In my sister's eyes anything that has embroidery, any sort of chamki, or hints of a zari in gold becomes "too grand" and falls under the dressing up category. Getting her to wear anything that looks even close to fancy is like trying to get a cat into the rain. But, when I saw this kurti I knew it was her style. Definitely more her than me. So I showed it to her and managed to convince her that she needed some "grand" pieces for upcoming weddings and occasions. What's more, I got her to pose for the blog :D
This is a silk cotton kurti from Priniva. The chudidar bottom is something that was stitched for some other anarkali and well thank god for it being golden in colour. My sister hates dupattas and stoles, so we skipped that and just accessorised it with earrings, a statement gold bangle and her dimpled smile.
The one thing that we were not too happy with was the fact that the material was kind of thinner than expected. It seemed like a very fine silk cotton and my sister was constantly worried that she would end up tearing it.
This is my sister all dressed up in Priniva. Personally I am a fan of their collection and waiting to get my hands on their saris next. However in the mean time, I do have a giveaway going on where 3 of you can win gift vouchers to shop from their designer sari collection. Do head over here to enter and enter soon, the giveaway ends on 8th November!!