Reversible sarees designer Wendell Rodricks has come a long way in the vogue industry, forming a niche for herself and her art compilations that are an example of magnificence combined with minimalism. A designer with a deep knowledge of her craft comes across as a huge fan of sarees, which she keeps shaping, to make them more consistent, appealing, renovated yet keeping its classic beauty.
Saree is a continuous piece of material 6 metres large that can be wrapped as desired. It is timeless, classy and is so general. It works well with multiple body shapes, sizes and with the contemporary and ancient alike,” said designer Wendell Rodricks Khandala in an independent chat. Recognized for her innovative use of tones and textures, color blocking is her trademark style, Wendell Rodricks’s latest collection ‘Gemini’ a collection of reversible sarees is another attempt by the Designer Linen Sarees to reinvent the classical Indian six-yard wonder in ways so as to transport it into the wardrobes of those who fear stacking the wonderful fabric in their vestments after wearing it once or twice and to maximize the utility of an outfit.
Addressing about the thought of reversible saree and how to wear it, Wendell Rodricks said, “The reversible sarees are designed in a way that it can easily be flipped, if twisted it can be covered two ways. There are two different pallus, enlarged in length for the maximum impression. The body saree remnant the same, whilst it goes seamlessly with both end.
This kind of sarees is hand-woven in mulberry silk and cotton, in plain and forms. Also combined some more patterns that can be options to the blouse. These include tube tops, halters and our latest offerings of forever pleated blouses, tops and tanks in addition to our signature jackets and tunics.”
Talking about the materials used in creating the reversible sarees, Wendell Rodricks noticed that the sarees were hand-woven in natural fibres – silk and cotton.
Asymmetric With Belted Dresses.
The asymmetric border is one of the numerous favorable silhouettes in trend these days. This summer we saw asymmetric dresses in floor touching or high-low fashion. They seem chic and combine flair to Indian dresses and make you look slim. adding fabrication to an outfit always makes you look elegant and classy, as long as it’s a good, comparable belt. Belted dresses can be maxi, long or basement touching. For a further mature look, you can also add a jacket.
Ruffled Indian Dresses & Jacket
Ruffled Indian Dresses with Jackets are very trendy in 2018. We saw traditional, printed, patterned and embroidered jackets matched with skirts, high and floor-sweeping dresses. Try dresses with overall ruffles or just on the jackets or skirt. This is one of the most eye-catching and marvellous trends we saw in the 2018 convention weeks. This is the best Indian equipment for the sister of the bride during the matrimony, or for your own action.
Long Tunics & Collared Dresses
Tunics keep growing every year! This summer, long tunics are getting a stylish fashion declaration for Indian marriages. High tunics can be maverick length, large and flat touching. Try long tunics with open slits in the appearance, and join them with palazzos and dupatta. f you’re seeing for a better statement, go for this course. Collars look beautiful and modern. We saw several types of collared clothes on the runways. These clothes can be a mini, large and floor touching joined with jackets, churidar and dupatta. Great choice to wear for casual events and parties.