While coming across an outfit that looks very good, our first instinct is to buy it at one go. But how many times does it dawn upon us in fitting rooms or worse, during an outing that as much as the outfit looks cute, we feel restricted in it? In literal terms, looking amazing from the outside, but not able to fully move around comfortably is the one issue that has been bothering us even before the Victorian era!
We found this gap in the market extremely disconcerting and thought about working to solve it as much as possible through our range of casual clothes. One such hurdle came in the making of our Petunia Skirt. While the inspiration behind the skirt came from the small and cute flower itself, we realized only after making it that it looks nice, feels comfortable but could fly off easily if caught outside on a windy day because of its length and the lightweight fabric. Not wanting to compromise on how it looked from the outside, we decided to add a layer of shorts inside it to solve the problem. And it did! When we sent it to Rachel (who was also the first person to wear it), we wanted to see if this idea works, and were more than happy to know that not only it worked, she mentioned it in her blog post as well.
While we absolutely loved how amazingly both the looks are styled and the concept and art direction by Rachel, we were also overjoyed to see that the skirt did it’s work so effortlessly.