Wear the summer hues crafted at Aryan’s Designer Studio

Attributes: Clothing, Chudiddar/Anarkalis, Lehnga Choli, Indo-Western, Kurta/Sherwani, Blouses

A feminine touch to the dresses is what we all ladies look for. Sophisticated yet what is in the vogue works well for us. It is a constant battle within our minds to choose from the varied choices when we go to shop for occasions. Whether this will work for the wedding function or not? Is it too heavy for pre-wedding rituals? To set our mind at ease, we have one destination to shop at and that is “Aryan’s Designer Studio.

Introducing the summer collection, Roots by Sujata Agrawal is at our rescue. Embroidery goes way back in the time. It has been ever evolving trend and absolutely everything looks good with those carefully crafted designs. Taking us back in time, yet giving the contemporary look, Roots will open the doors to every possible fashion known to the industry. 

Summer wedding season has commenced and we know where to shop from for all our functions. Intricate designs woven on cold shoulder outfits is our personal favorite. The best part is that all the designs for this season collection can be found on light materials to save you from the heat. They weave stories, not the random designs. Adorn a dress of theirs and you are sure to feel as a part of another world where everything is as radiant as silk and smooth as velvet.

So hurry before the pieces are grabbed and you are left with no other option. 

Address 1: 6, Ground Floor, Shree Balaji Heights, near IDBI Bank, opp., Municipal Government Quarters, Tanishq Lane, off C.G. Road, Ahmedabad.

Address 2: 28, Rangin park, opp Rajpath Club, between Kiran motors and BJP Office, S.G. Highway, Ahmedabad.

Contact: 9724316052 | 9825058088

Tags: summercollection, silk, coldshoulder, indianwear

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