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My favourite ethnic trends feat Anahé

Hi everyone,

Hope you are having a fabulous weekend! Today, on the blog, I am sharing a few ethnic trends that we love featuring one of the designer boutiques in Bangalore, Anahé. 

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Anahé boutique has carefully curated a range of value-conscious Indian and indo-western designer wear and accessories from some of the most exciting and upcoming designers across the country.  🙂
 Anahé aims to fill the void between the exclusive (and super expensive) high-end designer wear and the mass market Indian wear that is available in Bangalore. I had gone to the store and fell in love with it instantly. The store has such Parisian vibes with vintage decor and trunks lined up with designer pieces.
I feel there are only two things a lady needs when it comes to ethnic wear, be it for weddings or events – saris and lehengas in different hues and designs. 😀  Below are my personal favourites:
Dhoti Sari by Designer Mandira Bansal 
The combination of this scarlet embroidered top and the dhoti pants on a sari would never go wrong. LOVED this one by Designer Mandira Bansal. 🙂
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Cape Lehenga by Designer Jannat 
When you add a cape to a sequinned blouse with a beautiful skirt, the feeling of a superwoman is guaranteed 😛 Jokes apart, I can’t really express how beautiful this lehenga was. All I know is, I felt like a diva from a Bollywood movie by Karan Johar 😛 Maybe the pictures will speak better –
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The best part about Anahé is the designer clothes and accessories that actually cost between INR 5000 – INR 35,000. Do visit the store sometime in Indiranagar! I guarantee, you will fall in love with it ♥
What is your favourite when it comes to ethnic wear? Let me know in the comments below!
*Disclaimer: This post is in collaboration with Anahé. However, my views are based on my personal opinion and unbiased*
Picture Credits – Iris Montage

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  1. I absolutely love these.

    1. Thanks Sahana!

  2. Loved both looks. You look absolutely stunning!

    1. Thank you Satarupa ♥

  3. I love the red sari thingy! Is that a one piece? You look amazing in both of them!

    1. Yes it is! I SO knew you would like the dhoti saree 😀

  4. That draped sari looks gorgeous, as do the jewellery! But your lovely curls take the cake! <3

    1. Awww thanks Anupriya ♥ :*

  5. So beautiful, love! I remember the dhoti sari, was my favourite 🙂

    1. Thaaaank you Nandini :*