This New Indian Wear Range Is Inspired By The Flowers Of Kashmir’s Mughal Garden

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What Makes It Awesome

If you’re all for floral magic, Tilsim by Sagarika Mehrotra's new Amalbagh collection is for you. This brand takes inspiration from the blooming flowers of Kashmir’s Mughal Gardens, and love that the collection features shades of blue, pink, purple, and red—a palette of the trending Pantone colours of the season! Perfect for the bridesmaids who want to almost steal the show at their best friends' wedding.

Amal, meaning a pure heart, is a fresh take on Indian wear. So much so that you’ll feel like you are wearing a Western outfit! Like this lemon yellow sharara set. Ideal for someone looking for elaborate-looking festive wear that is inspired by nature.

The delicately woven floral motifs and patterns give off a hand-embroidered feel. We also loved how they’ve revived Indian culture by using the age-old techniques of aari work and zardozi, and more so how it looks so regal on fabrics such as chiffon and organza. While the necklines are nothing new or striking, we love that a lot of the new collection features voluminous sleeves - a trend we’ll see for the whole year, perhaps. 

Go for their colour-coordinated sharara sets, co-ords and lehenga cholis. These are easy-to-wear and have been most loved by women who love to stay hassle-free during weddings. The blouses are padded so no stress about choosing a bra. They also have styles in saturated colours to look stunning in photos! Save some love and money for Tilsim’s sarees! They’re minimal and easy to carry. Details like embroidered borders, lightweight fabric, and floral motifs make them a lively ensemble to wear for weddings.

Price: Starting at INR 12,000 up to INR 80,000