Who doesn't like regal clothing? Especially during this wedding season where we are constantly looking for different types of designs to up our fashion game. While searching for such hidden city-gems, we stumbled upon Aneri Wearable Art, a quaint boutique in a bungalow situated on the plush Boat Club Road. Elegant cannot even begin to define the outfits this boutique has. With a motto to bring a smile on every customer's face, the store has its tailoring and handwork game on point. You can shop for high-quality linen kurtis, tunics, long tops, palazzos, pants etc. We took a liking to their style of designs which are minimalistic and artsy. We loved the neatly-designed monochrome kurtis with printed scarves. Mix and match is something you can easily do with their ensembles. You can find dyed-scarves and chunnis that will add colour to your look. At the same time, take a look at their hand-crafted pieces. The chanderi silk designs with kantha patchwork stole our hearts. With detailed embroidery, the outfits get a glamourous uplift. If you live to dress up in silk, check-out their latest couture line Aneri Signature that was launched this year by designer Naaz Kinghar. These elegant silk and linen ensembles from the collection have been specially crafted by rural artisans. For enquiries and personal styling, call them up or simply drop by, and they shall design the perfect look for you in no time.
This Label Is Known For Its Silk Fabrics & Kantha Patchwork
What Makes It Awesome
What Could Be Better
We would love to buy artsy sarees with hand-crafted designs from this label.
How Much Did It Cost
₹1000 - ₹3000
Best To Go With
Family, Big Group