Festivities and Fashion – Celebrating Teej and Rakhsa Bandhan in Style

The month of August heralds the festival season in India.  Out of all the rituals surrounding any festival, food and fashion deserve special mention. Family gatherings are incomplete without scrumptious food, beautiful décor and traditional outfits. Among all these, your sartorial choice for the day is definitely going to be the most anticipated aspect of the celebration. So don’t disappoint your admirers! Bring forth both the diva and the goddess in you and enthral everyone.

This Teej, invoke the Gorgeous Bride in You!

Indian mythology mentions how Goddess Parvati prayed ardently and fulfilled her wish to marry her true love, Lord Shiva. Teej celebrates this love and devotion in a matrimonial union. Married women relive goddess Parvati’s passion through fasting and fervent prayers. While doing so they love to be dressed like brides, decked up in all finery. Hues of red, green and yellow are preferred for all attires be it a lehenga or a saree. In some parts of India, Teej is also celebrated to welcome the monsoon. The colour green has special significance as it is symbolises saawan.

Sage Green Satin Chiffon Saree

Sizzle in a Saree

Draping yourself in six yards of sheer splendour can never go wrong on any occasion. If you’re bored of the traditional, give it a chic twist like this green Satin Chiffon Saree accessorised with mirror cut work belt and a net blouse embellished with more mirrors.  

Checkout the Saree

Alluring in an Anarkali

Dress up or dress down in wide array of Anarkali sets from Agashe.  You can choose a rich one adorned with stones, beads or sequins. Or simply pick a subtle, classy one that can be paired with a heavy hand embroidered dupatta or an ornate jacket to make you look trendy, yet traditional. Play with colors, patterns and fabrics of your anarakli to suit your sensibilities.

Lavish Lehengas

Recreate your wedding day but don a new look. Agashe has the most exquisite collection of designer lehenga sets. A versatile garment, a lehenga can be both conventional and dramatic. Team it with a one-shoulder blouse or add some ruffles on the sleeve to match your personality.

Teej marks the beginning of this fabulous month of celebrations, because Rakshabandhan is just around the corner!

The Forever Bond – Sibling Love

Fun and frolic are the vibes around this unique festival celebrating the bond between brothers and sisters. Add a dash of glamour to all the merry making with some gorgeous designs from Agashe. Keep it easy breezy with a crop top and palazzo set or go OTT with a caped gown. Go bold with a Patiala kurti or make a statement with jacket-pant set.

Create your own style

Agashe is here to curate your looks this festival season. Our finest garments are here to make heads turn wherever you go.

Reach out to us for more details to make every event a memorable on.

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