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3 ethnic wear, Indian brands you should know about

on October 20, 2020
Ethnic Wear

Andaaz by Jyoti Dhawan

This brand is a unique mix of aesthetic and craftsmanship with subtle sophistication. Their ethnic kurtas are made with utmost attention to fit, fabric and detail. Andaaz focuses on being a handcrafted label with contemporary designs. These designs have the potential to be worn to almost any event you can think of.

Pair it with some dull gold and white pearl jhumkas to get the perfect effortless ethnic look. To add to it, wear rose-gold 3inch heels and carry a classy bag to make an elite ethnic outfit which has the potential to be worn at various events. If you want to keep it casual and wear it on a daily basis, wear it with juttis and a simple bracelet.

Andaaz keeps designs very aspirational on their Instagram providing a visual board for handmade Indian ethnic wear.





Kanelle by Kanika Jain

Kanelle’s clothing is very transitional when styled, from dressing up to dressing down. Their endeavour is to design & create our clothing with conscious efforts to reduce impact and generate awareness. With not just traditional but western silhouettes too, Kanelle really experiments the thin subtype of fashion mongers called ‘indie conscious’.

Majority of their traditional ensembles are your easy-breezy cotton kurtas. We reckon seeing so many ‘indie conscious’ personalities at fashion weeks. 



Miar Designs by Siddhi

Effortless ethnic kurta sets for the hustler millennial. We’ve all had days where we cannot seem to pull an entirely sort head-to-toe Indian outfit. Miar kurta sets are for those days.

Wear some elegant ethnic long earrings and pair it with mid-length heels to finish this look. Add one of Miar’s designer Potlis to your look instead of carrying a classic black bag to give this ensemble more personality.

Potlis add the perfect touch to an Indian outfit.


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