Online asian fashion stores are opening all the time, and whilst it's not very often that I make purchases for asian fashion online, I must admit I spend A LOT of time browsing a certain many of these sites for inspiration, the latest styles and a pricing comparison.
Last week, the team from the Birmingham-based store, Omsara.co.uk got in touch to tell me about their offering. Here's a closer look at their online shop and my picks from the collections they stock.
The store is split into 4 key clothing areas: Kurtis, Sarees, Salwar Kameez and Lehengas, plus a selection of accessories and jewellery.
Kurti CollectionOmsara's collection of Kurti dresses start from £19.99 and go up to £37.99, with the average cost being around £30-£35, available in Small, Medium and Large.
This one was my favourite:
Anushree Reddy's collection at the Aashni & Co bridal show, so this mint green dress with floral detail in orange immediately caught me eye.
Saree CollectionThe collection of sarees start at £69.99 and most of them are under £150, although at the time of writing this, they do have one new saree in stock at £359.99. I browsed through all 6 pages (that's 212 sarees in total!) and these two "half n half" sarees were the ones that stood out to me:
Salwar Kameez CollectionThere are 412 salwar kameez designs in the collection, although some of them are listed as sold out. In among the mix you'll find collections modelled by Bollywood actresses, the newest of which is a collection seen on Shraddha Kapoor.
Lehengas CollectionAs with the salwar kameez collection, all of the lenghas come semi-stitched. Prices range from £62.99 to £499 and I spotted a few Manish Malhotra copies in there too!
crop top looks, I really like the length of the top on this and the red sleeves.
Omsara.co.uk offer free delivery for purchases over £40 to UK customers. I've not made a purchase yet, but I'm seriously tempted by the saree collection most of all!
This post is a collaboration with Omsara.co.uk, but all opinions are my own