Staying true to its name, The Pot Plant – a clothing label by Resham and Sanya, is raw, organic and shows us that old school is the best school with its conventional fabrics and prints. Every garment has a freshness to it which can be felt as soon as you try it on. Their collection consists of dresses, crop tops, shirts (for both men and women) and pants among others. The color palette involves mostly earthy colors, which go very well with the structure of their clothes. What’s pretty interesting about them is that they recycle and re-use all of their fabric scrap, thus working towards creating a zero waste environment.
Scroll down to see some of the amazing collection:
I styled this lovely Charcoal and Check Long Dress with a pair of brown boots as I wanted to go for a more urban and chilled look. You could also wear a pair of tan sandals on this one. Stick to minimal jewelry (maybe a statement neck piece OR a cuff) as the outfit by itself stands out.
This Blue and Beige Striped Shirt looks great with its dual tones and subtle prints. You can style it with a pair of white/grey/beige chinos or stick to the good ol’ denims like Varun did.
I chose to leave this Pink and Beige Striped Jacket unbuttoned and paired it with a white crop and well fitted skirt. Another way I would suggest you can style this would be to button it up and wear it with a pair of boyfriend/distressed jeans. Sneakers/sandals would look super on both options!
Paired the Charcoal and Stripes Peplum Top with the Grey Double Layered Pants. Ideal to wear to that important meeting at work and bring a little style to the table! You can pair them with wedges like I did or even wear pointed flats or ballerinas.
“In the narrow lanes of chum chum gali , on a sultry ordinary afternoon she stood in the verandah on the first floor gazing longingly at the peepal tree standing tall in the neighbor’s garden. She wanted a tree of her own, a mango tree but they had just a small establishment with little spare space. With most of the ground floor used as the factory there was little room left. It was a bijou residence but happy one at that.She looked away smiling and gazed at the pot in her hand and placed it in the corner, just outside the makeshift kitchen, weaving her own destiny of radiance. The pot stood there reflective of her warmth, with the Tulsi sapling rustling fondly, all ready to evolve.” – The Pot Plant
To purchase the garments you have viewed in this post, go to www.thepotplant.in or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check them out on Facebook (www.facebook.com/thepotplant) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/thepotplantclothing)
Photography : Ria Ana Sejpal (@riaanasejpal)
Make Up & Hair : Ria Ana Sejpal & Justine Mellocastro (@jrmellocastro)
Shout out to one of my closest – Varun Sodhi (@varunsodhi07) for modeling for my blog, you are quite awesome like that 😉