The ethnic route

I was in talks with this friend of mine who runs a boutique of her own and I have been a fan of her designing promise for quite some time now. Ranging from the fit and pattern, buttons and everything, she wows me every time. Not too long ago, when I was halfway through my pregnancy, when I looked like the proverbial ‘dim bhora machh’, she made me a Kaftan dress which I still swear by although that’s way bigger than my size now. Cutting the long story short, she has a lot of artistic promise and I downright adore that.

Well, my imprimatur for her has a reason at play behind it, that is my brick red dress that arrived from her in a parcel and as soon as I wore it, I kept staring at myself in blank amazement that how she could prepare such a an well-fitted dress with just hearing the measurements over phone!


Her forte is making indo-western outfits and not to mention, she completely fared in it too. Creating Indo-western outfits is a difficult ball game where you have to bend the rules and allow some significant skin to pop. How else but a dress can distinctly stand out also.

It’s almost as same as feeling hunger pangs when I visit her store and want to buy everything, kurtis, sarees, blouses et al. Here I am wearing a Brick Red halter dress from her awesome collection and this one reminds me of my wine bottle. This haltered midi-dress is your quick-fix answer to casual summer hangouts and you can pair it with ethnic gladiator flats or ethnic chappals (which too are available at her store) if you please.


Find out below the deets about her store:



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