A model walks the ramp at a fashion show by city leading bedsheet manufacturer and exporter at hotel Grand Bhagvati, Ahmedabad on June 08, 2008. (Photo/Vijay Soneji)
12 Jun, 2008
And don’t YOU DARE ask a question “is she wearing the bed sheet?” That’s so mean!
There are some sarees where you can’t tell the difference, but this is not one of them.
Is it just me or I am noticing more and more of the Bhandej sarees with Bandhini designs these days.
I have a special liking for Bandhini designs; it reminds me of beautiful, simple and charming gujarati folks, I love the bright color and I love the techniques of making the design.
So I am a little biased when a genre that I like is updated and made popular again.
Notice that other than the variation is color, the saree is pretty simple, unlike the saree that Celina Jaitly is wearing. There is some embellishment in the blouse but not so much that it detract from the ‘down to earth” character of the saree.
Mangalsutra she is wearing is a nice touch too; but then she is trying to put sindoor in her part to convey devotion to her husband, so it all makes sense.
This was almost 100 years ago and it looks like as if it came out of Manish Malhotra collection!
Saree motif and a trouser fitting; I know, some of you would love to have this combo.
I like this delicate laced up, retro look rose pink saree and spaghetti strap blouse combination.
Ofcourse, she will be remembered for setting a record for how low and how much below the navel you can wear a saree and get away with it.
She has a very infectious smile and she just looks like a smiling, adventurous and sweet little d
evil angel, ready for all the fun things that life has to offer.
If you did a Maxim style quiz and compared your girlfriend to her, in almost all cases, she will come out ahead.