Golden motifs on the fabric just help bring out the texture of the fabric to the forefront.
Heavier dupatta for drape with lighter beige fabric coupled with silver-golden motifs to bring the right balance in contrast.
Beige net fabric has been used with heavy antique gold work as border to bring out that elegance factor
Antique gold borders complements the whole look. Eight gores have been stitched to give the skirt a fuller look and a heavier fall
Made of rich raw silk fabric with a brocade border and hem. Elbow length sleeve to give the arm an overall skinny look.
Again a beige net with maroon brocade border to match the overall wedding collection theme
Simple skirt using raw silk and brocade pattern. Again an eight gore skirt
Brocade blouse has been used to complement the border of the saree and to give the overall outfit a gorgeous finish
Made of crepe fabric that drapes well on the body for a beautiful fall.
Golden embroidery has been done on the neckline to make the outfit look richer and heavier.
A beige lace has been used on the back to bring an element of surprise and add a striking feature to the outfit.
Lace with pink and orange base and golden zari work has been used to add color and vibrancy to the outfit.
An Anarkali cut which falls onto her toe to the ground giving the outfit a very a dressy look
Candy red embroidered georgette lace along with the same laces as the one on sleeve has been used to maintain consistency throughout the garment
Croatia lace has been used throughout to complement the lacey beige outer fabric
Simple straight cut kurta with an antique gold hem and collar
A beige net with antique gold border has been used as a dupatta to maintain the consistency of the whole sangeet collection
The palazzo is made up of basic crepe. The hem of the palazzo has the embroidered georgette fabric of the kurta to complement the kurta
VastrArt was found with the aim to offer the best look and outfit for the modern day bride on her special occasion. Creativity and customization is what defines VastrArt. We strive to create each outfit as a masterpiece specially designed for the bride’s body to make her look like a million dollar bride.
My friends would constantly ask me for suggestions regarding what shoes to wear with a yellow dress or what bag to carry with a pink skirt…And I loved giving them my inputs!! Fashion has always been the greatest love of my life. It inspires me. It motivates me. It excites me.
Sushree Upasana is a NIFT graduate with an eye for creativity, passion for design and a love for subtle sophistication. Growing up in a creative family, fabric, motifs and designs have always caught her attention. She started getting passionate about creating good looking garments and teaming them up with the right accessories to enhance the beauty of the adorner. Because of her passion for fashion she started putting in the effort to understand style better. Also like a lot of Indian girls, she does not have the perfect figure that would make any outfit look great on her. Over time, she has developed a good understanding of cuts, color, fabric and designs. She loves putting together the right fit which will fall elegantly on a specific body type.
VastrArt is a thought process which was born when passion for fashion met the concern to make the bride's life less difficult. Heavily inspired by ethnic Indian fabric Ms. Upasana intends to create the right mixture of rich traditional sophistication and slick modern cuts in her garments. This fusion of ethnic design and modern cuts would ensure the bride looks traditionally modern and elegantly sophisticated. Through the VastrArt venture, she aspires to implement her vision into practice that are adorned by her customers. She is the brainchild behind the venture and aspires to be the unanimous one-stop shop for all the modern Indian brides.
604 Dheeraj Valley,
Goregaon East, Mumbai