The off the shoulder blouse style is interesting, but this combo is just not working.
I don’t mind the ethnic busy design; its just that it is a busy design with spots where the color density is low; so the white looks like splotches!
Then, the black and white and orange border aren’t playing well together and the orange fabric of the blouse is creating a havoc.
And then what’s up with the blue earrings?
Priyadarshini Raje Scindia
“Being a royal has not effected my sense of style. In Gwalior I wear saris, anywhere else, it depends on the mood or situation.”
Verve Magazine has a list of best dressed list and not surprisingly, there are several saree clad women there. Periodically, we will bring you some notable saree lovers from that list.
When Benazir Bhutto visited Shimla and learnt her first lesson in politics.
She looked bewitching in a saree. It was a picture where she was with her father and Indira Gandhi.
The year was 1973, just after the Bangladesh-pakistan-india war.
It is unfortunate that both Indira and Benazir met a tragic end.
An interesting account from Saroj Thakur is here.
Remembering Indira Gandhi: (19 November 1917 – October 31, 1984)
I was going to wait till 19th Nov to show this post, but this picture is too precious to not share on this blog.
At the Maheka Mirpuri’s Bridal show, Bipasha walked the ramp. I know she is not wearing a saree, but the blouse Maheka had with Bipasha’s ensemble was something out of ordinary for sure.
It has so many things going for it; it has the asymmetry that I like, it has the gems, it has the play on colors, it has curvaceous shapes – and no, I am not referring to Bipasha, silly, I am referring the blouse design – pay attention!!!