Get these 5 amazing look from Madhusmita Panda collections!

Madhusmita Panda is a designer based out of Odisha. Her specialties are traditional hand painting and hand embroidery. Her collection comes with a twist of painting and embroidery with a simple and minimalistic style combined with grace and elegance.

Madhusmita Panda produces a wide range of customized and hand crafted sarees, lehengas, anarkalis, cocktail dresses, gowns, waist coats, ties, tunics, kaftans, dupattas and stoles. Her collection caters for all your needs for traditional yet in trend outfits.

If you follow recent trends you would know that this trend is slowly picking up in India all thanks to Deepika Padukone’s latest Airport Look. Yes, like the name suggests it is the combination of a dress and a trouser.
Pair these with a pair of distressed denims with sneakers for a casual look. You can also throw on a jacket to amplify you dress up game.

The monochrome style is one of the most versatile looks as it passes effortlessly between seasons. In winter, you can add more black. As it gets warmer you bring in more white. It’s simple, no matter the season you can be a monochrome woman.

The key with monochrome is not only the colours (or lack of); it is about how it is worn. Straight lines and clean edges are important as monochrome is supposed to be sleek but edgy. This means keeping your whites white and blacks black. White shirts should be crisp and bright – white footwear should be clean and not scuffed. Blacks should be dark and bold, not be faded or greying.

This saree totally defines simplicity and elegance put together. I simply love the hand painted patch work that’s been done. Worn with a golden brochette blouse and red heels this outfit would be an absolute winner.

Forgive me for my obsession with sarees but this collection has great pieces that I can’t help myself. I could ditch the gold blouse worn by the model instead pair it with a white crop shirt and a statement neckpiece top it up with red lipstick and you are set to rock.

We can you this saree to recreate Sonam Kapoor’s first look at Cannes Film Festival this year. Not much needs to be done in terms of styling when picking this saree. Light Makeup-Go with the pinks and the peaches on the face and nude lips and a bracelet for an accessory is all you need to shine.


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