You have normally seen me wearing western clothes, but I love wearing Indian clothes as well. When Rangriti approached us to create a Lookbook for them, I thought how can I pair up Ethnic wear in different ways as we have very few options in Indian wear. But when I actually looked at their collection and tried them on me, the pairing part came naturally.
They have beautiful cotton Indian clothes in lots of different colours and interesting prints. Starting with kurtas, skirts, jackets, dupattas, pajamas, etc., you name them and you will find them at Rangriti. The fabric they used are very soft and they are skin friendly. You can wear them in your day-to-day wear in the office, for get togethers or for a day out. I love pairing up different clothes to give them my style and here is a Lookbook video showing you three different pairing with Rangriti.
Here are the details of the cloths I wore here:
Blue Skirt –NEELDHUN: MRP:699/-
Neeldhun defines shades of indigo , prints are combination of ornamental lace patterns & Indian motifs.
Koti: RR4115 Blue MRP: 699/-
Kasuti is inspired by “Karnataka Embroidery”,Creatively cross-stitch embroidery technique turned up in print concept.
Shibori Kurta – MRP 1199/- Dupatta – Ombre` MRP 399/-
Shibori Print based story with the elegant touch of Floral & Aztec patterns.The beautifully printed yoke with touch of embroidery enhances the overall appeal of this kurti.
Taksha kala: inspired from wood carving . Kurta Black – MRP 1399/-
Raasleela Green Kurta , MRP 1399/-Dupatta- Ombre` MRP 399/-
Colorful prints inspired By Vrindavan Holi where blues and yellows are playfully arranged with hues of greens.