“Pari-Sangam”, Ciceroni’s first ever online pop-up, is a carefully selected mélange of 11+ labels in clothing, accessories and décor categories from across India. Since its inception in 2016, Ciceroni has gained a formidable reputation as the most sought-after local shopping guide in Gujarat. Be it identifying emerging fashion and lifestyle labels or scouting trusted stores in the city, our content-led discovery site has been the go-to resource for fashion and lifestyle enthusiasts. With an engaged digital community of 1.2 lakh followers across social media platforms, Ciceroni aims to ease the journey of a consumer from discovery to purchase by giving them a direct shopping option. The first in this series of online pop-ups – ‘Pari-sangam’, is a portmanteau of Pari, derived from the Hindi words for clothing – Paridhan and confluence -Sangam. It is an attempt to bring together and make available for Ciceroni’s patrons, an eclectic range of labels in fashion and lifestyle.
As the party season approaches and you prep to welcome your best buddies and family members home, it’s only fair to revamp your wardrobe & home with the season’s best offerings! Ciceroni’s exclusive October shopping edit has something for everyone. Starting from festive essentials like handloom sarees and embroidered shirts for me to street-style favourite colour-blocked jackets and elegant denim bustiers, from stylish vegan totes to handcrafted pouches and ceramic serveware, Ciceroni has covered you for a festive season that isn’t guided by the norms.
Take notes as we spell out the best from the list!
This Navratri, go for the breath-taking Indian sarees! If Raza’s painting could become a saree, it would be this kanjeevaram silk saree by Kalpana Traditional Sarees. In classic shades of black, gold, yellow and red, this saree will paint a pretty contemporary picture.
Cherished as an heirloom, this saree will woo your sartorial festive needs in a jiffy when paired with the iconic temple jewellery.
Be it to keep yourself warm, to quickly accessorize your outfit or to gift your best friend, stoles are a quick fix! Aren’t they? Handwoven in Ryndia silk by the weavers of Meghalaya, this stole from Daniel Syiem’s Ethnic Fashion House is intricately detailed with dainty floral motifs and is dipped in the natural dyes of turmeric, indigo and lilac.
This subtle accessory will be a stylish addition to your “Made in India” wardrobe.
Breezy and dainty, nothing spells comfort like the long maxi dresses. Predominantly known for being a beach staple, break the sartorial rule by donning this sea green floral printed cotton silk maxi dress by Label Nimbus to a casual brunch or an evening cocktail party. Throw it over some sassy boots, everyday sneakers or matching stilettoes to sync with the occasion.
You could also layer it up with a leather jacket or a sheer organza shrug! Maybe just add some traditional choker for the festive vibes.
Denim jackets are a quintessential addition to a fashionista’s wardrobe.
Be it your airport look, a brunch look or even a date night look, denims never go out of trend! Made for the trend- setter and the one with distinctive style, this neon green denim trucker jacket by The Pigment Edit will never fail to up your style game no matter what you style it with. Don’t be shy to team it with your organza lehenga for this festive season.
Having dominated this year’s Resort 2020 styles, safari suits are catching every fashionistas attention! Be it to solve your workwear woes or to crash your bestie’s cocktail party, this elite pink safari suit by Safary Bombay will never make you frown. With a funky pop of pink and brown stripes, this safari suit brings together feminine colours and masculine silhouette.
It’s time to ditch your skirts and trousers and embrace co-ords! What more, if you dare, wear it to Diwali party too.
Utilitarian and understated handloom fashion is taking over men’s fashion in India.
Give your solid casual shirts a rest and go unconventional, modern and Indian all at the same time with this jat bharat embroidery detailed organic cotton shirt by Morii. Available in a serene combination of beige and blue, this shirt will make you want to revamp your everyday wardrobe!
Why should girls have all the fun ?
Evoking vibes from the fashion statements during the colonial India, Safari suits have made way into the millennial men’s wardrobe with ease. Drenched in wine and detailed with blue and green stripes, this Boysenberry Riveria safari suit by Safary Bombay is perfect for the millennial men who love to experiment with styles that are classic yet modern at the same time.
Opt for these contemporary safari suits this Diwali, we say !
Twinning made easy!
Be it to team up with your favourite casuals or to jazz up your festive look, these Kolhapuris by Kilchu are experimental, functional and stylish. With a twist of modern aesthetics, they are handcrafted with leather and neolite sole at the bottom for all day comfort and ease.
What are you waiting for? Grab these to get ace coupe goals!
Do you carry your home in your bag?
You need not fret if you have an accessory that can carry all your must haves and yet not make it look clumsy. Functional and fashionable, this mini crossbody bag by Studio Beej is handmade with vegan cork leather. So if you are scouting for something vegan and trendy, this should be your ideal pick, for, it can elevate your style game effortlessly.
An apt pick-me-up for the soirees ahead.
A fan of handmade statement jewellery?
Be it attending a lunch date or a zoom-meeting, a fuss- free necklace can elevate any look no matter what the outfit. Add this green asymmetrical threaded necklace in jute by Radicals by Radhika Sanghvi to your collection to keep your look classy and edgy all day long.
Oh, and it’s earns your brownie points for staying away from traditional neckpieces.
Naah, we didn’t forget your cherubs.
Dress your smarty pants girl in this quirky hoopla suspender skirt by Miko Lolo in pure organic cotton. Team it with a warm high-neck top and white sandals for a day full of fun little twirls. Handmade with red and white woven gingham fabric, the skirt is pleated for a comfortable fit and the matching suspenders are detailed with dainty hand embroidery in contrasting colours of white and yellow. Organic fashion essentials for your little ones.
Festivities mean changing the décor a wee bit. Change of home furnishing is the best way to add in some verve.
Be it to add some colour to your sofa or your swing, cushions have the ability to change the look of space. Bring the magic of Indian crafts with Morii’s cotton cushion cover. Handcrafted and intricately embroidered, these cushion covers are a work of art.
How about hosting a festive tea party ?
Unconventional and classic in designs, ceramics are taking over the Indian households with a bang! Bring home this turquoise teapot set by Veena Chandran Ceramic Studio to begin conversations over chai. Handmade with highly-fired stoneware clay and created with an overlap of black glaze, this ceramic teapot with 4 beautiful tea cups will be the star attraction at your next afternoon tea party!
Its never too late to host one, no ?
Now that you have the list ready, head to Ciceroni Shop to shop your favourites before they run out of stock !!