In most of the major south Indian cities, the saree vendors and the jewelers have combined forces to make the advertisements. That means that they only have to hire one model and one photographer and get the best of saree and jewelry ads; great idea – except that some time you end up with pictures like this!
Here are the different types of jewelry that she is wearing, and considering the price of gold these days, she has more jewlry then the GDP of many small countries!
Each circle represents a different class/style of jewelry.
Did I miss any?
I really like this sari worn by Sambhavna Seth. The paisley motif is a trifle large but the sari is interestingly cut. It is a tailored sari, but that is barely perceptible from the front. The pallu is cut out almost to a point over the left shoulder.
A little while ago, we had posted a picture of this Vanita J. sari from the back (below) but could not make heads or tails of it. Seeing it from the front, there is a definite context.
The back of the sari is the most interesting, with only a few strings of cascading beads (though personally I would have preferred rhinestones)in place of the pallu. Sambhavna’s spaghetti strap blouse is very nicely ornamented with a single motif at the base of the strap in front, and a very intricate ornament in the back.
We are seeing back ornaments becoming more and more the rage!
I am not too fond of geometric designs on a saree, but this looks pretty nice.
I really wished we could figure out this issue of how to carry the mobile phone when you are dressed to the hilt!
Clutch bag is fine, but if you are so beautiful and so popular, you have your phone ringing all the time and then taking it out of the clutch bag to answer it makes it even more awkward!.