The Forty Red Bangles label represents a tale of four cities; Melbourne, Jodhpur, Mumbai and Singapore. Founded in 2010, it’s the marriage of sustainability and design aimed at celebrating everyday life in extraordinary India. The name of the label is inspired by its creator, Ramona’s forty red wedding bangles.
Forty Red Bangles’ Raja Rani collection for kids is one-of-a-kind. With organic cotton beautifully hand-block printed in India, this cute and quirky range is just perfect for kids in summer. We love their Boys Cicket Print Hi-Lo Hem shirt made with organic cotton and eco-friendly dyes, too.
They also make similar shirts in kite prints perfect for your little one this Independence Day. For little girls, the Mojri Rani dress has our hearts.
They make super soft organic lounge wear, and it’s so comfortable you will never want to wear anything else. There are also their handmade artisanal leather sandals, inspired by Menorca, a small beautiful island in the Mediterranean sea. Originally, the Avarca sandal began as a farmer’s shoe; designed to be worn outdoors and suited for the warm climate. Having been worn by locals over the years, it has now become synonymous with Menorca. Forty Red Bangles fell in love with the practicality of the humble sandal, and wanted to bring it to India with their collection.
All of the things on offer here have been lovingly hand-crafted, and we know you’ll fall in love with it as soon as you visit.
This post first appeared on Peacock In The Rain here.
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