A wearable art piece, the Singer co-ord by Advait is a chaos of colour leaving behind a trail of effortless style. A pyjama style set with a singer shirt and trousers, it is handmade in satin for luxe eclectic look. Style it with a pair of stilettos or pumps.
The Victorian shirt dress is a multipurpose style that enables you to style this piece as a shirt, a dress or as a shacket. With flounce sleeves and a bigger cuff; the shirt is a statement piece. The shirt also has pockets open both sides to make it both functional and stylish.
The unique biru unisex bomber jacket is made from Jharkhand's tribal textile "biru" originally used as shawl and turban by various tribal communities of Jharkhand and is also handwoven by their community "Mehar". Capturing the community's culture and keeping fashion trends in mind, this bomber jacket can be a perfect addition to your wardrobe. Pair it with white pants to stay colour coordinated and throw in a pair of sneakers to complete the look.
Love the retro bandana style ? Here's how you can wear it this season! The reversible bandana top by Label Sugar is handmade with handloom cotton. Detailed with alluring floral and fauna print on one side and solid colour on the other, the top offers the right summer vacation vibe.
At the intersection of sleek, functional and stylish, the Hofflers are your go-to shoes for all seasons. They're full bodied in the front with a chic vamp, and a minimally accented back for extra support. Spend the summer pairing your Hoffler Marrone with shorts or chinos, or use them with pyjamas for the lazy winter Sunday BBQ in the sun. And of course, it's the perfect shoe for the festival season with ethnic wear.
Kuni up-cycled jacket is made in premium khadi featuring a zip in front with elasticated cuffs and waist. This cropped hoodie can be your go to jacket for all your street style looks and can also be paired over a dress for a chilly outdoor lunch date for this valentine. A perfect answer to up- cycling fabric scraps, because it is not waste until we waste it !