The six yard unstitched fabric looks elegant and sensual when draped on a lady.
An Indian saree has undergone the test of time. But, there’s a flattering twist to the modern era saree. With sarees becoming more contemporary, quirky and lighter, we no longer see the quintessential plain saree with an attractive border. Designers are experimenting with prints and vibrant colors. We love Yogesh Chaudhary’s Pacman print and Masaba Gupta’s shutterbug chic and lipstick blot print.Apart from the six yards, designers are opting for jackets and knitted tops instead of the prototypical blouse.
But, today is not a quirky day! It’s the wedding season and the quintessential saree works wonders! Consequently, I almost received a marriage proposal! Being a modern woman, this very saree helped me transit between the contemporary and ethnic society.
[caption id="attachment_367" align="aligncenter" width="235"] Saree - From my mother's collection[/caption]
Since, the saree was simple, I chose to do a smokey eye effect with a winged eye liner and red lips(which has worn out due to the amount of food and drinks).
[caption id="attachment_368" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Winged Eye Liner- Lakme.
Lips- Faces Go chic Poppy Red[/caption]
I kept the accessories to a minimal by wearing two gold kada's and a gold jhumka.
[caption id="attachment_369" align="alignright" width="350"] Gold Jhumka- Ancestral[/caption]
Black and gold is a classic combination! I carried a diamond studded gold clutch.
[caption id="attachment_371" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Clutch-Linking Road
Nail Art- DIY[/caption]
So, this was my first experiment of going Desi with the Indian Saree. Do you like it? Let me know by commenting below. We love your feedback!
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