Sarees From The 90s: We’re In Love With This Handloom Brand

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Adah By Leesha

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What Makes It Awesome

We were completely in love with Adah By Leesha when we saw their flowing Ikat skirts in gorgeous prints. Upon delving into their collection, we couldn’t stop filling up our cart. A beautiful zero-waste handloom brand, it paints every inch of a fabric with dyes, prints and weaves. 

Leesha Agarwal mixes chic, contemporary and local fabrics and designs it into a fabulous collection of dresses and summer wear for men and women. She has beautiful prints on refreshing designs: blazer dresses, pure white khadi dresses, bow tie patterns, black slip dress with a buta jacket; there is so much beauty in every piece that you can’t help but wonder when you get to wear them next! The colours are inspired by nature and are a mix of floral hues, city shades and deep earthy tones. Not to mention, the gorgeous prints of Ikat, block prints, Kalamkari, Bainganee, Trikon and more will leave you in awe as you sashay around in your cute dress.  She also has refreshing unisex shirts which  mix contemporary with traditional Indian styles to bring everyday comfort. And who can't forget their sarees? With frills and pom poms, summery colours straight out of a 90' s movie, you have got to give them a try. 

To maintain their zero-waste policy, they also use the leftovers to create unique accessories and scrunchies while also providing employment opportunities for various women. With every garment comes the tag about who made it to keep you in loop about the work that goes behind. This is a win-win situation, isn’t it? 


Leesha periodically switches her collection to include new designs,so if you like something, don't keep it in you cart for too long!


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