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    Go Anti-Establishment With The Summer House's Non Festive Edit

    Aakanksha posted on 15 October

    Ten-Second Takeaway

    Going against the hullabaloo and marketing gimmicks that the festival season tends to become, The Summer House’s new collection, The Non Festive Edit, is all about responsible fashion, with a focus on handmade and local, with styles that will be appropriate all year round.

    Keeping It Real

    We’re fans of The Summer House for their unconventional outfits, but you knew that already. So imagine our happiness when they came out with their latest collection — Non Festive Edition.

    Featuring a luxe line of tops, skirts, dresses, and jackets, this capsule collection doesn’t adhere to any flash-in-the-pan trends. And look out for little details — from a simple belt to cutesy ruffle pleats.

    Edgy Elegance

    Fuss-free, airy, lightweight and chic, most of the outfits are made from handwoven khadi, organic cottons with silks and Tencel {an environmentally-friendly regenerated fabric}.

    We instantly fell in love with Cayenne, a red breezy jacket with box pocket and raglan sleeve. But it was a toss up between that and Lauper — a cheery yellow, organic cotton dress. There’s also a Japan-inspired skirt with a single-Origami fold that won our hearts.

    We’re clearly tripping on the Japanese inspiration, as the Dama dress with kimono sleeves and sexy thigh high slits have got us saving up the monies.

    The collection also offers tops with statement collars for work, boyfriend shirts in khadi, and graphic designs on supple silk to take you straight from office to drinks at the bar.

    So, We’re Thinking…

    With responsible processes in making versatile outfits, we’re happy to have a range that won’t go out of style by Christmas. But alas ladies, sizes only go up to medium, with fa ew large ones thrown in.

    Where: Shop the collection here.

    Price: Starting at INR 1,850