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Disney Princess Or Bollywood Royalty, This Boutique Will Fulfil Your Outfit Dreams

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What Makes It Awesome

The Big Fat Indian Wedding has evolved to include elements from other traditions and cultures (like cocktails and period themed parties to name a few). While the motto ‘bigger is better’ doesn’t quite apply now, one can always turn into a princess or a movie star (be it a zoom wedding or an intimate one). Naina Boutique on Commercial Street and Jayanagar will sort you out whether you’re looking to be a Disney Princess or Modern Bollywood Royalty.

Pulling all the stops to have you looking special on your (or whoever else’s) big day, find delicate and shimmery pastels on a 20s themed silhouette or one close to Belle from Beauty And The Beast. We’re letting you know right now that they enjoy designing outfits with tulle and crinoline (think ball gowns) to really establish your Royal status. For more Indian numbers, you can get anything inspired by your favourite Bollywood look either from their actual wedding or from the movies. Sparkly lehengas, multi-piece salwar sets, custom-designed sarees, or even Indo-Western gowns with actual corset tops and mermaid tail bottoms, your imagination is their fuel.

While they do bespoke designs, they have a huge range of semi-stitched and ready-made outfits in case you’re pressed for time (or you just happen to like what you see), and they’ll alter it to your size if required. This includes everything from their bridal and festive collection, to their less extravagant salwar suits and sarees. One stop at this boutique and both your festive and wedding outifts are covered without breaking the bank.

What Could Be Better

Their extravagant outfits are a bit difficult to maintain and store at home, plus you’re likely not able to wear it more than once. So hold back on your imagination if you’re looking to wear it multiple times.

How Much Did It Cost

₹3000+ As the outfits are all heavy on work and craftsmanship, they're on the more expensive side.