Thursday, 22 September 2016

Mada Sasa X The Broke Chica

Hello Chicas,

I'm back with yet another post on ethnic wear. Recently, on a shopping trip to an exhibition in my city I came across this brand called Mada Sasa and was completely enthralled by their amazing collection. From pleasing pastel color palate to minimalist embroidered dresses, Mada Sasa offers an exquisite range of ethnic and fusion wear. Luckily, I got the chance to collaborate with them and today I will be sharing with you all one of their outfits from their spring/summer collection. But, before going any further I would like to share more details about the brand.

About MADA SASA:

The brand Mada Sasa is an eminent manufacturer, exporter & supplier of a range of Apparels and hand woven and other Fashion Accessories and ornamentations, which are reputed for quality, endurance and vibrancy in colours. With our rich experience and innovation, we create the best blend of tradition and modernity in our products.

Each of our designs is meticulously created by our R&D team comprising of qualified fashion designers. For aeons our team has been working on the various types of Indian handlooms and value additions, and our traditional and contemporary designs clubbed with perfection and the right choice of fabrics allow us to offer the best in the fashion world.

Our styles move with the time and vary as per the requirement of our clients.With dedication, detailing and integrity being our USP, our firm adherers to very strong international quality control standards, various levels of checks related to the fabric quality, ornamentations, colour fastness, and eco friendliness, and ensure timely supply as per our commitments.

Swati Bajoria was one of the receipients of the Women Achievers Award 2014 presented by actor Abir Chatterjee.

Products Offered:

A wide variety of ethnic and fusion wear ranging from dresses, tunics, drapes and gowns are offered by the brand. The collection showcases an exquisite work comprising of zardozi, mirror work, ribbon embroidery, cutwork applique and much more.

What I wore:

Coming to my outfit, I am wearing a multi-stripe dress in moss green and off white. The earthy tone of the dress makes the outfit very unique which is usually very difficult to find in Indian wear. The floral applique across the neckline and hem of the sleeves lends an ethnic touch to this fusion wear. Also, the coral and golden color of the applique adds a much needed pop to the outfit. While the overall look of the gown is very casual and light, one can always accessorize it for a glamorous party look. Following the earthy tone of the dress, I opted for oxidized half moon statement earrings and ring. I love how these muted retro accents can create such a huge impact without it being too flashy. To complete the look, I went for side swept hair and orange lips.








Do check out their website to find out more about their collection.
Website: http://www.madasasa.com/index.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/madasasa/?fref=ts

Hope you all liked the post.
Much love.
Ritika. x

Outfit Details:

Gown: Mada Sasa
Acessories: Thrifted

1 comment:

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