Pujo is not too far away people! It is time to give your wardrobe a much-needed makeover and flaunt your style. So, if you're planning your Pujo shopping online, be sure to bookmark these places.
Get Your Pujo, Festive Look On Point With Clothes From These Brands
Shop for a stunning range of handwoven sarees from Adiya. The brand does sarees in cotton, ikat, muslin and handloom fusion. Don't want to wear a saree in the usual way? Adiya has them in varied patterns like half and half, reversible sarees, patli-pallu and single drapes.
Find a wide range of sarees in all kinds fabrics, colours and prints. Dheu also has a really cool range of graphic printed tees flaunting Bengali quotes and culture. Their Puja collection boasts of beautiful handloom sarees that you can choose from. Silk, khadi, linen, Baluchari, Kanchipuram, Bengal handloom, kantha, jamdani, opara, gorod, Benarasi, Bhagalpuri silk, bandhani, mulmul - the options are endless.
Handloom is the rage right now. Bring the freshness and essence of Indian weaves into your festive wardrobe with Uttariya's handloom sarees. They have sarees, dupattas, blouses, dresses and pants in organic linen, mulmul, ikat, pure silk, tussar, dongria, kalamkari and indigo. Go ahead and take some handloom saree inspo from our favourite Bollywood ladies!
If non-saree, comfortably chic festive clothing is your jam, you will love Untouched. The brand's collection includes dresses, tops, shirts, jackets, kaftans, co-ords, skirts and lehenga sets along with jewellery and accessories like belts and bow ties. Bold, vibrant and quirky - Untouched is perfect for when you want to be unconventionally festive in your fashion choices.
Speaking of keeping it casually festive, HJBRL is another brand you need to bookmark. They've got comfy and fashionably fun tees celebrating Bengali culture. Think abstract Durga Maa, geometric dhaki, 'Bangali Ilish Petpujo', Rabindranath Thakur, Maa Kali, Byomkesh, as well as Jamini Roy style artwork.
Take your Pujo look a notch higher with Parama's range of sarees and blouses from the 'Abhoran' series. Think eye-catching hand-embroidered (zardozi, embellishments and stuff) blouses and sarees with Pujo motifs representing the tradition, culture, symbols and shaj associated with the festival. Each piece is a work of art.
Svaha By Alo
Svaha By Alo has a knack of making the traditional look modern. You will find all kinds of Indian weaves. Be it begumpuri, ghicha tussar, jamdani, IIkal and many more. What makes the handlooms by Svaha so unique is the combination of colours - gorgeous pastels like pinks, lilacs, blues and mint greens.
Naina Jain's Pujo collection celebrates the heritage and culture of Indian festivals. Find sarees and kurtas made using fabrics like bandhani and silk in vibrant shades of scarlet red, salmon pink and sunshine yellow among others. Whether it's a puja during the day, family lunch or adda session, they've got something for every event.
Naksh stocks a super creative collection of printed sarees, stoles, blouses and kurtas for men -- all of it made in handspun cotton, silk and chanderi perfect for Pujo. The designs are inspired by the city’s culture, music, movies, nature and love for the one and only Rabindranath Tagore.
Contrary to what the Bard said, It's all in the name when it comes to this brand. Howrah Bridge creates clothing infused with the spirit of everything that is Kolkata. Dresses, jackets, tops, pants, blouses and handmade accessories - with intricate woven motifs, interesting cuts and pocket placements, frills on the sleeves and handwoven jacquard borders.
Love taant, dhakai and tangails? Well, with Bhomra you can wear these ancient Bengali weaves in more than just a sari. Like a laal-shaada taant in the form of a short vintage dress! Bhomra is making taant trendy again. I love the feel of this breezy fabric. Their collection includes Indo-western designs, stylish jackets, chic kurtis, tops, tunics and dresses.