Gulkaari by Trisha Dutta


There is something about Indian clothes. I’m not sure if it’s just that it makes you look beautiful or the fact that most of us wear it once in a while so we love flaunting it. And we look for something very exclusive everytime we wear it as we don’t want people to have the same thing which has become a difficult thing to have in tops and dresses thanks to the great availability of forever 21 and Zara everywhere.
So when it comes to Indian wear we sit and research the internet for brilliant designs or go to a designer and tell them we need an exclusive piece.
On top of that being the wedding season we want to look our best, but not get on something too heavy which will drown us during the summer. And this summer Florals being back in trend, what’s better than having something which is not only exclusive, but has hand painted dupattas as well.
When my roommate now a bespoke designer told me she wanted to start her own label Trisha Dutta Design, the first thing I told her was we’ll do a collaboration then and it was just 4 months later that I’m posting this now.
I had no idea her designs would turn out so amazing. The intricate embroidery work on her pure silk kurtas with simple yet very comfortable and light pajamas made it so easy to carry during summers and the highlight of the piece and my favorite is the hand painted floral dupattas. Take my word on this. Her collection is made for the summers and you’ll not regret owning one of these beautiful exclusive designs.
She even has pieces for people who are not that much into Indian. Her Indo-western collection is yet outstanding. From the work to the deep colors, it’s all a girl could as for in an outfit like this.
Working with her was so much fun as she gave me the liberty or I should say trusted me with her clothes and let me style them on my own.
Look 1

So, for the first look, I went with floral heels and tied up my hair. I kept it really neat and simple so I can let the outfit can stand out like it should be done.

Look 2

For the indo-western outfit I paired it up with ripped denims, metallic tattoos and my coral stilettos.

Do visit her facebook page Trisha Dutta Design for her entire collection:
Instagram- @Trishaduttadesign

Styling Tip: The second look can go really well for people who do not prefer Indian too much, but for those who are all about Indian you can even style the second look with one of her amazing palazzo collection.

I’m wearing
Look 1

  • Outfit by Trisha Dutta Design
  • Heels from Aldo


Look 2

  • Outfit by Trisha Dutta Design
  • Ripped denims from H&M
  • Heels from Bershka
  • Metallic tattoos from Primak, London. (Available in many online sites in India as well)












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