This brand can be found on Facebook, and you can mail them at order@arVasaa.com, or their website at www.arVasaa.com. I really liked some of their products, especially the really long earrings and cool ear cuffs, but one product that really made me look twice was a beautiful accessory for hair.
|arVasaa Hair Accessory|
Shradha, who spoke to me, told me that she really thought that these were really unusual, and were not available easily. I would have to agree – very cool.
Anupriya, who is also a fashion blogger, runs Howrah Bridge, has a special place in my heart, because she has really kitschy designs
and she has promised to make me the blouse of my dreams. Check out the cool rickshaw print Chinese style jacket. She has other designs as well, and she also has an impressive collection of sarees, long dresses, kurtas/kurtis, and blouses, all very affordable.
|Howrah Bridge by Anupriya|
The best part is – Anupriya caters to women who are naturally curvy, and I particularly loved this red blouse with the floral body and lace – so feminine! Anupriya can be reached on Facebook at the Howrah Bridge page.
Studio EYE by Lopamudra
|Lopamudra Saha Designer|
Lopamudra has a lovely collection of Indian ethnics, like sarees and kurtis, and jewellery, and quite affordable too. Her store is at 203, Sarat Bose Road, beside Marco Polo Restaurant, near Deshapriya Park, and you can also find it on Facebook. Although I liked the kurtis and sarees, what caught my eye were the very traditional but cool long earrings.
|Studio EYE by Lopamudra|
Although the High Street Market only was on the 18th, you can actually find these stores on Facebook, and you can connect with them. There is a considerable collection available, and its a delight to see.
Disclaimer: Poorna Banerjee was invited to the event.