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Frills and bows on the shoulders, necklines and bodices, sheer black chiffon fabrics, floral patterned dresses and floral-like textured skirts augmented the femininity that the designer had envisioned for this particular collection. Overall, the rich fabrics and textures made up for the lack of volume.
One-shoulder dresses were also a staple for Nadya Toto this season (Fall/Winter 2010). A dark plum-gray dress that caught my attention was one-shouldered with a pleated silk bow on the shoulder, and gathers under the waistband. Beautiful and chic, but not too over-the-top.
The show ended with three similar sparkly dresses. Again we saw the slim, long-sleeved dresses that were present throughout the show. The very last dress was floor-length, sparkly, with a low-cut back. Simple yet elegant and tasteful for the modern woman.
Photographs by Abir Shah
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