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!

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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.

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Find out below the deets about her store:

https://www.facebook.com/Shree922/?hc_ref=ARQMCO8v0H7X0lds708lcAf_iRarbvWmNAlb1Jc8PaojdSLyxIulCE2IQCWtwHnsgE0&fref=nf

 


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