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Pick Up Outfits With Pretty Pleats, Radical Ruffles, And Flouncy Fabric From This Designer


    Find dramatic and colourful capes, pretty brunch dresses, and textured jackets made of indigenous fabrics and natural colours at House Of Primes.

    What Makes It Awesome

    The wave of sustainable fashion doesn’t seem to be breaking anytime soon; the mantra now seems to be 'with great fashion comes great responsibility’ as the team behind House Of Primes is very holistically exercising. With a workshop based out of Marathahalli and retailing out of Open Trunk, Koramangala, the styles, weaves and, threads comes from all over the country. Started by a student of National Institute of Fashion Technology, who went on to do textile production courses and formed a strong bond with many a local artisan there. The intention was to display the uniqueness and beauty of indigenous production methods. 

    While the fabric is ethnic, the clothing is perfect for brunches, dates, and wholesome picnics under the sun! Find self-patterned summer dresses, dramatic short and long naturally dyed, vibrant capes (our personal favourite), and tops with pleats. The fabrics are all natural and skin friendly like cotton, jute, linen, khadi, and kota fabric among others.  All handmade, what’s cool is that the final outfit is designed based on how the fabric can be manipulated (how well it sits, durability, and the type of dyes that it can handle). Keeping things as natural as possible, expect nature derived colours, like that of the fabric’s actual colour,  pastels, shades of yellow, and classic indigo

    They don’t take custom orders, but the more fitted outfits can be made to your size if your heart is set on it. 


    The outfits with self work and natural colours cannot be machine washed. The ones with pleats need to be dry-cleaned and the naturally dyed ones will need to be hand-washed.