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Forget Malls, Shop All Things Awesome From These Hyderabadi Designers On Instagram

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It is funny how malls are becoming totes passé for shopping the latest or coolest fashion trends. With more and more designers setting up their shop on Instagram, millennials are shopping from Instagram like never before. Whether it's a blogger or fashion influencer's look book that inspired you or a designer that's crafting bags and lehengas like it's nobody's business, you've got to check out these top designers from Hyderabad who have taken to Instagram. 

Madhulika Yayavaram Label

Flowing silhouettes, Indo-western gowns, and subtle pastel colours largely define the couture from Madhulika Yayavaram Label. Catering to divas and minimalistic beauties alike, this label will put you on the style radar. Think of soft pastels, Oriental prints, flowing silhouettes, and classic cuts, this label makes a feminine and bold statement. The entire range of the label is priced between INR 2,500 to INR 10,000, making it comfortably budget but also an occasional splurge. So, the next time you're on a lookout for Indo-western outfits that are tailormade for the contemporary Indian women, check out this label.


Amaltas By Sneha

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. 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. We love the Benaras Silk robes, ikat crop tops, and Mangalagiri Cotton jackets from this label.

Sugar Pop

Sugar Pop

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Whipping some delicious looking scrubs, Sugar Pop packs them with essential oils, organic oils, and high-quality butter. These scrubs will leave your skin in the pinkest of spirits. With products like Dark Chocolate face scrub, Mocha Spice body scrub, Rose & Honey lip scrub, it has a sweet spread of more products. Got a thing for strawberries, milady? Snowcone made from strawberry, orange, and lemon beckons you! If you like floral fragrances, there are variants in rose and lavender too. 

The Swing Set Store

Are you the kind that gawks at Bohemian accessories and stationery on Etsy and wonders where to get them? Check out The Swing Set Store that curates quirky accessories and style accents from Japan, Singapore, and Bangkok. Whether you are looking for elegant choker neckpieces or dreamy ear cuffs, the store has plenty of jewellery to cater every taste of yours. We're already eyeing those Karma bangles, dreamcatcher necklaces, and getting our phone cases customised too. We've also had impressive experience with the clothing like slogan t-shirts and tops that made us look totes adorbs on our Instagram feed. 

Aaral

Ladies, are you so done with the usual Kanchipattu sarees? Or do you want to quirk up your saree closet? Aaral, a clothing line, that specialises in handcrafted sarees has our ecstatic nod. Largely defined by subtle prints, hand embroidery, peppy birds, checks, and polka dots, we think these are the perfect choices for acing the saree game. Plus, the Mangalagiri cotton skirts are worth splurging on. 

Home Maker's Hustle

Home Maker's Hustle definitely knows how to remove boring out of lunch boxes and water bottle holders. Everything handmade and personalised, this local bag store specialises in handmade bags of all form and quilts. Super fun designs and quirky patterns make this a stand-out! Whether you're looking for an ikat sling bag or a bright tote with fun prints like moustaches, elephants or polar bears, you can easily get them made here. 

Hastha Katha

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If chic and simple are your style, you will fall head over heels for Hastha Katha — a Hyderabad-based brand. Believing in the magic of handicrafts and Indian textiles, everything about this label is handmade. We spotted Kaftan dresses in pastel colours with minimal embroidery (keeping it classy), linen peplum tops, pleated dresses, and asymmetrical skirts. There are a few eccentric outfits like a linen dress with handpainted Ganesha artwork on it and boxy shirts with art handpainted on its pocket. The label also creates earrings and scarves, which can easily jazz up even plain and dull outfits.