Perfect for any occasion

Bright and bold designs

These simple yet stylish kurtis, tops, churidars, skirts and kurtas from Mother Earth have a fusion of traditional patterns and designs and yet can be worn for a casual outing with family or friends.

Designed for the festive season, the fabric is rich and the colour palette
regal, making it perfect for daily wear and on special occasions. The use of indigenous prints and fabric makes the clothes from Mother Earth stand out. Bright hues, use of bold prints, weaved in with traditional Indian prints like bandhni, makes it perfect for the festivals.

“We aim to provide consumers beautifully designed fashionable garments, which reflects the traditional crafts and age-old techniques of the country. Mother Earth offers the shoppers a contemporary twist to traditional Indian textiles and silhouettes this festive season.

The collection is inspired by heritage, organic and contemporary themes. It is a subtle combination of fashion hues with classic tunes and incorporates traditional fabrics. By connecting artisans and the market and bringing fashion at suitable pricing, the brand makes an effort to bring to the customers the sensibilities of India’s vibrant traditions and culture,” says a spokesperson of the brand.

She adds, “the whole collection is inspirational, we mix fabrics with clean-lined pieces to create a look that is inviting all year round and caters to all. Fashion from Mother Earth is centered on natural materials and processes in the belief that nature provides for all, as long as we give back as much as we take.

The organic sari is the latest addition to the collection. Available in bright hues like shocking pink, lemon, indigo blue and various hues of yellow, the saris portray the tradition of the weavers from Pollachi in Tamil Nadu. The use of contrasting and vibrant colours, floral and geometric motifs, traditional yet contemporary looks, make the collection much sought after and perfect for daily wear and for special occasions.

The designer, Tanvi Kareer, says that the collection is festive in its look and is best suited for the comfort, style and confidence of the modern woman of today. Saris are not the only option available, there is a host of other things like dupattas and stoles to choose from.

The flowing anarakalis and the chic kurtas have a good balance of colours. The kurtas can be mixed and matched with a host of leggings, skirts, patialas as well as Moroccan pants. The price range is such that it fits all budgets.

The brand has an interesting collection of jewellery and accessories like bags and wallets which can be matched with the outfits. Men also have a good range to choose from, the linen and khadi shirts in different colours can be mixed and matched with either linen pants or even a pair of denim. The range of kurta for this collection has a classy finish and a festive approach.

Swati, first-year PU, Commerce, Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, wore an orange cap sleeve brocade kurti and maroon leggings.

Punchline: “It is a very ethnic piece and can be worn with either a pair of leggings, skirt or a patiala, during the festivals. The brocade work on the kurta definitely adds to the entire festive look. I like the collection that they have and looking forward to splurging for Deepavali.”

Price: Orange brocade kurti - Rs 699 and maroon leggings - Rs 399.

Manisha, first-year PU, Commerce, Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, wore a pink and orange tie-and-dye kurta and orange leggings.

Punchline: “I have always liked wearing tie-and-dye and this kurta has added a very contemporary twist to this traditional art. The colour combination is very elegant. As it is a short kalidar kurta, it looks very stylish and can be worn for a casual outing.”

Price: Pink and orange short kurta - Rs 899 and orange leggings - Rs 399.

Reny, final-year, Fashion Technology, Oxford College of Science, wore a yellow and white printed kurta with asymmetrical cuts and matched it with a pair of white

Punchline: “The kurta is very different and when combined with a bright pair of leggings, the look is festive. As the kurta is very trendy, it can be worn to college or even to a party. In fact, one can try various kinds of looks with this outfit.”

Price: Printed white and yellow kurta - Rs 499
and white leggings - Rs 399.

Chandini, first-year, Fashion Designing, Oxford College of Science, wore a pink and lime green organic sari and teamed it up with a green halter top.

Punchline: “The colours of the sari steals the show, also what is really surprising is that the sari is very soft and hence it is easy to drape and very comfortable. I like the way these two colours have been combined.”

Price: Pink and lime green organic sari - Rs 6215 and green halter top - Rs 399.

Esther, final-year, Fashion Designing, Oxford College of Science, wore a stylish red spaghetti top and matched with a colourful pair of purple Moroccan pant.

Punchline: “The outfit is really funky and the bright colours add to it. It is important to mix and match these Moroccan pants with tops, which go well with the colour scheme or else it tends to look really funny.”

Price: Red spaghetti top - Rs 399 and Moroccan pant - 699.

AshrithA, first-year PU, Commerce, Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, wore a blue-printed kalidar and teamed it up with a red churidar.

Punchline: “It is a very elegant outfit. It can be accessorised with nice pair of earrings and can also be worn with churidars in different colours. What also adds to the look is the way the anarkali has been designed, the kalis are not very elaborate. The colour is bright and it will suit any occasion, whether it is a party or a festival.”

Price: Blue kalidar kurta - Rs 1799 and red leggings - Rs 399.

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