Raksha Bandhan is around the corner, and it is hard to miss the festive vibe when one is no longer engulfed by just fancy rakhis and a multitude of sweets, but also by a colorful fashion landscape, one that gives sibling goals. And since we believe that nobody can nail the twinning game better than siblings, we have our top twinning looks that go beyond celebrating just the traditional brother-sister bond, to raise a toast to every sibling relationship; be it one between sisters, between brothers and between brothers and sisters.
Pink City and Sana Barreja
With two prêt wear brands excelling in traditional Indian craftsmanship and palette innovation, both Pink City and Sana Barreja extend a royal touch to the traditional, red ensembles which make for ideal twinning looks for a sister-sister duo. While the gharara pants and the embroidery, combined with the dupatta border complementing the neck detailing, nail the classic appeal of the attire, Pink City rocks its ensemble with gold patterns and a printed dupatta, making it the stuff of every girl’s imagination.
Ridhi Mehra and Kunal Anil Tanna
With a motley range of patterns, designs and hues for men’s traditional Indian wear, Kunal Anil Tanna’s garments possess innate intricacy and style, while upholding minimalism. On the other hand, Ridhi Mehra’s luxury and couture collection is a fine blend of traditional Indian elegance and contemporary designs and patterns. The ensembles complement each other in a way that is alluring and adds character to the look. For any brother-sister duo looking to make a statement, these twinning outfits certainly do the trick.
Sukriti & Aakriti and Vedika M
If Sukriti & Aakriti personifies sophisticated cuts and traditional embroidery in the luxury and couture category, Vedika M is an ode to prêt wear with its quirky designs and peppy hues. However, the one thing that remains common between the two brands is the reflection of elegance and authenticity in each of their ensembles. Both the brands layout a wide canvas with their subtle yet immersive patterns and well-defined silhouettes. While both the outfits hold different styles, they complement each other with their finesse and color schemes.
Vvani Vats and Sukriti & Aakriti
Vvani Vats’s creations are a representation of creativity fused with contemporary designs and a classic appeal. With her namesake collection reflecting the true essence of ethnicity in the luxury and couture category, her garments bear semblance to perfection and flawlessness through their designs, patterns and details. Both the ensembles underscore Indian craftsmanship with their finesse and attractive color choices. The mirror work on the dupatta adds intensity to the vertical patterns in Vvani Vats’s ensemble. Sukriti & Aakriti’s masterpiece highlights the winning combination of subdued elegance and minimalism with a lavender kurta-pajama set. Needless to say, these two outfits find their twinning glory in a brother-sister duo in style.
Prints by Radhika and Gulabo Jaipur
The hand-painted artwork on Radhika Rawat’s prêt wear illustrates a story that extends to one’s imagination. Whether it is the original prints or subdued appeal of the outfits, Prints By Radhika manages to highlight the grace of a woman with every detail on the outfit. On the other hand, Gulabo Jaipur brings forth the essence of Rajasthani culture in the shapes, sizes and hues of its collection, in a way that suits its prêt aesthetics. The floral prints on the Prints By Radhika ensemble pack a punch with the white backdrop of the long, flowy dress. The light pleats along the length of the outfit stimulate the effect of its fabric and add to the overall appeal. Gulabo Jaipur’s white Anarkali set with a gold border on a net dupatta brings style and simplicity in the frame, all at the same time.