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    Benarasi Robes To Kalamkari Crop Tops: This Label Is For Those Who Experiment With Fashion

    Sunaina posted on 19 October

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    Women looking for outfits with a twist, trust your wallet with Amaltas by Sneha. It brings you the best of handwoven garments and bags that are made from organic fabric.

    What Makes It Awesome

    Who knew handwoven Benarasi robes could jazz up a plain tank top and denim! When we stumbled upon Amaltas at Sunday Soul Sante, we fell a bit in love with the skirts, co-ord sets, and jackets. Run by Sneha Soni, this label experiments with not just designs but also weaves and prints, which explain why no two products look the same. Sneha has always been inspired by art and through Amaltas, she fully intends to create outfits that resemble nothing less than art. In fact, she named the label after the Amaltas tree in her backyard, to signify how nostalgia, earthy tones, and vibrancy are related to the label. Sneha sources the raw material and handlooms from Indian weavers and artisans, and most of the pieces are made from ikat, kalamkari, and Mangalagiri cotton. These Boho-chic outfits work wonders as office wear but you can also score a proper brunch look. Especially the ikat jackets (pair them with a flowing plain dress) or Mangalagiri cotton dresses that we're eyeing. The products are priced between INR 500 to INR 3,000, which doesn't burn deep holes in our pockets. 

    Amaltas adds new pieces quite regularly and in future, it's keen on working with more Indian artisans for responsible clothing. Plus, we were told there's plenty of kiddie clothing and home decor to look forward to. Whatever you're looking for, hit up Amaltas, and get an outfit that's truly handcrafted for you. 

    Pro-Tip

    At the moment, you can place an order through Instagram DM only, but you'll find Amaltas at flea markets that include Goodseeds, Sunday Soul Sante. 

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