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Soft Minty Hues


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When it comes to Indian clothes we would have loads of bright colours in our wardrobe. Bright pinks, red and yellows. We don’t really experiment much with soft pastel colours. Today on the blog I am sharing this soft mint coloured outfit from Palanquine. Keeping up the palazzo trend, the outfit consist of a soft mint suit with wide leg palazzos. The palazzo pants have an interesting zig zag pattern going across the bottom which adds a fun twist to the outfit. It comes with a sheer dupatta with cute flower embroidery. This outfit is perfect guest outfit for a pre-wedding function like Mehndi. I paired this outfit with some traditional Indian jewellery and mojris.

I was introduced to Palanquine on instagram and really liked their designs. Palanquine is founded and owned by designer Sandhya Shah, as per her India is a melting pot of cultures, colours, flavors, patterns, people and a lot of others things. All these elements come together in a sort of controlled chaos to create an endless supply of inspiration. It is this inspiration that we at Palanquine have tapped into to create a unique line of clothing that perfectly blend India rich heritage and popular modern design.

Palanquine not only does Salwar Suits, Lehngas & Sarees but also a lot of indo-western outfits including dresses, capes and many more. So if you have a wedding, dinner, formal occasion, etc. coming up or just feel like trying an indo-western look then Palanquine is the right place. Contact them through their facebook page here. They will create customised outfits to suit your style.

Hope you enjoyed browsing through some of Palanquine designs. Stay tuned for part 2. In the next post I’ll be sharing an indo-western look from Palanquine’s latest collection.

 

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