We love working closely with clients who know what they want! With the kind of exposure we have today, if our heart is set on a particular vision, we want to achieve that without compromising!
We work with you to achieve that vision, within your budget! Whether you're abroad or in India, we have a thorough communication from selecting the design, finalising the color and fabric to sampling the embroidery before production! We incorporate whatever changes you want before finalizing and shipping the garment.
Here's a glimpse of our work, co-creating our client's vision into reality.
Our beautiful bride Juhi was specific about a black, strapless high low dress for her cocktail party. We built on her vision and added a detachable trail for herphoto-ops which she then removed to dance the night away!
The structured one shoulder was also a detachable element which was created to add extravagance to the outfit but still enable her to wear the strapless dress differently.
Surbhi opted for pastels and mirror work for one of her wedding functions. Paired with a metallic off shoulder blouse, her lehenga and dupatta feature hand embroidered mirrors and cut danas.
She wanted to emphasise on her jewelry and did not want her lehenga to clash with it!
Falak & Dharini
Falak wanted to experiment with different looks for a close, family wedding. Being a medical student out of Mumbai, she coordinated her outfits digitally through whatsapps and video calls.
For a white, lucknowi theme both mother and daughter had similar lehengas. While Dharini opted for a classic look, Falak wanted a ruffled, experimental blouse.
For the reception, Falak wanted to keep it fun and voluminous. She opted for a sequinned, off-shoulder dress with a detachable skirt trail with a slit.
For her brunch function in Jaipur, Palak opted for an ombré, ruffled gown with a trail and layers. Since her outfits for her other functions had bold and bright colors, she wanted to stick to a bright pastels for this one!
Karishma co-created her anarkali-gown with us over Whatsapp as she lives in Philadelphia and she wanted to wear this custom made piece for a family wedding.
She was clear about the silhoutte; a bodice with cut outs and a glittering, flowy bottom. We opted for an embroidered bodice in gold tones and a layer of sequins with a tulle overlay for the bottom half.
Niyati wanted to customise a trailing veil to go with her wedding lehenga. We dyed the fabric and added hand embellished sequins and pearls on her veil to go with the whole garment and gave her a trail of about 8 meters.
For her sit down dinner, she wanted a maroon gown with a belted side trail. The gown was embellished with sequins and beads all over.
Avani wanted an indo-western element added to her sangeet lehenga which is why she went for ruffled sleeves.
She wanted a fuss free outfit which enabled her to dance freely.
Bride Disha wanted a trail while walking the aisle and she wanted her first dance to be comfortable (without having any time to change!)