Ringing In Rakhi With Cosset Clothing
If you plan on moving around and making the most of your time with your brother, we’d suggest the Kaftaan Shirt with Gauze Pants in Vanilla. This versatile piece can be styled in many ways and without the pants, doubles as a breezy dress. Also available in Stone Grey and Rose Pink, these are your perfect Diwali companions with just a quick addition of some fancy jewellery and your go-to handbag, preferably in a contrasting shade.
Colour-blocking is such a fun trend and rakhi is the perfect occasion to try out our Color Block Co-ord Set in Blue. The breezy silhouette and vibrant colours give you an instant dopamine rush, adding to the festive cheer. This is perhaps our easiest piece to style. The only choice that you then have to make is between a pair of comfy white flats or strappy white heels. Either way, we’re sure you’ll rock it!
Ladies, we’d rather you stop reading here. The next segment is for your brothers. Don’t worry, we’ll ensure they pick out something gorgeous for you!
Okay brothers, buckle up. If you’re still searching for a gift for your sisters, fret not. Cosset Clothing will ensure that you do not miss out on this chance of #COSSETingBonds.
If your sister has a bubbly and jubilant personality, she’s bound to love our Fallon Poplin Dress in Blueberry. Available in this edgy shade, the dress features a statement wrap-around choker neck that goes well with the flared silhouette of this summer dress. The bell sleeves, one-shoulder drop and high-low hemline on this unique piece make it a perfect rakhi gift for your sister.
On the other hand, if your sister has a more understated vibe and believes in showing her love through actions instead of words, we strongly suggest gifting her Cosset’s Daphne Cotton Dress in Vanilla. This dress has an irregular hemline in a classic colour. Just like your sister, this is a sturdy and dependable element that offers silent support for all endeavours. This dress is a perfect gift to express your appreciation for all that your sister does for you.
The ritual of tying a rakhi, a decorative thread, symbolises the sister's love and prayers for her brother's well-being, while the brother's promise to protect and support his sister is deeply meaningful. Dressing up adds to the festive ambiance, making the day feel more special and joyous. It's a way to demonstrate the importance of this bond within the family unit and an opportunity to start #COSSETingBonds that will last a lifetime.