There’s something mystical about wearing a sari. It’s six yards of pure cloth in net, chiffon, silk, cotton, that folds together in an elegant and downright beautiful way.
The sari is also a right of passage into adulthood for a girl as well as the ability to fold and pin a massive piece of material in an organized fashion.
Getting M’s mom’s sari fixed by my aunt
Our wedding this past week was full of saris. And more saris. And shopping for saris in Dadar, Mumbai and across the city. But what beautiful pieces they are! It is hard to find the same exact sari twice because every one is in different colors, motifs, and palus. Every women is therefore unique, although the same cannot be said for men’s fashion.
The women in saris at the wedding ceremony – Looking beautiful!
Get out your coffee cup and start drooling at how these western women can be stylish and gorgeous in a sari. Think it’s time for the Indian girls to step it up!
Net printed sari in a color I cannot even describe…silver blue? On the right, a gold embroidered turquoise choli
Blue sari with silver, net blue black and white and gorgeous embroidered sari, a burgundy dark blue lengha choli, and a pink with blue border saree
A well matched couple! Light gold sari and husband’s orange, gold sherwani
Classic pistachio sari with dark grey-silver palu and matching boyfriend
Funky net fabric saris with cutting and embroidery
Check out these fancy saris
Blue sari with zari style embroidery and an orange hand painted sari
The bride to be in her wedding sari. Well, that’s me actually