House of Torani's hand-painted lehengas are peak bridesmaid chic

author_img U.Roy Published :  29th June 2021 07:40 PM   |   Published :   |  29th June 2021 07:40 PM
House of Torani

Left: Sobhita Dhulipala in a Firoza genda guncha printed sari in silk organza; on right: The Totapuri Van Vaibhav lehenga

Looking for a seasonal twist for your bridesmaid wardrobe? You can’t possibly go wrong with hand-painted florals. Delhi’s House of Torani has a brand new line titled Jhooley, inspired by the harvest of spring. It primarily features chic hand-painted ensembles and some interesting colour-blocking.

The hand-detailed lehenga sets are made-to-order and feature a rather elaborate ghera, albeit with a contemporary twist, which makes them really pairable. The Nargis Kanan Lehenga set, for instance, is a painted lehenga with a jungle motif and sequins, which comes with a skimpy cropped choli featuring gorgeous hand-detailing. The Totapuri Van Vaibhav is a hand-painted lehenga paired with a sheer, clingy choli and a zardosi odhani with sequins.

A few key looks from the Jhooley line

The Jhooley collection also offers a line of really interesting monotone lehengas in pastels, featuring intricate ari work and dramatic scallop borders. The collection also comprises immaculate saris with oversized hand-painted florals, kurta sets and breezy kaftans.

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