Lime Soda pop-up gives you affordable options for the season.
For all things fun and floral—from clothes to accessories—head to The English Tearoom next weekend. The first edition of Lime Soda pop-up, curated by entrepreneur Soundariya K Anil, has English florals as the theme. “It felt fresh and right, and luckily, the decor of the venue went well with the theme,” begins Anil, who also owns Thai Sabai spa and Little Lavish, a retail store, with her mother Rema Devi and sister Anjana Krishnaswamy.
At the pre-Diwali exhibition, find products ranging from Indo-western clothing, personalised gifts, lamps, cakes, jewellery, handmade soaps and home décor. “There is Indian wear by ace city-based designer, Bandana Narula and Indo-western collection by Tadka, a Chennai-based brand. We will also have jewellery from Delhi-based Achint Jewellery by Vinny Mehra, and eco-friendly accessories for men from Monk Story by Abhinandan Jain,” she says, adding that she is also excited about personalised gifting from Avec Amour by Shivani Rajesh Ram (Delhi). While there, guests can enjoy a set lunch (soup of the day and a main course like grilled chicken/vegetables, Rs 380). The 29-year-old concludes that is all goes well, she will hold another pop-up in December.
Rs 150 onwards. October 7-8, at Kasturi Rangan Road.