Often we ignore the possibility of finding humanity in clothing. Untouched, a Kolkata-based brand, founded by Debasri Deb, does exactly that by raising its voice against stereotyping. Offering affordable slow fashion, each outfit that the brand offers is unique in its own way.
Be an anomaly in the world of normals with two functional pockets and a hand embroidered motif on the front imitating a woman wearing a bindi. It is described as an ode to women and motherhood. You can also get the same design in atheir kaftan, which you can wear as a dress or even as a beach cover up.
Untouched proudly proclaims to be a body inclusive brand which encourages women to be exactly who they are and "not alter themselves to fit a certain beauty standard." One such dress which defines this philosophy is one neon green A-line halter dress with a self-love art embroidered on one of its pockets.
Their skirts are definitely something you would want in your closet. To start with, we were ogling at their cream tube skirt with a side slit and green brocade peeping from inside. Carry it off with ease by wearing a solid coloured t-shirt. Wait till you see their collection of jackets and shrugs, which define a kind of freedom and break from the usual monotonous ones.
An embroidered neon jacket is all that we could see ourselves in, with scalloped hems and a button loop detail on one side of the overlay. It looked even more attractive due to the hand embroidered daisies and subtle katha stitch on the front. A yellow sleeveless open cape could be another real steal for all you women out there. Try wearing it with a saree or a midi skirt and you're good to walk the fashion streets.