Aiswarya Rai appeared at the premiere of her film Jodha Akbar in Mumbai in a pink sequined sari with a matching blouse with cap sleeves and a princess neckline. The accessories were tasteful with a delicate silver bracelet, rings and a silver purse. The dangling silver earrings and a shiny and bindi completed the ensemble.
Celina Jaitley poses in front of portraits of herself. She is wearing a pink lace sari with a silver beaded border and a sexy silver halter neck blouse. The back view is as alluring as the front.
Celina’s sari in the portrait is very interesting. The sari worn Bengali style, in nicely coordinated with antique looking jewelry and bindi that pick up the orange and green colors in the sari.
The one word that I think of, when I think of Sabyasachi Mukherjee, is “tactile”. His collections have a tactile feel to it and this saree embodies it all.
Not sure about the blouse design, but the saree has certain richness and depth to it which is very often lacking in may other designer sarees.
Skyblue with gold flowers. Notice the contemporary blouse design.
The glamour of the Kancheepuram silk saree lies in its colour contrasts. Pyramidical temple borders, checks, stripes and floral “buttas” are traditional designs you will find in a Kancheepuram saree.
In a genuine Kancheepuram saree, the border, body and pallav are woven separately and then interlocked together. The joint is woven so strongly that even if the saree tears, the pallav (or border) will not detach
I have seen Sharmila wear some really odd saree combinations. Thankfully her daughter has better design sense.
Please, please have some mercy on me – I am young, I have a lot to see in the world; please don’t kill me with that look; I don’t know what I did, but I profusely apologize!
Everybody else reading this blog, please, please get out of her way!
Oh darn, she is so pretty when she is angry!
Just absolutely love this picture of Rekha in a saree.