Other Accessories (belts, hair)
Accessories & jewelry are just an amazing right! They can take an outfit from boring to daring! Accessories have the capacity to take an outfit from office to a night out like with a hair accessory! These statement accessories are not just accessories, they are conversation pieces, conversation starters and ice breakers. They are head turners and can help you to create a first impression!
How awesome can it be if your accessory is one of its kind? An accessory that no one has ever worn or will ever be seen wearing. All our accessories are one of a kind, meaning you will never come across another person wearing the same that you're wearing. Each and every piece is unique and completely handmade. That makes each and every one of it incredibly special.
The best part, these accessories like jean belts and hair accessories are made out of fabric along with metal clasping, hooks and other accessories. The fabrics range from handloom, khadi (handspun and handloom) and rarely a millmade fabric as an addition to handmade fabrics. The color range is huge from pristine whites to subtle beiges to stark pinks to deep blues, mostly derived from natural sources – the natural dyes extracted from plants like turmeric, Indian madder, indigo etc, that are completely eco-friendly, whose production, processing and wastes do not pollute or poison Mother Earth.
The accessories need not particularly do what's its supposed to do! Get quirky and creative. Wear our belts as bag straps, wear the brooches as hair accessories or just pin it up on your bag or pin 3-4 on your bag and show the world your quirkiness!
The accessories are adorned with various specialties like stripes and checks made with handloom, a hint of bling with zari used in weaving as well as embroidery like zardozi and aari, textures created by weaving, hand embroidery like smocking, sewing like machine smocking, pin tucks etc, motifs created using hand block printing, resist dyeing like batik, tie and dye etc, hand embroidery like thread work, applique, patch work etc as well as hand machine embroidery, and the best of all, hand woven techniques like Warp ikat (single ikat), warp & weft ikat (double ikat), dobby, jacquard etc.