Ambiya Online : Flaunt Fashion With Designer Kurtis
Kurtis is a part of Indian culture that reflects the style of an Indian woman. The plethora of women’s apparel in the Indian market is attracting young girls, given the evolving style and fashion sense with each passing year.
IKAT - "Poetry of the Loom"
Mujhko bhi tarkeeb sikha koi yaar juu’lahy (juu’lahy = cloth weaver) Aksar tujhko dekha hai ek tana bunn’te Jab koi dhaga toot gaya ya khatam hua Phir se baandh ke aur sira koi jodh ke us mein Aage bunnne lagte ho Tere is ta’ne mein lekin Ik bhi gaanth girah buntar ki dekh nahi sakta hai koi Maine to ek baar bunna tha ek hi rishta Lekin uski saari girhain saaf nazar aati hain mere yaar juu’lahy” Mujhko bhi tarkeeb sikha koi yaar julahey -Gulzar
Reasons to switch to sustainability
The fashion industry is known as one of the most polluting industries in the world. Making a conscious decision to shop with sustainable and ethical brands will make a difference to the planet and the people within it.
Summer with Ambiya
Summer decor ideas are all about bringing joy and happiness into the home as well as celebrating the colours and views of the season. Whether it’s spent at home, in the verandah or travelling to exotic locations, summer is a joyful time which brings happy memories for all, so why not reflect some of this happiness onto your interiors?
Bespoke Experiences whilst making Sustainable Choices
Indian Millennial women are the key drivers of consumers markets. They are fiercely independent & financially stable, which in fun, assists them to make informed choices. An average millennial woman’s economic independence is what drives her financial decisions & shapes her spending habits. With financial independence comes the responsibility of being mindful consumers
Comfort Fashion, The Ethical Way
For the longest time, top fashion brands across the world believed that fashion’s primary goal was to make you look good. It was about creating an impression with little regard for comfort. However, in recent times, that notion has changed. Further popularised by the work-from-home-culture, comfort has become an essential part of fashion now. Consumers opt for garments which are vibrant, offer great styles and are also comfortable.