Skirting New Trends
Nostalgia is a powerful tool. It let's us remember and appreciate the past after all. Growing up in the 80s was a mixed bag. Young girls in South India had more clothing options than ever. On one hand there were traditional outfits like pavadai-chattai or dhavani, anarkali, ghargra, sharara, churidar, salwar kameez while it was becoming increasingly acceptable for girls to wear pants, pinafore, skirts, maxis and frocks. And yet, despite the popularity of Western clothes, the pavadai or long Indian skirts found a special place in every girl's wardrobe. Crafted from the best kanchipuram silks, much like our mom's