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7 Must Have Red Sarees !

Shades of Red Sarees

“Ek chutki sindoor” the famous dialogue from the movie “Om Shanti Om” is as famous as the charisma of sindoori ‘the sacred red’, that has led the hue to dominate bridal trousseau wear since the inception of marriage as an institution.

The symbol of love, passion and even intense drama is often hailed as an auspicious colour in the spectrum of hues.

No Hindu wedding is complete without this colour. We have curated shades of this colour in different saree fabrics that we have to offer.

Crimson Red – Crimson & Brown Handwoven Cotton Silk Saree.


Buy this crimson red saree here

Orangey Red – The typical Bandhani saree


Buy this Bandhani saree here

Rose Red – A Banarasi saree so beautiful that you just cannot miss to own one.


Buy this banarasi silk saree here

Ruby Red – Silk embroidered saree


Shop this silk embroidered saree here

Blush red – Chanderi cotton saree in blush red colour


Shop this Chanderi saree here

Cherry Red – This beautifully embroidered art silk saree in cherry red colour.


Shop this art silk saree here

Scarlet Red – Cotton silk saree with golden borders


Shop this cotton silk saree here

Brick red – A georgette brocade saree is another must have.


Shop this georgette brocade saree here


Milan’s Flamboyance


Spotted on the Streets of Milan, a Scarlett you just cannot ignore! The Reincarnated Plaids, the Asymmetric Hemline and a smack on the Lips that you just can’t miss! Staying trueMil to the stories about Milan’s Street Style, here is an undeniable example of the Flamboyance they talk about.

Cheerful Winters!!

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Getting cozy still continues, and so does the wardrobe problems in winters. So, ditch blackand grey and bring in all the bright color jackets and sweaters to make you look fresh and bright even in the dead of winter. Lets give some life to this winter!!!

#HarDinFashionKaro idea for winters

Wouldn’t you love to wear colors that complement you!


Did you know there are colors that suit all skin tones? Without any stress, you can just pull them over and be confident of looking great in them. Here’s a list of those gorgeous yet safe colors:

Red – A non shiny red always brings out the best in you. Radiant enough to draw all eyeballs on you!

Blush Pink – Sweet a color that brings out the feminine best in you!

Teal – Wear it as a top or a dress. It’s a color for the day or evenings.

Emerald – A rich color that will take you looking like a million bucks. Definitely a brilliant pick for your dressy evenings!

Charcoal – A wardrobe neutral with a classy edge. Works well on all occasions.

Eggplant – The depth of this beautiful purple lets you wear it as an accent color or even as classic wardrobe neutral.

Go ahead, look beautiful:)




The Perfect Colour for your Bridal Lehenga

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Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day. But what’s more important is to choose the perfect colour for your outfit.

Choose from reds, shades of pinks and blues to make a fabulous impact, says an expert.

Red: This colour is traditionally considered the most auspicious in India. Secondly, red has a way of bringing out the best in the Indian skin tone. Also, it pairs beautifully with a variety of jewellery, making it a very safe bet.

Gold: Think opulence and instantly the royal colour of gold comes to mind. If you want to be one of those truly regal looking brides, go for this rich shade. But remember to keep the other accents of your ensemble extremely simple to maintain a sophisticated balance.

All shades of pinks: There is a reason this colour brigade has been a favourite with Indian brides for years now. Softer shades of pink give a very subtle, mellow glow. Bolder shades such as fuchsia are perfect if you wish to make a more glamorous statement.

Orange: When it comes to wedding lehengas, let’s just say Orange is the new red! This bright shade is all the rage in the wedding market of the country, thanks to its inimitable ability to make the bride look super radiant. Pair your orange lehenga with heavy gold jewellery and watch how people talk of your bridal ensemble years after your nuptials are over.

Blue: Blue has caught on as the quirky, brave choice for fashion-forward brides. If you feel it is too non-traditional for your taste but you still seek some adventure, pair a blue lehenga skirt with a red choli or a heavy red bridal dupatta and get ready to be the most stunning bride of the season.

Color Me Red



Our latest Colour Crush has been all over the Amazon India Fashion Week S/S ’16! 

We heart Poppy Red 🙂

The one Pick-Me-Up every Wardrobe Needs—is the Colour Red. And by Red we mean the Rich and Opulent type. Whether it’s a Poppy Coat or a Pair of Flares or a Beautiful Kurta you bravely wanna flaunt, red is what what you paint the town with.


Sanjay Garg AIWF S/S ’16


Hemant & Nandita AIWF S/S ’16


AnaMika by Anamika Khanna AIWF S/S ’16


Malini Ramani AIWF S/S ’16

So peeps, don’t shy away, and paint the town red in your own edgy way! 

#red #poppyred #AIWF #MaliniRamani #SanjayGarg #AnamikaKhanna #Hemant&Nandita

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