Made with eco-friendly fabric

Anita Dongre is making us wish for a summer full of wedding invites with her recently showcased collection titled ‘A Summer Reverie’. It’s redolent of flowers, woods and romance, and has a light breeziness that makes it spectacularly perfect for the tropics – beach destination wedding, anybody? And while it sits pretty, it also sends out a powerful environmental message owing to the biodegradable Tencel it’s made of. The designer collaborated with Lenzing, a manufacturer of sustainable fibers, to blend her unmistakable aesthetics with eco-friendliness. Let’s jump into the fabulousness.

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Bohemia in my closet | Both these tiered pieces are to dote on. You cannot not have them in your closet this summer. They’d look as at-home in the East European countryside as they would back in India.

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Those doll sleeves | The sleeve designing is subtle yet gets all the attention in the outfits – we totally love the dusky blue – a rather fresh colour to be seen in ethnic wear.

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Joyously yellow | A spring in India calls for lots of cheerful yellow. The awesome lehenga and the equally awesome jumpsuit will make for perfect festive-wear for the season.

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Pretty pastels | These delicate pieces in champagne pink and pistachio spell youthful charm. The accordion pleat details on the hem of the lehenga will give you a magical swirl.

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Contemporary chic | Anita Dongre knows exactly how to pick an ethnic base and stitch it marvellously into contemporary sensibilities. We love the drape of the stole with the skirt-crop top outfit and the cape over the jumpsuit.

Effortless sophistication | Very classical and infallible choices for traditional events, these white trouser-kurta sets exude a regal poise. And we’re surely going to copy the dupatta drape.

Enhancing the charm of it all, so many of these adorable ethnic pieces have pockets – something unusual of women’s formal wear and particularly so in the ethnic segment – we’re smitten!

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