Lucknow's House of Muher is offering us apparels that are a blend of trends & traditions

House of Muher draws inspirations from the modern women around.

Over the years, Lucknow has evolved as a fashion-forward community and how! The city currently houses various fashion labels which have raised the style quotient of the citizens by several notches and House of Muher, has now joined this bandwagon too. This brand is presenting Aamod to you, which is an expansive range of luxury pret couture collection, featuring elaborate handwork on exclusive silhouettes. So if you've been meaning to refresh your closet and stock up on a few chic ethnic wear for the upcoming festivities, House of Muher is what you should be checking out ASAP!

An insignia of effortless elegance

Aamod by House of Muher, is a fine mix of the latest trends in the fashion industry and their garments are heavily influenced by traditional roots. Established by Naina Tuteja, House of Muher draws inspirations from the modern women around. HoM's each design is intricately unique and they have been coming up with fusion pieces which are a seamless blend of tradition and modernism. The items are designed in such a way, that they complement the wearer's self-confidence, be it any occasion.

House of Muher is introducing Lucknow to a fresh take on fashion sensibilities and this label aspires to become an insignia of effortless elegance. Their flattering garbs come wrapped in a contemporary twists as well, so be it for a desi engagement party or a cocktail gathering, you'll find your choice of clothing here! Although their prices are a bit on the higher side, each piece is worth every penny; prices of the apparels start from 10k and can go up to 30k.

A blend of trends & traditions

House of Muher's finery comes with the promises of top-notch quality and their elegant motifs, makes their garments even more distinct. Through their designs, they've been paying a stellar tribute to the city's rich cultural heritage and the country's too, at large. Their entire collection showcases an array of embroidery patterns, stemming from diverse regions in India; the most prominent ones being Zardozi, Aari, Dabka, Kashida and Chikankaari.

So if you've been looking to shop from the comfort of your own home, do give House of Muher a quick visit and we're sure, you won't be able to stop yourself from splurging.


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