The latest collection of 'Fulki'.
The brand houses outfits that intend to satisfy every young woman's need, be it through the colour palette or the style.
Monali Ranka, the owner of 'Fulki', likes to offer Bengalureans the best of everything.
"We have jumpsuits and beautiful tops with exaggerated or bell sleeves that make a statement by themselves," she says.
A range of fabrics, from textured georgette to crepes and knits to silks, have been experimented with in this collection.
"Our designs are an amalgamation of all these fabrics, skillfully crafted to provide innovative designs. These outfits can be worn to work as well as to an event later on," she adds.
The brand aims to provide fashion options that need not be set aside for special occasions but can be worn to work as well.
"A warm long-sleeved shimmer knitted top can be worn with leggings or skinny jeans. It will work for the day as well as the night," says Monali.
From long to midi dresses, sequinned tops to classy jumpsuits, the collection has it all.
"The very fact that one shouldn't have to wait to wear something really nice is the gist behind this collection," she says.
"Be it a private party or a romantic date, our latest collection intends to provide Friday wear, which will make one shine without much effort," she adds.
Sequinned gowns, frills, exaggerated sleeved tops, off and cold-shouldered outfits rule the latest collection.
"My recent holiday to Europe has inspired many of the drapes in the latest collection. Nature inspires me. I am also inspired by the trends of today," she says.
"The colours that are experimented with in this collection range from black and white to neon hues, wine red, mustard, blues and greens. This line gives a nice twist to one's conventional choices while providing just the right look for any given day."
'Fulki' studio is located at no 55, 5th Cross Road, 6th Block, Koramangala.
Shubhra Murali, a student of St Joseph's College (Autonomous), wore a blue long gown and was ready with her outdoor look.
Punchline: "The colours of the gown can jazz up any day. I love the print and the way the gown flows."
Price: Blue gown (Rs 5,990)
Srishti Butta, a student of Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology, wore a copper dress.
Punchline: "Glamour meets functionality in this outfit. I love the colour and texture of the dress."
Price: Copper dress (Rs 3,999)
Payal Mishra, a student of Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology, wore a mustard top.
Punchline: "I found the work on the top amazing. What is unique is that the top can be dressed up or down."
Price: Mustard top (Rs 2,599)
Merissa Bose, a student of St Joseph's College (Autonomous), sported a brown jumpsuit.
Punchline: "I love the fitting of this jumpsuit. It is flattering and can be teamed with a jacket or a blazer for a work look."
Price: Brown jumpsuit (Rs 4,990).
Riya Jain, a student of St Joseph's College (Autonomous), slipped into a wine-sequinned gown.
Punchline: "The colour is appealing. It can be worn for both special and formal occasions."
Price: Wine gown (Rs 6,990)
Karishma Shah, a student of Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology, wore a neon gown.
Punchline. "This is just the outfit one needs to pep up one's mood this season. The pop-up colour works well with me."
Price: Neon gown (Rs 5,690)