison

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  5. I love brocade too. n i so want those brocade pants right now..!

    Aditi
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  6. I really like the pattern, too. It's absolutely gorgeous. Having said that I am admiring it on others for now as don't think I'll be too comfortable wearing it myself. x

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    1. LOL, yes, there are certain trends I feel out of my comfort zone, but taking risks make the fashion more fun:-) I am sure you will look great in it!!

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  7. Hi Jyoti! Love brocare cropped pants trend! They are so stylish and classy, I'd love to get one, as the second one by Vera Wang!:) Have a nice evening dear, kisses! xo

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    1. I loved Vera Wang's too! She chose such great patterns!

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  8. I love brocade. The pants and capris in your post are beautiful.

    Tracy @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

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  9. I love brocade! J. Crew has lovely brocade shorts that I want - totally ridiculous as I can't wear them to work, but they're so pretty!

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    1. LOL..only if we could be rational in our clothes cravings! :-)

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  10. looks cool and feels hot!! trust me, brocade feels hot on the skin, cant wear it on a gujju land!
    cheers!
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    1. I see what you are saying about Indian summers. May be fall/winter will be a better season for them in Gujarat..I am not very familiar with the weather there! In North though, spring and early autumn/winter will be a great time to try this trend!

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  11. I am a hug admirer of this brocade texture, nothing is so elegant and rich. The nude ones a beautiful for the summer. Thank for this nice selection :-)

    ani
    www.fleurani.blogspot.de

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  12. The first pair is stunning!

    love your blog and writing :) Catching up now

    xoxo

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