A scarf is super easy to style and it adds a sense of traditional authenticity to your everyday look. Our interpretation of the timeless scarf gives it a new life with a modern fit and design. The handwoven pieces made with recurring traditional embroidery work continue to show the heritage of the weaving community of India. Each woven piece enriched with bold designs in colours is reminiscent of the Indian sartorial excellence.
The addition of signature boho silhouettes and eclectic detailing like embroidery, tassels and pom-poms are the hallmarks of our autumn-winter collection. We embrace the spirit of traditions and a modern edge. So, each piece is super easy to style with traditional ensembles and western outfits.
Falling in love with the embroidery
Traditional embroidery lends a person that classic look which can be flaunted with any of your outfits be it Western or Indian. There are many types of traditional Indian embroidery like Chikankari, kantha khani and Kashmiri etc. You can wear this particular scarf with a t-shirt and jeans for a simple casual look. Or if you are going for a wedding you can wear it with your salwar kameez by simply wrapping it around your body. In fact, you can replace your ordinary dupatta with the stole and still pull off the best looking bridesmaid look. If you want a very simple sober look, you can go for a normally printed stole.
P.S. Block print nowadays is very much in trend so don’t forget to catch hold of one such scarf.
Stole with a contrast border design
In the deep hues of autumn, the woollen scarf with a contrasting border is perfect for the wedding season. You can pair this contrast border design scarf with denim jackets or with deep blue suits and sarees. The tassel borders add more flair to this winter essential and elevate your style quotient. Ranging from casual to formal, scarves go from work to weekend and beyond with ease.
These types of scarves can be paired with peach coloured beauties. The charm of Indian textiles is unparalleled and so can be seen on this scarf as well. Although this scarf would make a perfect gift for brides, you too can pull this off as it will always remain in vogue.
Woven shawls in India have been worn from as early as the Indus Valley Civilisation. Pashmina shawls have been worn by the royalty and the elites in the region for centuries because of the amount of expert craftsmanship that goes into creating each shawl and stole. They are an effortless form of fashion. You can flaunt the pashmina stole with occasion-based ensembles during the wedding season. Besides, you can pair this scarf with muted shades like beige, and warm colours to make the pashmina scarf stand out.
( Inputs by Vatsala Chopra)