Sitara has come up with its latest collection of Designer Kurta Dresses, Dhotis, and Suits which emphasizes their concern for the environment. They have majorly used natural fabrics and organic dyes. Their latest collection is a mixed bag of our Indian roots and Western culture in different styles like oversize, flowing and even comfortably structured garments. The idea behind the collection is to make the customers feel harmony about our culture and with nature.
The collection is the perfect example of Indian bohemian style as the fabrics used are traditional Kalamkari with hand paintings on the clothes from Andhra Pradesh, Daboo print, Ikat etc.
Keeping sustainability lots of second-hand vintage things are used in the collection to give every silhouette its uniqueness, like vintage patches from Gujarat and Rajasthan, accessories from Afghanistan and old silk sarees. Ms. Ruchika Kukreja, Founder, Sitara has designed the collection in a very practical way with pockets to cut to a length of the garments, the variety includes kurta dresses, suits, dhotis, short dresses, and even tops. All of them we can wear as sets and separately, it depends on how you style it.