Trends and their katha

Bright mind, brighter thoughts. I always wanted to have a blog, and this is the perfect opportunity for starting one. It takes time to put words into your ideas, but when one does, the result is commendable, at least to oneself.
Having started my blog, I want to let you all know that not only will I share my insights on fashion with you, but also tell you about travel and lifestyle.
A triple treat for you all.
Happy reading!
 Katha– the saga of Fashion as the name suggests, truly displays some of the best pieces of fashion. It has a wide range of clothes and designs to choose from. Based in Mumbai, the store caters to women’s clothing. Katha is a very popular brand amongst those who like to experiment with their style. The store is always up to date with the latest fashion trends. This beautiful red dress, that I bought from their Goa store, costs INR2500. The dress serves perfectly for a day out with friends or a day of shopping with your girls. It is a perfect blend of western and Indian with this lovely print adding an ethnic touch to the outfit. The fabric is absolutely amazing. Soft as a feather to touch and softer to wear.
I have gone simple with the earrings but you can also pair it up with a set of heavy earrings to go with the dress. The blue belt on the back of the Kurti is my favourite detail about the outfit. The keyhole back and the slit in front add to make this dress a stylish one. To give this Kurti a completely Indian look, it can be teamed up with a pair of blue leggings and a beautiful dupatta.Along with the dupatta, this beautiful outfit can be worn at any Indian function. It will also serve as a perfect outfit for the pre-wedding photo shoots.For people who like doing something unique, Katha never lets you down.
 
Just this one beautiful piece of clothing can serve many purposes. Style it in different ways and you will get a brand new outfit ready every day. Lastly, Let all your Trendy dresses portray a Katha in a different and traditional way.

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