InUth Pick: Instagram's 10 best Indian fashion designers of 2016 for your daily dose of styling tips

Fashion doesn't come easy and I know, people say a dress sense is subjective but, more often than not, you end up looking like a disaster

If you spend more time deciding what you want to wear for parties than you do focusing on other things then this is the post for you. Fashion doesn’t come easy and I know, people say a dress sense is subjective but, more often than not, you end up looking like a disaster. Here are some Indian fashion designers that you need to follow on Instagram for tips or ideas or simply just to develop a sense of fashion so, the next time you step out of your home, you can don that totally chic look.

Masaba Gupta (masabagupta)

Daughter of Indian actress Neena Gupta and West Indian cricketer Viv Richards, Masaba is one of the biggest names in the fashion industry.

Tarun Tahiliani (taruntahiliani)

For all your modern ethnic wear ideas, follow Tarun Tahiliani. He has made quite a name for himself and is well-known for wedding wear

Manish Arora (manisharorafashion)

Manish Arora is an Indian fashion designer whose work has featured at international fashion events. He also designed the dress for Anoushka Shankar at the Grammys this year.

Gaurav Gupta (gauravguptaofficial)

Gaurav Gupta’s designs are a beautiful blend of western and Indian wear. So, if you can’t decide whether you should go for a gown or a lehenga for a wedding, scroll through his Instagram for some brilliant ideas.

Manish Malhotra (manishmalhotra05)

Honestly, no one ever has never not heard of this man. You need to follow him ASAP for all the obvious reasons.

Ritu Kumar (ritukumarhq)

Want to highlight class as you don some good ol’ ethnic wear? Ritu Kumar is just the person for you. Her Instagram is full of tips and wonderful styles for you to steal.

Nishka Lulla (nishkalulla)

In case you’re worried about not looking too old after draping a saree or anything, just go through her Instagram. Nishka’s designs take care of the fact that young girls don’t need to look like socialite aunties. Plus, she hands a a good fashion tip every now and then.

Ritika Bharwani (ritikabharwani_official)

Her designs seem pretty abstract to be carried for everyday wear but, trust me, they will do just fine. More than fine, really. Plus, she also gives out simpler outfit ideas and shares behind-the-scenes photos from her studio.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee (sabyasachiofficial)

Back to wedding wear, Sabyasachi is a famed name in the industry. Try out some of his works to pull off that royal look at weddings.

Ridhi Mehra (ridhimehraofficial)

For all those people who believe Indian wear has too much “taam-jhaam“, follow Ridhi Mehra. Her designs are as light as they can be and still look really elegant.