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Highlighting a couple pretty finds for today’s post on South Asian Fashion.

We’ve got to start with this gorgeous Rococo outfit from Ogaan. We’re super into feathers at the moment, so of course this caught our eyes… but it’s also a unique silhouette with lots of gorgeous detailing. And it also comes in black.

Next is this chic lengha set from Bisou NYC. It’s a great price point and all three pieces can be worn as a separates later on. Win-win.

Ah, the signature Sabyasachi Bengal Tiger belt, found at Carma. Of course this instantly recognizable piece would be great with your dark-toned Sabysachi pieces, but it would also add a luxe element to a simple black sari. We’d even love to wear it with one of our blazers, cinching the waist in style.

Last but not least is this beautiful Anita Dongre sari. Love the earthy, neutral, subdued tones here. And it’s on sale at under $300.

New Designer, An Etsy Find, & More

Starting off our South Asian Fashion Fridays with a label we just learned of and are liking so far–Nazm-E-Itrh. We saw their crushed silver lengha on Kareena Kapoor Khan earlier this week and the look definitely caught our eyes. A quick look at their collection shows some really beautiful pieces–there’s that sense of opulence and grandeur we love, but it’s done in a simple, subtle, sophisticated way. We don’t know where it’s available to shop yet, but check out their Instagram and message if you’re interested.

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Next on our radar is this gorgeous Kaftan by Shop Kynah. We love a good kaftan (which would also work as a gorgeous maternity dress) and this color and style is so pretty. We’ve ordered from Shop Kynah before, sent them questions and all, and their customer service, shipping, and product were all great.

Chikankari on Etsy–yup! I took a bit of a risk with this one as I’ve never ordered Indian clothes from Etsy before, but it ended up being a great purchase all around. The reviews, images, and fast customer service all convinced me to go ahead with ordering. I went with a white floor-length anarkali and paired it with my own dupatta. If you want anything casual in chikankari, definitely check this shop out. The peach sari (right) that’s currently listed actually looks like it would be so pretty for a party, too…

And finally we come to these amazing new images from Masaba’s upcoming collection–LOVE the vintage vibe and those prints. We’re not sure when it’ll be available to shop, but you can find a similar look by Masaba here.