The Lounge Edit

KINDE KAINTH

Posted on October 26 2020

The Lounge Edit

 

Since Covid, we now resort to lounge wear more often something cosy and fashionable for those social media selfies, zoom or google hangouts, intimate gatherings, Tik Toks. And just because we are spending more time in doors it doesn’t mean fashion must be sacrificed.

These days, lounge wear allows for an elevated, pulled together look, while also ensuring maximum comfort. In our styling you’ll see warm and cosy looks. Think knits, leather and wool easy to wear pieces that look and feel chic that can be worn indoors and out. As we walk into fall you’ll see rustic colors, and lifestyle items such as the paintings, candlesticks and couch.

We are all for the woman that tell us that she would wear our pieces grocery shopping 🛒 (we have heard this a few times ) and feel fabulous. These days lounge wear allows for an elevated, pulled together look, while also ensuring maximum comfort.

So, we bring to you the Lounge edit, showcasing Mani Jassal clothing in your everyday life. Because we work smarter and perform better when we feel put together. Check out our tips on how you can pair Mani Jassal clothing with your fall wardrobe. 
 
Styling Tip: Wear the Ostra Skirt and style it with a cozy knit crop top. Pair it with statement jewelry for a more elevated look. We personally love this for an intimate dinner / holiday party. The holidays will be different this year for sure but you can still feel fab! Pull the skirt out again next season and pair it with a lengha choli and Dupatta for an eclectic Indian Wear look.
Styling Tip: Layer the OG Mirror Bustier over top a button down top / dress for a more elevated look. Wear the bustier later with your lengha or sari. Love this look for an intimate lunch or dinner.
Styling tip: You can pull out your sari and wear it with your western clothing. Drape the Cascade Sari in Coral with some trousers and a cozy fussy crop top, finish it off with a belt to taper the look.
Styling tip: The Kira Set is a great set to wear underneath our dusters and jackets but now pair a blazer with it for a more elevated layered look. Great for going to work or working from home and complete it with a silk scarf.
Styling tip: The Nile skirts have proven to be a versatile piece as a lengha skirt, pair it with your favorite turtle neck or satin button down for a more western look. The light airy-ness of the skirts make it a no fuss skirt. 
A special thanks to;
Photo: @brownricephotography
Model: @tasleemar 
Model: @v2ri_ 
Painting: @rue_greywal
MU: @prernaco
Art Direction / Styling @devinaamalsadia

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