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Aarong's Baishakhi Flavour

This season Aarong's colour palette is bright radiant reds, oranges, canary yellow, mustards, emerald and parrot green, mystic blue to pristine whites, all inspired by our much celebrated Pahela Baishak. From tangail cotton to muslin, silk and jamdani, you will see a fun yet traditional line of baishakhi saris, each unique with interesting floral block and screen prints embellished with hand embroidery, appliqué, kantha stitch, glass work and sequins.

The shalwar kameez line is mesmerizing with sophisticated off-whites, duo tones and exotic hues in silk, crepe, muslin and handloom cotton paired with crushed dopattas. Paisley block prints with opulent embellishments- kantha stitch, hand embroidery with sequins, crystals, colourful stones and mirrors are used to give the added brilliance.

This Bashakhi, Aarong's Taaga collection is all about long layered and super flared skirts teamed with cotton tops and kurtis with beads, sequins and embroidery.

The men's line is equally irresistibly with endi, silk and cotton Punjabis in earthy tones. To experience the true Baishakhi flavour, you must visit Aarong!

 

 
 

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