Colours come calling

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Colours come calling

The boutique focusses on contemporary styles for women who can appreciate Indian fabric yet love Western silhouettes.

Traditionally tailored in handwoven fabrics, fuss-free outfits in soft cotton, khadi and linen top the collections.

“Our works are mostly focussed on ‘kalamkari’, ‘ikat’ and various block prints,” says Priyanka Haridas, founder of ‘Pilgrim’.

The brand’s collections ‘Warm Edition’ and ‘The Earth Collection’, aim to offer fashion options for the stylish and sophisticated women of today.

The ‘Warm Edition’ is richer in colours and is designed in shades of red, blue, indigo and yellow, while ‘The Earth Collection’ is subdued, created in subtle colours like earthy tones and hues of light greens and yellows.

“We try to provide outfits like dresses, pants or bottoms, skirts and tops in all collections, so our customers have options to choose from. They vary in cuts and styles according to the collection,” says Priyanka.

The latest line, ‘The Earth Collection’ include maxis and tiered dresses, asymmetrical hemmed skirts, statement jackets and tops.

“We look forward to create fashion options that can be worn throughout the year. Our ensembles are made with care along with silhouettes that are classic,” she says.

The ‘Warm Edition’ includes skirts in shorter lengths while the current cool weather demands the inclusion of longer skirts in ‘The Earth Collection’. “There are pants and crop tops in the ‘Warm Edition’ too. ‘The Earth Collection’ has crop tops with bell sleeves with elastic waist-pants,” she says.

The brand aims to cater to young adults and working professionals.

“My collections are inspired from fabrics that have been sourced for the season. I look at the fabric and then draw patterns which can be worked with for the collection. My collections are not theme-based,” she says.

Haritha Hariharan, a student of The Oxford College of Science, wore a ‘Tara’ dress in leaf green with yellow in ‘ikat’ print. Punchline: “The colour combination is eye-catching and the dress is a perfect fit for a day out with friends.”
Price: Dress (Rs 3,000)

Rashmi, a student of The Oxford College of Science, teamed an ‘ikat’ ‘Ketaki’ crop top with a tailored wide leg pants in cotton. Punchline: “The combination is unique and striking.”
Price: Crop top (Rs 2,000) and pants (Rs 1,700).

Rinna Jerome, a student of Baldwin Women’s Methodist College, wore an ‘ikat’ shift dress in orange-red.
Punchline: “The bright colour of the dress can add colour to any day. The pockets are a chic addition to the dress.”
Price: Dress (Rs 2,600)

Chandana, a student of St Joseph’s College (Autonomous) slipped into a ‘Summer Dream’ peacock green ‘ikat’ maxi dress.Punchline: “The flowy dress is a breezy addition to one’s wardrobe. The fabric is very light and the dress has a flattering fit.”
Price: Dress (Rs 2,700)

Ishmeet R, a student of St Joseph’s College (Autonomous) wore an ‘ikat’ yellow collared dress.
Punchline: “The bright yellow colour is a wonderful addition to one’s wardrobe. I love the unpredictable cut of the dress.”
Price: Dress (Rs 3,100)

Nikitha R, a student of St Joseph’s College (Autonomous) slipped into a ‘Tara’ dress in indigo block print.
Punchline: “The dress is a unique combination. I like the way the dress falls and fits me.”
Price: Dress (Rs 3,300)

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