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Sutasta – Khadi Dresses

Look Out For :- Khaadi dresses

Market :-

Products :- Clothing  Western Wear  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 10:30am-6pm

Phone :- 8368577249, 9871880801

Address :- Shop No 5, Shahpur Jat, Delhi - 110049,

Landmark :- Near Fly to Etli & Uco Bank

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Siri Fort bus stop / Hauz Khas metro station, yellow line.

Price Range :- Rs.2500 onwards

Payment Methods :- Cash and card

Designer Khadi Wear in Delhi

Paris haute couture at your doorstep!!! When you visit Paris the next time, check out Bess Nielsen’s store called Khadi & Co for fashionable khadi dresses.

When you are back in India, visit the Shahpur Jat Market in Delhi and buy the most modern Khadi outfits from Sutasta. Sutasta is a small shop displaying chic and stylish khadi outfits.

Khadi – The Fabric

Khadi, the main fabric, is sourced from Bihar. It has a matte like texture and is soft and sturdy. According to Rohini, the owner of this store, she finds great beauty in hand spun khadi, saying, it is versatile enough to pass that most basic textile test, that of being climate adaptable.

Khadi fabric surely keeps you cool in summer and warm in winters. Moreover, the word Sutasta means “well fashioned” in Sanskrit.

Khadi Dresses in Shah Jat Market

Khadi has found its niche in the fashion world today. Sutasta has contemporary designer wear dresses in Khadi. These outfits in Sutasta speak volumes about the individuality of the designer. They are made out of different variations of Khadi like Bafda, Muslin, Jharna and Matka.

The one-piece dress made of muslin khadi with colourful striped asymmetrical yoke are really innovative. Wear them to an afternoon summer party and you will stand out by a long mile.

Further, there are A-line dresses in pure khadi in mustard yellow, beige, grey and blue colours and in striking designs. We particularly liked the ones with long bell sleeves finishing.

You may as well pair the western wear one-piece dresses with churidar and wear as an ethnic dress or as a stylish one-piece dress. The average cost would be Rs. 4500/piece.

Sutasta- Designer Khadi Wear in Shahpur Jat, Delhi | Shopkhoj


Khadi Tunics with Madhubani Paintings

We came across white tunics with Madhubani paintings done on them. They are unique and very distinctive. ‘Madhubani painting is an age-old folk art of Mithila region of Bihar. Artisans use brushes or nib-pens with fabric colours for painting on the sleeves, on the borders, and on the panels too.

Green and blue tunics with these paintings, ex- Radha Krishna motif on the pockets and sleeves look very smart & casual. The price is Rs. 4000-Rs 5000/piece, for the tunics. Madhubani art on the dresses is hand painted by local artists.

Khadi Jackets

You can pair these summer jackets with dresses like jumpsuits, one-piece dresses or even a tees and shorts for that super smart look.

Khadi Bottom Wear

In terms of bottom wear, there are palazzo pants, muslin pants and drop crotch trousers, that are available here.

Dupattas in Shahpur Jat

We came across some really interesting dupattas in khadi silk. These were hand painted with Madhubani motifs in black and white colours. Moreover, artisans portray scenes from a marriage procession, a fish and flower motif or morning prayer on these dupattas. They cost Rs. 6000/piece.

Sutasta can certainly customise your creations with intricate Madhubani paintings on them.

Be it gorgeous lehengas, shararas or anarkali gowns for that gorgeous wedding ensemble, Shahpur Jat in South Delhi is certainly the place to be.

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