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Add Some Quirk To Your Wardrobe This Year With Dresses From These 10 Designer Labels

This Pujo, embrace bold colours, unusual prints, wear something with a dash of humour. For the kaash flowers are coming and its’s the happy season! Whether you want to dress floaty or crisp, understated or OTT, here’s a guide to labels that have every preference covered.

It was Bangladeshi designer Bibi Russell who was among the first to re-invent the humble gamcha and put it in the fashion spotlight. But Sanjukta Roy has taken it to quite another level with her boho-chic gamcha makeovers. You have to stock up on one of her stunning sarees in eye-popping colors and amazing combinations. Pair them with traditional blouses or boxy crop tops, sneakers or button downs and get a standout look. If a saree is not your thing, go for a tunic and a skirt or the fab wraparound pants, and dhotis.

This brand has major retro feels with its Victorian-era styling. Pick up dresses, bustiers, skirts, kimonos, and tops made from vintage saris and you will truly stand out this Pujo. The beautifully cut garments are feminine and playful. LataSita recycles cloth scraps or donates them to Goonj, an NGO making sanitary napkins for disadvantaged women.

If that name doesn’t get you, their fun and eclectic clothing and accesories range certainly will. Stylist and designer Anupriya DG has put together a patchwork of pop designs and colours {with elements like sunglasses and telephones) on her range of dresses, tops and jackets. Their car print dress is a must-buy.

With the festive season round the corner, they have brought out a new collection of chic blouses – like the KalamKaya blouse which is a lovely mish-mash of kalamkari and block prints.

They also do sarees and home decor stuff like cushion covers and coasters.

NIFT graduate Karishma Siddique Roy’s label is known for statement jewelry – stunning, chunky neck pieces and bejewelled cuffs made from various kinds of materials such as metals, semiprecious stones, fabrics, wood, glass, ceramic, terracotta, seeds, and wire mesh. They are bold and the perfect foil for a plain tunic or dress.

She also does a line of dresses coats and jackets made with handloom fabrics like the standout chest wrap skirts, trousers, and tie-up dresses.

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