If you are planning to add more sarees, kurta sets, and everything ethnic to your wardrobe, then here’s a list of ethnic brands you shouldn’t miss if clothes for you are all about a minimal style statement.
There’s something very elegant about ethnic wear that makes it a must-have in your closet. If sarees and long kurtas are your comfort outfits, and if you adore simple yet statement prints and subtle patterns, then here are 5 ethnic brands you must explore.
1. Culture People
If your love for prints is beyond anything, then here’s a brand you’d like. Culture People make functional clothing that they claim is handcrafted and offer a pretty collection of ethnic wear, including Kurta, tops, dresses, and dupattas. Their printed Kurtas look super comfortable and ooze an easy-breezy vibe. Check them out if you adore prints and cotton.
Picchika by Urvashi Sethi is a clothing brand that offers everything with handpainted florals. Their organza sarees and dupattas have our hearts, and we just can’t take our eyes off them. They do have a very classy and posh collection and if you are up for some gorgeous handpainted flowers on your outfit, check them out.
3. Chakori Ethnic
Chakori Ethnic is one of our favourites when it comes to traditional-style sarees, and their collection is breathtaking! They are bringing different designs and craft traditions of rural India in Kalamkari, Shibori, Hand block, Dabu, Indigo, and Phentiya prints. Shop from them as they claim to work with rural artisans and craftsmen to create their sustainable range of garments.
If you are more into Indo-western, you should definitely check out Upasana. This brand aims to create conscious sustainable apparel and has a gorgeous range of sarees, dresses, indo-western outfits, bottoms, jackets, scarves, and bags. You can mix and match and come up with an exciting ensemble.
Claiming to derive its true essence from the earth, Bhu-Sattva offers handcrafted and hand-embroidered organic ensembles by using hand-woven textiles. If you are a fan of Indian wear and promote slow fashion, you should check them out as their collection is vibrant and feature some gorgeous silk apparel. You can also brush up your knowledge about slow and organic clothing, colours, techniques, etc, through their blogs.