Kaali Saree Dress
Made in a totally sheer chiffon, the drapes offer coverage in all the important places.
The merge of ancient draping culture meets hot girl summer. This piece tries to honor a silhouette known to most mainland south asian women, and can be seen to some as extremely sexy or to others as a symbol of the most traditional piece of clothing known to the dominant south asian culture. When founder Natasha Sumant was first forced to wear a saree she draped it low enough to hide her combat boots underneath it. This is the approach we took with making this dress, convenient enough to pee in without undoing the drapes, but short enough for your mum to disapprove — we hope that it satisfies your urge to honor your culture while rebelling against parts of it at the same time.
Made with love by women