After we explored the workshop and pawed our way through racks of Rungolee pieces, taking care not to
drool over them. We went back downstairs and were met with impeccably styled models lounging about, modeling Rungolee pieces. Having only been to the standard runway type presentation, this was new for me, and I actually liked this way of presenting clothing items more. I've seen photos of similar presentations but have never been to one myself. It's a great way to see the clothes up close, rather than on a model stomping by at breakneck speed. I do love runway shows and getting to see the clothes in motion as the model walks, but this was a much more realistic way of showing how the clothes would be seen in real life. The models quietly cycled out of the room one by one to go put on a new outfit and reenter without fanfare, returning to their station, acting "natural." Anjali's incredible home was the perfect backdrop for the clothes, and while most of the outfits were much too fancy for my own everyday personal style, the individual pieces were very versatile and definitely something I could see myself styling.
Before we left, Anjali gifted us each a scarf in a fabric
similar to this top
(mine is white and green). As scarf season is upon us I was pretty excited to have such a lovely, and practical, token from the afternoon's festivities. Huge thanks to
for inviting myself and the other bloggers in attendance! You can check out some of the Rungolee items we saw
, and they're also on