5 Ways To Sport The Best Khadi Fusion Look This Season And Rock It
The term 'khadi' is the Sanskrit version of the word 'cotton' and used for referring to any hand-spun fabric. Picture a nation using a cloth fabric to launch a full-fledged freedom movement; Well, we Indians paved the way and made it possible. The Khadi expedition, launched by Mahatma Gandhi, not only encouraged rural self-employment and reduced reliance on the outer world but also proved to be a masterstroke against the British Raj that saw the downfall of the latter in the next few years to follow.
With an increasing emphasis on ethically manufactured and environmentally sustainable apparel, there's never been a better time to reach back your roots and celebrate all of Khadi's offerings in vogue. Ideal for hot and humid weather (or any weather for that matter), this breathable fabric is woven into beautiful, contemporary designs by mindful and creative brands. So, after a lot of classing and sifting, here's what wesuggest to get your khadi ensemble sorted.
Straight-fit Fusion Kurta Set
The lustrous undertones of this ochre kurta set look amazingly exquisite as a daily wear as well as a special occasion dressing. Paired with the same toned co-ords makes the entire outfit look chic and yet sophisticated at the same time. Dainty and subtle golden embroidery work in the front is a rather impressive and emphasizing feature that makes the ensemble stand out.
Signature Round neckline and High ankle cropped palazzos with muted gold horizontal piping maintain the detailing part. Super soft and breathable khadi fabric is lustrous and sits comfortably with your skin. Wear alongside light make-up and favourite slippers to walk out in style.
A-Line Long Khadi Kurta
Grace, conjoined with dollops of vibrancy, this maroon A-line khadi kurta is everything you need to perch your style quotient on another high and conquer the top spot on the ethnic front. Coordinate it beautifully with contrasting comfy pants to stand out and be eased out at the same time. Subdued golden thread work at the sleeves' end look exquisite and detailed.
Mandarin neckline with faux buttoned front styling imparts the contemporary tones to the outfit. Dainty studs, Kohl eyes with a neat hairdo is are all that you need to pull off a classy look.
Embroidered Straight-fit Khadi Kurta
This bodice-fit straight fusion kurta with fine and elaborate embroidery work in contrasting tones at the front and on sleeves look impressive and flawless to the core. Pair this monotonic and subtly lustrous Khadi ensemble with contrasting co-ods of your choice, making your everyday wear simple, comfortable and yet classy to the core.
Get accustomed to draw compliments— regardless of the occasion by teaming up with bold statement jewellery pieces and your precious high-heeled stilettos.
Embroidered Straight-fit Kurta
This radiant ochre toned bodice fit straight Kurta with delicate and fine silver thread work at the sleeve ends is sure to accentuate your body frame and bring out the true fashionista in you. We recommend pairing with contrasting comfortable pants, bequeathing minimal yet uber-chic appeal, making your personality shine through.
Notched-up Mandarin neckline with the faux buttoned front styling looks luxuriant. Extra soft and breathable base fabric in Khadi is the prime highlight that not only brightens your aura but also sits equally comfortably with your skin. Don't forget to wear your favourite Punjabi Juttis with the outfit to make an alluring impression, right as you walk in.
Teal-Blue Fusion Khadi Kurta Set
This urbane Fusion Kurta embellished with intricate and elaborate embroidery work in the front on a sassy Teal Blue khadi base is the epitome of grace in itself whose real beauty lies in its minimalism. The accompaniment of an ankle-length breezy palazzo with muted gold piping complement the look.
Boat neckline with dainty embroidery work on the front is the main highlight alongsidethesubtly lustrous and soft khadi fabric that accentuates the style and yet breathable enough to keep your skin at ease. High heels and a nice hairdo flawlessly complement the attire.
Quite understandably, khadi is not merely a fabric in vogue but a clothing with a cause that we must imbibe to side with environmentally friendly fashion and also keep our ethnic roots alive. Check out the entire Khadi Collection by Barara.