8 Designer Labels Championing The Rise Of Anti-Fit Clothing In India

Anti-Fit Clothing

RIP skinny jeans. You will absolutely NOT be missed. Anti-fit clothing is here to stay. Spare me the lip twitching and eye rolls. When were you ever at peace while wearing skinny jeans? The culprit: peer pressure and supposed ‘coolness.’ As your age-group bid adieu to ventilation in the previous decade, the generation junior to you embraced the pleasures of unrestrained mobility all thanks to ditching he who shall not be named. So, here we are, thriving. And breathing.

If you too, want to live, laugh and love but also be at the top of your fashion game, just ditch ’em skinnies and go down the anti-fit, comfycore route. Non-constrictive silhouettes are synonymous with improved efficiency and aid you in everyday chores while simultaneously minimising any sort of discomfort. And the fact that they look fantastic from a purely aesthetic standpoint doesn’t hurt either.

Keep an eye on the following brands:

Urvashi Kaur

 

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Urvashi Kaur’s a seasoned player in this arena. From neutral tones and gender fluid options to anti-fit offerings, her label is a picture-perfect amalgamation of minimalism served on a varied sartorial platter. Known for her tailoring, this one’s the ideal option if fuss-free is your middle name.

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Ek Katha

This piece from Ek Katha’s REimagined collection is a suitable summer counterpart given its breathable making and accommodating cut. Powder-blue’s always a win and the exaggerated sleeves add ample depth to this look.

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Basque

 

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The Ensō Kimono by Basque is a contemporary take on the Japanese kimino- the archetypal flag-bearer of zero waste and anti-fit clothing in Asia. Lounging was never this fancy yet comforting!

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Ka – Sha

 

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Featured here, is the Adam Jacket draped over the Dimple Cord Set. Brownie points for the texturing and colour-scheme. On my way to wearing this while I rock my hammock in the midst of summer, at a lone island.

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Dhruv Kapoor

 

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Dhruv Kapoor’s suave yet experimental design ethos is clearly reflected in his collections that run high on eccentricity and individualism. Their logo-tees are awesome when paired with leggings, shorts or even trousers. Anything expect skinny jeans will do (in Black Panther’s voice: we don’t do that here).

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Āroka

 

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Āroka needs more hype. More traction and more appreciation given their print and silhouette choices. Their remarkably notable aesthetics run congruent to their wearable yet artsy offerings, making this investment worthy.

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Buna

 

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This is what cottagecore dreams are made of. The Natura Tier Dress by Buna is hand-block printed with minute embroidered details. I’ll probably be dreaming of tulip fields and making strawberry jam when twirling around in this dress.

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Manan

 

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A refined take on everyday dressing, this piece from Perennials by Manan is the perfect outfit when stepping out for a brunch. Crafted in chambray linen, the breathability is the star here, coupled with the understated elegance. Pair it with a big toe et voilà!

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You can also read about Sobhita Dhulipala’s kickass style here.

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