KALKIFASHION has once again announced its exclusionary showcase of the exclusive wedding collection at the ‘Occasions with Almari’ event that will taking place on 18th and 19th December at the Almari, multi-designer store in Hyderabad.
From the contemporary red to offbeat blues, KALKIFASHION will get you the ultimate wedding look book for the modern bride that you’ll absolutely love!
The coveted designs will make an impact to everyone who sees them. Ranging from pretty cape styles to alluring light-weight anarkali suits, from the off-the-rack palazzo pant styles to the much-in-trend ruffled sarees; KALKI has got it covered all under one roof.
All parts sexy and contemporary, the showcasing of the wedding collection at the multi-designer store is something that you can rewear, re-style and re-invent. Bright, tropical colors and soft pastels, the curated outfits will have you covered from a sunset wedding to a sit-downer dinner party after wedding. Apt for a sundowner parties which can be a Mehendi, the displayed collection will have your romantic cocktail get-up sorted too.
Catering to the necessary needs, the brand will host a wide range of magnificent designs amongst a myriad of new styles at the event for the customers to choose from. The collection is also available at all KALKI exclusive stores and on www.kalkifashion.com
Date: 18th and 19th December 2019
Address: #8-2-686/B/1, First Floor, Above Oma Home Decore Store,Road No.12,Banjarahills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
Born in Mumbai, India in 2007, KALKI evokes the very spirit of the city it was founded in. An upstart, innovative, and dynamic brand – KALKI – offers the best of contemporary, ethnic Indian fashion and fusion-wear styles. Staying true to the brand’s unique promise of premium and wearable fashion, KALKI unveils fresh collections and all-new designs throughout the fashion calendar. KALKI’s design and aesthetic sensibility seeks inspiration from all walks of life – be it haute couture trends and forecasts from fashion destinations across the globe to the homebound handloom traditions of India.