Returning to royalty

Returning to royalty

Haute style

Returning to royalty

Ethnic is the way to go

Sahiba Ltd’, a trendsetter in Indian ethnic-wear and a renowned player in the textile industry for over three decades, has come out with  a collection that is just right for any special occasion, be it festivals or weddings.

The collection keeps in mind the importance of traditional attire since it is an integral part of all Indian festivals and occasions.

In bright colours and beautiful works, the long ‘kurtis’ and palazzos have been striking a chord with the young. Easy to wear and easily standing out in the crowd, the collection takes one back to the rich heritage of this country.

The outfits are designed in the trendiest straight ‘kurti’-style and fit. Moreover, this collection showcases the intricate embellishment of the heavy ‘zari’ work with metallic prints. It is put together in rich georgette fabric enhancing the look and feel of the attire.  And that’s not all.

Embroidery has always been an art appreciated by the kings and emperors of world history and continuing this trend, Sahiba brings an embellished range of embroidered fabrics.

 Adding to the beautiful ‘kurti’ is the four-side embroidered chiffon ‘dupatta’, which makes a fashion statement in itself. ‘Sahiba Ltd’ too has a rich past. It has been catering to the infinite demands of the clothing and the fashion industry since 26 years.

Having an ethnic expertise, it can boast of a wide array of traditionally gorgeous
apparel for women. It has a pan-India presence and is currently widening its reach to the global market.

The unit is involved in the complete production process of a plethora of clothes — embroidery, manufacturing of garments, weaving, dyeing and working with state-of-the-art machinery.

Anam Pasha, The student of Mount Carmel College flaunted an elegant, long, black ‘kurti’ with off-white palazzo pants and a ‘dupatta’ that has a gold and black border.
Punchline: “I really liked how my outfit was so elegant and royal. The colours went well with each other and this is definitely something I would wear for a wedding or family get-together.”
Price: Entire set (Rs 3,500)

Sanjana Shetty, The student of Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology slipped into a white, long ‘kurti’ with magenta and gold work on its border. It was paired with a magenta-hued palazzo pant and ‘dupatta’ with a gold border and embroidery work. 
Punchline: “I loved the asymmetric balance of the colours used in the outfit. The embroidery work in golden colour really completes and compliments the look.”
Price: Entire set (Rs 3,500)

Shirin Raj,The student of St Joseph’s College of Commerce wore a bright pink ‘kurti’, with beige palazzo pants and a similar coloured ‘dupatta’.The intrinsic detailing on the palazzo pants and ‘dupatta’ gives it an elegant touch.
Punchline: “The dress I am wearing is really pretty! I loved the colour combination and the pattern. It is bright and very vibrant, giving it a royal touch.”
Price: Entire set (Rs 3,500)

Anshika Yadav, The student of The Oxford College of Arts wore a white and golden long ‘kurti’ with heavy embroidery work and white palazzo pants with a golden border.
Punchline: “This elegant outfit is something that I would definitely wear while attending a wedding reception. The ‘zardori’ and handwork depict a royal touch. The crystal stones add to this and makes me stand out in the crowd.”
Price: Entire set (Rs 3,500)

Akshatha Nagu, The student of Mount Carmel College wore a long, beige ‘kurti’ with a red neckline and red palazzo pants and ‘dupatta’. The entire outfit has heavy golden embroidery work.
Punchline: “My outfit was beautiful, I loved the red and beige combination; they go well together and gives a classy and feminine look.”
Price: Entire set (Rs 3,500)

Priyanka N, The student of Christ University wore a dark green ‘kurti’ with palazzo. The golden embroidery work on the ‘kurti’, along with pink and gold border, gives it a rich look. The wide spread pink ‘dupatta’ with a golden border adds to the elegance.  
Punchline: “The outfit had great blends of pattern and vibrant colours. It was very soothing to the eyes and gives an attractive and elegant feel.”
Price: Entire set (Rs 3,500)