Unnati Silks : Part II

I am back with Part II of this series. Haven’t read Part I yet? Don’t worry, here is the link. Unnati Silks is a family enterprise based in Hyderabad. They started in 1980, with the aim of making unique, fashionable and good quality handloom available to women. What started as a single store brand is now …

Izhai : Part II

In my previous post I spoke about the saree I got from Izhai (Facebook/ Instagram). And I also promised that I would style another product from their collection. Instead of a saree, I picked a dress made from a handloom saree; a Sungudi saree this time. This Sungudi dress reminds me so much of the …

Izhai

It has been almost a month since I did a saree look for the blog. Most of you would know by now that I love styling sarees. Kancheepuram, cotton, jute silk, khesh; I love them all. This time, I styled an Odisha Ikat saree. Take a look at the pictures. I got this beautiful red …

The Revival Project

I remember my childhood walking along the streets of Kochi, holding the ends (pallu) of my mother’s saree and playing peekaboo with it. Another fond memory is of the south Indian weddings where by default women used to wear colourful wonders in Kancheepuram silk and young girls wore old Kancheepuram sarees which were refashioned into …

SJP Box by DOT

Hello lovelies, I am back after a two-week break. After a truck load of ethnic outfits on my page, here is something different. In this post I will introduce you to a new brand, a Nigerian brand that makes really funky handmade handbags, footwear and other accessories. Dot (Instagram/ website) is the brand, and I …