Score Affordable Kurtis From This Boutique And Look Spiffy Everyday
What Makes It Awesome
Neither over the top nor too vanilla, kurtis in this boutique are just right on point for work, college and everyday chores. Nia boutique's in-house kurtis are mostly made out of handloom cotton, tassar silk and georgette. You'll find kantha work, intricate embroidery and hand applique work done on their long kurtis. We loved their delicate bead handwork as well. One must check out their vegetable-printed kurtis in pure cotton fabric. We suggest you team up their tribal printed kurti with their in-house cotton shararas to add the right splash of charm to your 9 to 5 look.
The boutique also stocks salwar suits, skirts, palazzos and block-print dupattas in handloom, tussar and gicha silk with few other varieties from different places. Long dresses are also one of the highlights of this boutique. Relatively new but fair in quality, Nia's tote/sling bags with printed to applique work on cotton are quite interesting. Hand made necklaces can also be found here. The starting price for kurtis is INR 650.