After much wait, Finally we meet! :)
This wedding season look super-fly in our Ikat hand embroidered Pitta work jacket. Work that flare with the quintessential twirl. Also, it has side seam pockets to make you even more comfortable. Wear it with a lehenga and crop top or dhoti pants and crop top, it works wonders with almost anything. This Piece takes around 15 to 20 days to be ready.
Aapro loves introducing Indian motifs to Western silhouettes, and this time we’re back with bomber fever! This hand screen-printed bomber jacket has single welt pockets, and is perfect for fall. (The moment when your outfit matches the world around)
This dual colored ikat waist coast is THE statement piece you need in your wardrobe. Red tassel detail on the hem adds on to the contrast game. This hand woven garment thrown over an all white outfit will make their stare worthwhile! There’s also a chest pocket detail.
Maxi jackets undoubtedly top the list of MUST-HAVES this season! This hand block printed one has an exaggerated notch collar for some extra drama and you know how we’d be able to tell that it has stolen your heart? Check the back out 😉 (There’s an applique heart detail at the back)
Do you also have bomber fever? (We hope it’s a yassss) Bomber jackets are truly the new cool. And what’s cooler than hitting the streets in this unique screen-printed bandhej one? You’ll see a lot of oriental prints, a lot of patch jackets, a lot of varsities, the list goes on; it’s all so done, right? But what we promise no one else will have is this one – Fusion of Indian and Western always steals Aapro’s heart.
There’s nothing like the eye catching combination of lime green and hot pink! This hand-dyed leheriya jacket has been inspired by Kedia, a garba dress for navratri nights. The pompom lace detail on the front neckline and armhole sissifies the garment, making it apt for all the pretty girlies out there! Furthermore, the center front placket allows you to play around with the look – keep it tied or…let it loose! (Yes, that was a rolling stones reference)