Renowned Odissi dancer Sulagna Ray Bhattacharjee has opened her new boutique on Lake Road named Sprish Studio. The store is nothing short of breathtaking even though it occupies a small space. We like how they've utilised the space to decorate the store with a vintage look, yet giving it the feel of a designer studio.
As you enter, you will see the clothes stacked on your right and front, and the jewellery kept in the middle. Sulagna likes to call her collection skin friendly fashion. With a lot of fabrics to offer, Sprish has a lot on its plate. A varied range of silk sarees makes it a reliable store and you can explore from the tussar, baluchari, matka and banarasi. A plain pure tussar in beige with ghicha in the aanchal is sheer elegance and will make heads turn wherever you wear it. If you're a school or college teacher and like to put on a saree for your regular wear, go for their grey matka handloom saree with jamdani booti and aanchal. The pure tussar will come for INR 3,600.
Check out their pachhapede cotton handloom saree for INR 1,900 if you're thinking of buying something to wear for an art exhibition or a music concert. We also liked their collection of bagru and dabu print cotton sarees.
And how is it possible that a boutique won't have the necessary accessories to modify your look? Go for a kori necklace and earring set, wherein the shells are attached at the centre of the pendant, over a gamchha fabric. Or else, buy an elaborate dokra necklace with a miniature durga as the centrepiece. The necklace will come for INR 1,400. But what stood out most for us in the collection of jewellery was a bull mask neck piece made of 70% silver, and semi-precious rocks and pearls, perfect for any festive occasion or party. People are going to compliment this piece of beauty, no matter what.