Banjara Launches ‘Ethnic Wear’ for Women

from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)

Mumbai, Nov 13: Always on the move, Banjara, the latest fashion boutique situated at Malad West (opposite In orbit), is all set to create the mood for the festive season by reflecting the romantic aura and the free spirit of the young Indian woman of today.

The new collection brings an ensemble of brightly coloured tusar, silk Kurtis with heavy sequin work in rich shades of magenta, green, blue, orange and red. The biggest attractions at Banjara are the tastefully embroidered Kurtas, which can be easily teamed up with regular denims for college wear. For more formal occasions Banjara offers Patiala salwars and churidars.

For women who prefer the western look, Banjara also offers a wide array of casual cotton shirts and funky tops, along with short denim skirts, which can be accessorized with spunky belts with bulky buckles.

Another thing which makes Banjara unique is the wide range of accessories, including heavy neck pieces, bracelets embedded with semi-precious stones, colorful metal and glass bangles which enables you to step out in true style.

Banjara is an initiative of young and dynamic Pallavi Nangia, a 19-year old, ex alumni of Delhi Public School, who is currently pursuing a degree from a Mumbai college. Banjara showcases a wide range of ethnic and modern fashion statements, which are characterized by exciting, exuberant colors and exquisite hand embroidery, making it a ‘one halt store ’ - not only teenagers, but also those blossoming with maturity.


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