Ten-Second Takeaway

DDivine, an ethnic wear shop in Pali, could be the answer to your festival outfit needs and here’s why.

What To Buy

The shop is tucked in between eateries during the day. It lights up at night with mannequins sitting outside the shop, decked in kurtas. It almost coaxes you to think that it might be an intimidating designer wear outlet but no, when you step in, it’s actually quite humble. We blame the fairy lights.

You can get cotton kurti material starting at INR 800, with the minimum length being 2 metres. They also have ready-made synthetic suits starting at INR 800, and cotton suits starting INR 1,000. They also have elegant Pakistani suits starting at INR 2,000. With ethnic prints ruling the roost at this store, you can find floral prints and symmetrical patterns lurking in a corner. But you can easily find a chikan or a bandhani print from Jaipur. Also, if you’re not too much into suits, they have ethnic pants that come coupled with a floor length embellished kurti starting INR 5000.

So We’re Thinking…

If you’ve scoured through enough places on what to buy for the festive season and are tired of the travelling, head to this shop. It’s conveniently located and you might find prints suited to your needs.

Photo source: Jnzl’s Public Domain Photos via Flickr [Public Domain Mark 1.0]