In A Fashion Fix? Get It Solved With These 5 Outfits From This Designer

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Do you ever have enough to wear? Exactly! That’s where Pune-based Anita Kunte comes in. Operating out of her studio in Baner, Kunte comes to the rescue with her ethnic and western outfits that are perfect for everyday wear and festivities.

Kunte hails from Mumbai, but has studied at SOFT, Pune. She decided to set up her studio in our little city and we couldn’t be happier. Kunte’s five collections showcase her excellence and skills. And, here are five outfits we’d love to buy from across her collections. 

The price range starts at INR 3000, you can get something casual and trendy, but you could also get a customised ethnic wear outfit on a budget that you can decide.

Printed Dress From Alice

This easy dress is a complete no-nonsense outfit that’s apt to wear 9-to-5. You’ll look cool even if you need to be somewhere after work. Pair it with sneakers, sandals and a few basic accessories and you’re good to go!

Saree & Blouse From Ikatara

A cream and black ikat long blouse with a flare, the blouse is comfy to slip into. The bright sunny yellow saree adds a lovely pop of colour. It has an ikat border and as a whole the sare has a very casual and cool look.

Printed Dress From Imprints Of Nature

This printed dress can be worn as a kurta too. It would look great paired with white palazzos or a simple churidar. The dress has tiny colourful pomps stitched at the waist too, which give the outfit a super coy look.

Asymmetrical Dress From Khadi Potpurri

Khadi and khadi-inspired designs dominate this collection. We loved this brown and blue asymmetrical dress. It gives you a quirky look and the stitched buttons add more fun to the dress. Pair it with a simple neck-piece and flats and you’ve got the perfect outfit to make a subtle statement in.

Kurta Dress From Masroo Modal

If you’re a no-nonsense person who’s all about comfortable fashion, shop for this ice-blue kurta dress. The dress has a simple printed collar and border at the hem of the dress. If you’re not into wearing a dress, wear a salwaar or churidar underneath and you’ll look comfortable.


A bit of a food and history nerd and a sucker for trying new things. Formerly City Lead for LBB Pune.