Event: DarUsha's Indoor Garden Party

Last night I passed by DarUsha, a multi-brand boutique for anyone who's looking for colorful caftans, Muhajababe-friendly clothes, and classy evening wear, to attend their indoor garden party celebrating the launch of Jeddah-based Boutique Sotra and its line of most-wanted turbans, cute collars, and simple-yet-sweet caftans.

I was hoping to get a closer look of the Knot or the arch turbans and try them out, I wasn't so sure if I'd pull the look off, but I was interested to find out. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. Due to my prior commitments I came in a bit too late, so most, if not all, of Sotra's turban were already sold out. And according to PLTQ8, who organized the event, the turbans were sold out in 10 minutes of the opening.

So I browsed the freshly decorated boutique and took a closer look of its selection. Including Anaikka's rich and heavily embroidered metallic neck pieces, bolero jackets, and harnesses. They're quite fierce and I think they require a certain persona to pull them off. If they look familiar, Anaikka's pieces were used as part of the dancers' costumes at Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show performance. Scroll down for more of DarUsha's event and fashion highlights.

DarUsha is located at Burj Jassim in Kuwait City opposite to Discovery Mall.

Anaikka neck piece

Sotra's lace collars
The only turban left from Sotra

DarUsha's owner paired her Lanvin eagle necklace with her Anaikka shoulder piece

Foot candy

Shourouk necklace.. stunning

The lemonade looked so refreshing
Just like Missoni caftan... perfect for Ramadan or lounging at the pool


Lingerista said…
Would you be able to tell us if DarUsha also carries such labels as Sabyasachi, Aki Narula, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, Ritu Beri, Neeta Lulla and Shobha Asar among others??
Barrista said…
@ lingerista from Barrista:

Try out Samsaara boutique in Zahra Centre! They may have something you're interested in. A while back, Ritu Kumar was hugely popular in Kuwait but I don't know if she still has her own stand alone store for pret fashion; much less if any boutiques in the country carry her label anymore.
fashion-on-the-go said…
Ooh-la la! Me thinks the turban would go rather well with the kaftans.