Once in every few days we love to revisit our signature creation . Each time we pair it with a different saree and the same FOUR FLOWER looks completely different. Today we have draped OUR TURMERIC COLOR FOUR FLOWER with a beautiful tussar saree hand block printed in vertical design using Tomato red, mustard and black with white paisleys. Saturdays are for introspection and consolidation . We recreate @calm and derive strength from our team that stays ever positive through it all.
Off white handwoven cotton with a drop at the back in black and white mercerized ikkat. A beautiful border embroidered in jet black from our collection of borders lines the neck and around the drop. The sleeves are in fine mercerized ikkat with a thin piping in turmeric yellow. As we put this look together we thought an ever popular Dhonekali saree would be most apt to drape it with. Our dearest friend Deeksha… well she’s almost like family was ever willing to showcase this for us. Our joy was doubled and we excitedly jumped at the opportunity to shoot this look with her. Deeksha simply transformed this look into a gorgeous summer wear and for us an absolute dream come true. DROP ON WHITE is our crisp Monday magic.
On popular demand we create another for the RED DOT series. A more rustic and easy to wear for the summers. A high neck with a needle slit at the back highlighted with “takka” stitches in black thread. The RED DOT in chilly red color is circled with “takka “ stitches and a kutch border in a fiery orange. Tribal mirror work to hold it together in the centre. The fabric is an off white handloom from the villages of Andhra Pradesh. Thin red piping using chord adds class to the cuts. We have teamed this with the “TELIA RUMAL” saree . This as you all are familiar with is for the STRONG WOMAN that do not have attitudes………..ONLY STANDARDS. We stay strong through turbulent times and work on @Calm.
The hangover of Red, yellow and Green will never get past us this week. At the cost of repeating ourselves we still want to present the traditional checks with a gold rudraksham border….the yoke this time in a bottle green color with hand embroidered border over the green. A new concept but an old embroidery border from the 90’s . WE love revivals …..they are absolute nostalgia and remind us of our roots. CHECKS AND TRADITIONS takes our heart today.
SOOT black linen hand printed in vertical lines with white Khadi reminds us of school and geometry. I do not think we ever got our lines this beautiful back then in school but now we really understand geometry better and hold this project so close to our hearts. Its the line project of verticals in RED, SOOT BLACK and WHITE along with embroidery in red with a bit of yellow in “takka stitches” . Mirrors ofcourse and a gold mandarin collar with appliqués around it totally hand hemmed. The saree is an irresistible black Tussar Silk with a half and half pattern of RED VERTICAL lines. This geometry is a perfect ten. RED VERTICALS is our Saturday indulgence.
A light green and pink mixed kanchi cotton fabric reminds us of the young and tender mango leaves . Aubergine colored rudraksham border joined together with a slit for comfort. A thin trim in orange surrounds the border. Bright fuchsia threads were used to work a Kutchi border all around the purple patch and a rounded "V" neckline. The sleeves are similarly embroidered and have the aubergine colored border running around it. Pink punch buttons made with fabrics line the front. A purple and green “Airam butta” saree is best friends with Tender Leaves today. The freshness of tender leaves and the smell of the morning dew brings us to another new day and has been our motivation for this creation. TENDER LEAVES……. soaring spirits. Common summer!!