Having had a magnanimous historic prominence, Khadi has long been loved by conscious shoppers across the globe. And not just your traditional OG Khadi kurtas but people are also drawn towards denims, shirts, pants, et al, made from this highly breathable fabric.
Adding to our obsession is Rentiyo, a sustainable clothing brand from Mumbai that uses handspun Khadi to make women's apparel. So think embroidered tops; cotton palazzos and mulmul pants; cotton dresses; printed cotton kurtas; sarees and dupattas. Everything from casual everyday apparel to festive ones is covered in their wide collection. They also have a collection of men's apparel that is equally good.
What we love most about this brand apart from their subtle Khadi apparel is the fact that they believe in sustainable fashion and work directly with local artisans spread across different states. The fabric is ethically sourced and handspun using the traditional charkha thereby adding to the uniqueness of each fabric.