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We all need shells in the pocket

Dear modern woman, aren’t you looking for ultimate bliss in an outfit paired with a lot of comfort and versatility? Let me dive into one such piece called the ‘SHELLS IN THE POCKET’ dress from The House of Akshar. We have styled it in multiple ways to spruce up your occasion and provide you with a top-notch fashion solution. Also, sustainable future is the mantra of our brand so we absolutely promote and support women rocking same outfit in multiple soiree’s. So, woman start Tiffany Haddishing and save up your big bucks because we are going to tell you how to style one dress for different occasions. REKHA FEVER Inspired by our very own diva, Rekha, from her days in...

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All you need to know

WHAT ARE WE MADE OF Get to know us and understand what we are made up of. To appreciate all the small things in life.  OUR MAGIC FABRIC- THE HEMP Hemp synonymous with "super fibre" is made from the fibres in the herbaceous plant of the species cannabis sativa. It’s a high-yield crop that produces significantly more fibre per acre than either cotton or flax. Hemps’ tensile strength is eight times that of cotton fibre. Fabrics made from hemp are hypo-allergenic and non-irritating to the skin. Hemp materials will also soften with age and with each washing. This eco fabric will also protect you from the sun with its UV resistant qualities.   OUR STRENGTH- BANANA FIBER FABRIC The super-supple fabric created...

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Ultimate guide to Artsy fashion

Today is a very special day as I am writing an blog very close to my heart. Let me begin with an anecdote of a girl who loved fashion, “Every person has their own way of expressing. Some express through music, some via cooking but there was a girl who expressed herself through clothes. Not rich but definitely a connoisseur in fashion, she would borrow her mother’s traditional Paithani saree and pair it with her brother’s grungy t-shirt and was ready to run her errands. People had their opinions about her way of dressing but she mercilessly ignored it and went on to create her perfect combinations without caring about the World. Her experimentations with fashion were often called as...

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