Happy Monday Everyone! Actually, it’s almost Tuesday by the time this post will go live. I’m very happy and excited to share this beautiful post with you all because lately I have been more inclined towards Indian wear and today I’m wearing Naari, who make beautiful Indian garments.
I think western wear is easy to pair up and there are various different ways to wear things. I might be able to say this because western wear is my forte and I can understand the styles more easily, but Indian wear at the same time is more beautiful and classic. No matter what occasion or where you are going, Indian wear will always look elegant and stylish on any body type. No matter how much we like western wear, there is always a little Indian inside us who love to wear something ethnic.
As I have been obsessed with Indian wear lately, I love few brands in particular and Naari is one of them. They make stunning Kurtas, Salwar Kameez and bottoms which look exquisite and lovely. This brand is a true Indian brand with its manufacturing unit in Tarapur, near Mumbai. They make their own designs and embroidery here so that it gives you a true feel of Indian women.
I’m wearing a kurti and slim pants from their Mudcals collection (Here) inspired by the Lippan Kaam of Kutch. This collection is a classic blend of village craft and striking abla work. I love subtle looking garments which give a classic feel and this is a true blend of classic and chic. When I ordered it online, I was not very sure of what I would get but trust me guys, when this arrived at my place, I was dancing with joy to see the material and the work this garment has. I truly felt that I have invested my money in a good piece of Indian wear which I can wear for my office as well as for a family function. I love the embroidery work it has, especially the beautiful kalash design.
I’m totally loving this look and I’m sure you guys like it as well. So without wasting time, check out Naari’s collection before their stock rans out (and that happen really fast!). Thank you so much for reading the post!
Kurta: Naari (Here)
Slim Pants: Naari (Here)