The scoop

Rangsutra is a community-based crafts company that creates ethnic fusion wear using traditional Indian techniques, with an objective to provide livelihood in rural areas; they ensure that the artisans get paid their dues.

The style

Expect bright hues and traditional weaves, with contemporary cuts and silhouettes— it’s ethnic wear that’s also kinda hip. Tie and dye, intricate mirror embroideries, tribal prints—there’s a lot to check out here.

What we love

rangsutra4Button-down kurtas that have the right amount of flare can be dressed up or down depending on your mood or occasion. Their high-low ghaghras with colourful latkans are what we’d like to play around with. We especially recommend you check out their cotton sarees and dupattas that have crochet pompoms sewed on to the edges!

They’ve also got accessories for your home—we’re a little bit in love with their cushion covers and table linen that feature Rajasthan’s extra weft weaving technique.

Who it’s for

If you’re someone who loves Indian wear, Rangsutra will be a refreshing change for your wardrobe. Most of the garments are available in alternate colour combinations, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. Best part? The products are super affordable.

Where: They have a fixed stall at Dastkar, where they get fresh arrivals for a new fair or exhibition. Also available on Flipkart, Jaypore, and Indian Roots.

Nearest Metro Station: Chhattarpur

Price: Starting at INR 42 for a cushion cover and INR 700 for a cotton kurti or dupatta

Follow them on Facebook here and on Instagram here. Find out more here.

You can read the post at Sequins & Sangria here.