A Festive Ensemble
Sue Mue presents Bani Thani collection for the festive season of 2016. The latest range is an indigenous tribute to the heritage, colours and traditions of Marwar.
Designed for today’s woman of substance, the Autumn/ Winter 2016 collection is inspired by the rituals of Marwar region in Rajasthan. The collection depicts its art and architecture. The range is a symbolic representation of the modern day royals. Traditional silhouettes have been gracefully infused with edgy techniques of garment construction to give one a contemporary look.
Choose from among some very artistic pieces and intricate work that are resplendent in the alluring hues of royalty.
The flaming orange angrakha jacket (above) is teamed with silk dhoti and is a perfect dress for Karwa Chauth. An amalgamation of tradition and modernity, the zardozi jamawar bootis add to its regality.
For a newly married woman, though, the vermillion raw silk anarkali set (below) with hand embroidery is a good choice.
The peplum blouse (below) has been a rage and at Sue Mue, we have incorporated it in an angrakha style with a kalidar lehenga and a luxe tulle dupatta.
Inspired by the precious Rajasthani jewellery, a jewel drop gota patti and cut dana motif embellished on this purple handloom raw silk signifies strength and adds a royal charm. This silhouette in particular, accentuates one’s curves, keeping it traditional yet very sensuous.
Looking for an idea to dress up for a Diwali card party? This mustard silk concept anarkali (above) with an attached tulle dupatta is ideal. A sure shot head turner at any do.
If you have to get ready in a jiffy, you cannot go wrong with this mesmerizing colour blocking anarkali with hand embroidered gota patti florals.
It requires minimal accessories, too.
Another favourite at Sue Mue is the classic straight suit with churidaar (below). It defines sheer elegance.
Make a style statement with the lime green Sanganer block printed dupatta, which adds the right amount of quirkiness to this otherwise simple silhouette.
For the lovers of six yards of draped beauty, you can opt for this very pretty Fuchsia pink tie and dye sari, (below), with delicate threadwork on the lapels of the blouse. It is a must in every woman’s wardrobe.
With the wedding season ahead of us, it is a good idea to invest in a few festive ensembles. Coordinate a piece or two to create something completely new. Remember, a mix and match is the key to looking ravishing each and every time.
Stay Bani Thani this festive season with Sue Mue’s beautiful Indian ensembles.