After wearing an ombre dress at the starry Holi bash that she hosted at her residence in Mumbai, Isha Ambani changed into a beautiful anarkali suit later. Industrialist Mukesh Ambani‘s daughter, who loves to include pastel shades and florals in her wardrobe, wore a hand-painted anarkali by designer label Picchika that has been the favourite of many Bollywood actors in the recent past including Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Tara Sutaria and Samantha Ruth Prabhu among others. Also Read - Vicky Kaushal-Katrina Kaif Look Inseparable at Isha Ambani's Holi Party - These Videos Are Proof

The stunning white anarkali that Isha wore at her Holi bash came with a matching hand-painted floral chiffon dupatta. Isha looked elegant in that outfit and it seemed like a good break from all the Sabyasachi and Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla outfits she has been preferring heavily over the years. The white anarkali cost Rs 20,000 and the label has now put up Isha’s pictures wearing the suit on their website to sell the product. As mentioned on the official website of Picchika, the anarkali is called ‘Spice color Bougainville suit’. The description of the suit on the website goes like: “Hand painted Bougainville’s in multi shades on a silk flared kurta and a chiffon duppata, enhanced with hand embroidered gota.” Check out the pictures here: Also Read - Rekha Repeats Her Lehenga From Isha Ambani's Wedding, Sets Example About Recycling Expensive Clothes



Screenshot taken from website – picchika.in

Picchika is famous for carving simplicity and elegance in their outfits. The label works with soft hues and light fabrics to create dreamy outfits. Most of their outfits are hand-painted with flowers and other nature-inspired motifs. For Kareena and Samantha, they made customised name-printed sarees in the past. Check this out: Also Read - Isha Ambani Wears a Gold Wrap Dress Worth Rs 3 Lakh - Check Out Her Latest Viral Photos



Kareena Kapoor Khan/ Samantha Ruth Prabhu wearing identical Picchika sarees (Photo Courtesy: Instagram/@picchika)

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