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Wednesday, May 7

Tree Of Life and a Give Away!


Excuse me while I lust after these clothes. You are free to join me, and join me you would, for the clothes by Tree Of Life are just so beautiful. The motifs, the colors, the prints, the fabric, the styling and design - I bet that you can't choose just one! 


Tree Of Life is a label, that brings to you a fusion of India's rich textile heritage, local skills and contemporary sensibilities. The distinctivness lies in the adaptation of traditional aesthetics into everyday lives of modern women. The ease and comfort of the natural fabric used for the apparel, complements the fine detailing inspired by traditional costumes.

Nargis, the lovely designer behind Tree Of Life, is a fashion graduate from NIFT. Her formative years spent in Gujarat echo and resonate in her designs. She works mainly traditional techniques and fabrics like with block prints, ajrak, tie & dye, khaadi, mangalgiri etc. Her designs and silhouettes are simple and classic and appeal to women across age groups.


The label is available at at Neemrana Shop (Delhi), Kilol stores, Artisans Cottage (Ahmedabad), Indian August (Noida), Cinnamon (Bangalore), Anonym (Hyderabad) and estores like Jaypore and Indian Roots



~ Give Away ~

And what do we do when we find gorgeous stuff? We share! An Indian Summer & Tree of Life By Nigarish would like to do exactly that and would like to giveaway this gorgeous skirt to one lucky reader, anywhere in the world! This bohemian skirt is perfect for summer soirees and lazy lunches. Read on to find out the easy peasy way to enter the giveaway..



Here's what you need to do to enter:

1. Tell us where would you like to wear this skirt to, in a comment here, on An Indian Summer's facebook page. Make sure you are logged into facebook to do so.
2. Leave a comment on this post too, to double your chances
3. That's it! Winner will be announced here next Wednesday, on May 14th .

Thank you Nargis! And, All the best girls! 

[All images: Tree of Life By Nargis. Creative Storyboarding: An Indian Summer]

62 comments:

Pragya sharma said...

Hey! I would wear this pretty bohemian skirt on a coffee date with friends or even wear it on college days when it is too hot for jeans and pants.:)

Catherine V. Bainbridge said...

I have left a comment on facebook page. Love these designs. Love tree of life!

Megha said...

This looks like a perfect assemble for coming up wedding occasions ! I definitely want this for my sister's mehendi or haldi function!!

sonakshi dhamija said...

This bright coloured skirt can be worn to college to beat the heat this summer, or to a small family gathering to look pretty effortlessly as well as to up the style quotient..!

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Passion for Fashion said...

To a Wine and Music Fest.Indian Bohemian mood I say.The skirt isCarefree as a butterfly Vibrant as Love and a Banjaran like Me :)

Pooja W said...

I would wear this to lazy evenings on the beach in Goa!

Anonymous said...

Really pretty. Perfect for weekend outings, or even at family events with a cute top - dress it up or down.
Megh_h@yahoo.com

Amrita Lamba said...

I would wear this skirt for no reason in any season just for myself. It's an awesome feel good wear.

Mary Fitzgerald said...

Ooooo! I would wear it to an outdoor wedding that I will attend this summer. I would dance the night away in it! And I could wear it to host an international dinner party, and to an evening with friends, and on and on and on...

d4design said...

Oh sweet saccharine of mine.
You whisper to the summer moon
And brighter than the sun you shine.
My hands yearn to touch
Scattered kohl and dreamy cotton of thine.

Oh how we'd travel!
With the stars underneath
As wisps of clouds unravel.
Substituting the little black dress
With freedom to dance wherever I may dwell.

Rachel Jones said...

I've left a comment on both as "rachel ann" , I would love to rock this during monsoon! It would brighten up everyone's day- especially mine!

Naina Kumar said...

Love the skirt collection, I so badly want one Naina

The Garcias said...

It is perfect for wearing just about any where, for me. Verynice!

Krasivvyy said...

"An indian summer" is really great and I love this giveaway...just praying to be the lucky one to win it...

Carol said...

I left a comment on FB about this beautiful skirt that I need to brighten my days.

Anu Menon said...

A not so trditional wedding or a baby shower since its raining babies out here :)

Nikita Malik said...

I will wear it on a travel cum photography expedition to some old school art street in Barcelona , or Florence. Wandering and capturing, on streets filled with bouganvilla, where in the skirt will just add a major of character to my indian boho gypsy chic look.

leena patel said...

I would love to wear this skirt -lunch with friends,dinner or lunch at friends house, when I go to theatre to see plays and when I go shopping.I love skirts.

Unknown said...

The skirt teamed with a blouse n dupatta is fit for a dance party or any house party. I would wear it during a round of garba with a multi hued dupatta.

harleen singh said...

I would love to own this skirt because all my life I have been overweight and couldnt carry off a beauty like this...but now that Ive lost weight, I can wear what I want and not get stared at....so this skirt has to has to be mine! I want to live out my dream

Shikha said...

Wow these clothes are gorgeous. I am surely buying a few pieces for my pre-wedding functions ! yay ! Also, I would love to wear the gorgeous skirt on my trip to Hampi, bright and flowy, perfect for the weather and to stand out amongst the ruins !

Bushra M said...

I'll wear this skirt paired with a blingy top to my sister's Mehendi function. It's so 'oomph-de-la' that it'll suit the occasion best and I am sure I'll rock the Mehendi dance floor with this gorgeous piece!

Lovely blog BTW! :)

Anwesha Ray said...

I would like to wear it to the Navratri Dandiya. The simple, understated but ethnic skirt would pair great with a sequined green choli and dupatta, for a chic, festive look.

raffaella bellossi said...

this summer definitely!!! :-) :-) :-)

Sindhu Shankar said...

I am moving abroad to study. So this skirt would be perfect to don on my first day of college. I would accessorize it with old silver jewellery and a pair of kolhapuris. An apt way to stand myself out for unique Indianness.

Sindhu Shankar said...

I am moving abroad to study. So this skirt would be perfect to don on my first day of college. I would accessorize it with old silver jewellery and a pair of kolhapuris. I want to be recognised as the "girl in a pink skirt" by the people of my university! An apt way to stand myself out for unique Indianness. :)

Priya Vasishta said...

I would love to wear this skirt on my cousin's sangeet function.Just trying to be little different rather than draping a saree.

Anonymous said...

I would wear this skirt anywhere........lunch, dinner, running errands, it's too beautiful not to be seen!

kratisharma said...

I would love to have this skirt and wear it to a play screening or my kathak recital! Its such a lovely skirt..Your products look great!

Sangeetha said...

OMG - I would wear it to every summer party

Jahnabee said...

This beautiful skirt can be worn on a winter and summer day. I will make it work at work or on a weekend. It is so luscious and has such a versatile appeal, that I am afraid I will wear it so often that the threads would start coming off. Doesn't really matter, because I will fix those and wear it again :) ... Jahnabee

Jahnabee said...

This beautiful skirt can be worn on a winter and summer day. I will make it work at work or on a weekend. It is so luscious and has such a versatile appeal, that I am afraid I will wear it so often that the threads would start coming off. Doesn't really matter, because I will fix those and wear it again :) ... Jahnabee

Aastha Mehta said...

Ohhh I love it. I would wear it on a lazy day while having a picnic in central park!

Indu Rekha Naganathan said...

Waiting to see myself snapped in this skirt at the Ann Arbor art fair.

Indu Rekha Naganathan said...

Waiting to see myself snapped in this skirt at the Ann Arbor art fair.

kkp said...

i'd totally wear this to work, because i can. :)

kumar said...

percfect perfect for my wife on our wedding anniversary but do the footwears count too....they just matchup so perfect

PSethi said...

In Istanbul, your swirls join me in the dance of Dervishes. We danced till the skies opened & our feet no longer touched the ground.

Cherida and Sachetan said...

To the summer carnival, to meetings, shopping, parties - just about everywhere - it's gorgeous!!!

dillikidiva said...

I love long skirts and I collect them from everywhere and wear them every chance I get - from pandal hopping at Durga Puja time to over a swimsuit. I just noticed I don't have a Gujarati one. So, I'd wear this one Gujarati style. With a backless choli I have which is in the same colour. After all, if the outfit is ready, the place will present itself ;-)

devika shetty said...

I will wear this skirt during my daily darbar, while sitting in the royal garden, under a large mango tree, sipping on margaritas, while the mad hatter describes how magnificent my head is!

Divya Asha said...

I would you like to wear this skirt to the temple. As this skirt looks very traditional, it would be very apt to wear it, while I'm going to the temple, as it will make me look very traditional & gorgeous.

mridu said...

I will wear to my anniversary brunch next weekend :) its gorgeous. Just took my heart away.

Shivangi said...

Definitely would like to wear it on an evening date or a day out with friends :)
This is a traditional skirt and can be teamed up with a nice white cotton top to make it look contemporary.

Megha said...

I would love to wear it to my bharatnatyam dance classes. It will add perfect colour to my look along with anklets. Will also be my priced posession for trips to sunny , bright places around the world! Love the look:)

neelima raparla said...

Hi, I would love to wear it when i am playing with my 10-year-old daughter. This skirt is so cheerful :-)

Esther John said...

I would love to wear this skirt for a get together with my school classmates...it is so cheerful and refreshing...

Lula Souto said...

To the moon and beyond bewitching stars on my way.
Thanks!
Peace!

lakshmi said...

i will be happy if my beautiful daughter get a chance to wear this skirt while enjoing summer break.

Clara Gomez said...

Would love to wear this skirt at an upcoming folk music festival where I will be performing. <3

Natasha said...

I would wear this skirt out for a night out. I love it.

Natasha said...

I love this skirt. I would wear it for a night out anywhere.

Natasha said...

I love this and would wear it on a night out anywhere.

Natasha said...

would wear it anywhere.

BlogY said...

My grandmother use to make beautiful long layered skirts in brightest of colours in Rajasthan for me when I was little. I think, I will wear this skirt to surprise my grandmother and relive a bit of a tradition and memories with her.

Divya Dugar said...

My grandmother use to make beautiful long layered skirts in brightest of colours in Rajasthan for me when I was little. I think, I will wear this skirt to surprise my grandmother and relive a bit of a tradition and memories with her.

boringzlifez said...

All I can think of when I see this beautiful skirt, is an outdoor food festival at night with bright lights, music, good food & friends and lots of laughter.

Miss Frangipani said...

I, who once lived in long floaty skirts and now fallen into the rut of easy-peasy pants and jeans will rescue my legs from the confines they've been in and wear this skirt everywhere. I'd wear it to the school run and to the beach (but not to the fish market). I'd wear it to parties with a little something on top. The colours are gorgeous and I think I'd feel equally luscious too.

Rachel Gray said...

I would wear this skirt in defiance of Chicago winters, as a rush of color drenched protest in a city perpetually steeped in shades of gray. xo

Preethi said...

Streets of UK to brighten up the boring black and browns around. :)

Monnaie Ernakulam said...

Awesome interior designing and Interior furnishing!

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