Sunday, July 13, 2014

SWANKY WITH TRADITIONAL TOUCH

 HELLO BLOGGERS !!

In context of Nepal,
ATM its the month which is fully packed with Wedding...Weddings...Weddings....& Weddings... along with many other functions
but
weddings comes up on the top of All the events.
 And  wore this Sari in my cousin's wedding..... as i was from girls side  we all planned to wear red
and i don't own any such color Sari so, I wore my Mom's sari .

(Talking more about it, wearing red color stuffs before marriage is not much preferred by the society from where I am , but during some functions its all cool - If aint wrong this is something followed both in India & Nepal Thanx to Hinduism )


This a post where,
 I wore a traditional Banarasi Silk Sari which belongs to My Mom,  
which has been  passed down by my mom to me.
Now, 
excited much as its one of my favorite Sari out of my Mom's wonderful Sari collections & have one.

 Daang !
 {can you believe she owns at least  5-8 Sari of the same color in different shades (light , Bright)  sometimes with different material }


 OUTFIT DETAILS 
Accessories - Mom's Gold Accessories Collection
Flats - Dulla shoes
 Watch - DKNY 
 Green Tartan Clutch -  Sovereign Gift  (Mom's collection)
Sari - Banarasii Silk Sarii ( Mom's Sari collection)




As i couldn't fit into my body into the actual Blouse of the sari which is of my mom's size.. 
I designed this blouse with a touch of the patch ..
Its too simple design with simple Flower patch... 

I Hope you all liked this post... 
do 
would be happy to follow you all back .....  

 Till en ...

Namaste

16 comments:

  1. You look so beautiful in this traditional. Gorgeous. Interesting about not wearing red, thx for sharing. Lovely blog here btw! Would you like to follow each other on GFC? Please let me know on my blog so I can follow back. Thank you.
    xox
    Lenya
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    Sorry about that. But nevertheless, great post. The Sari also looks great on you!

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      sorry for reply you back late ... .. ...
      Thank you for your lovely comment !!

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