A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

Are you ready to check out the Fall ‘21 collection from Supriya Lele? Trust us, you’re about to fall in love. Taking us back Y2K, this collection has a distinctly nostalgic feel about it, and yet, based on the current style trends, this seems perfectly appropriate. Whether it be mesh tops, ruched bralettes, halter necklines, or bold bubblegum pastels, this collection keeps us guessing from start to finish. Keep in mind, though, as is typical to this brand, everything about this release feels elevated and very “fashion.” While these nostalgic trends might feel a bit ironic and outdated, this is a brand that has its finger on the pulse and sees the style trends coming. In addition, you might pick up on some Eastern style influences with the designer’s Indian heritage making its way into the collection. Again, though, this isn’t over-done or bold. Instead, it’s a subtle juxtaposition that adds some visual interest to the collection. Plus, with that minimalist and feminine aesthetic making its way into the collection, this truly is a brand that is hard to resist. So go ahead, scoop up organza pants, satin leggings, and fully mesh dresses. You’re about to fall under the spell of Supriya Lele.

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele

A Progressive New Take On Modern Minimalism From Supriya Lele