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Gifts your Rakhi Sister will LOVE

July 28, 2017

Gifts your Rakhi Sister will LOVE

With Raksha Bandhan right around the corner and with your sisters prepped with rakhi and mithai, it’s time you prep with some thoughtful presents to surprise her with.

If you’re wondering about what she’d like, you can rarely go wrong with fashion (unless of course, you don’t get her taste, which is often the case). But you can almost never go wrong with fashion, when it’s thoughtful.

Shop from our gift collection to find something unique, comfortable and precious. Handwoven by artisans with traditional methods passed on through generations, these classics are must-haves in anybody’s wardrobe.

What’s more, you’ll be supporting an artisan and her/his community while choosing it.


Dupattas:


A girl can never have enough dupattas, allowing her to dress up a simple kurta or dress down a lehenga. Shop our collection of rich silks and geometric patterns to find a piece she’ll love.


Dress Material:


And is your sister’s a bit more designer or DIY, she will love getting dress material she can experiment with. The best part? You won’t have to worry about figuring out the right size to buy.


Sarees:


Nothing says “you’re special” like something you can wear on a special occasion. So gift a saree for her to wear to that event, or to that pooja. She’ll be grateful to have an all new saree to wear.


Stoles and Kurtis:


For functional pieces she can wear to transition from college or work, to an evening at the movies or a coffee shop, pick up tunics, kurtis and stoles she can mix and match.


Bags:


And for something truly thoughtful, pick up an artisanal bag that’s unique, eco-friendly and beautiful. But what’s more? Something that’s functional as well.


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Gifts your Rakhi Sister will LOVE