Sep 10 2010
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Sep 10 2010
I have never ever liked these matchy-matchy ensembles. And thankfully I am not the only one.
Did you know that “matchy_matchy” is an actual word?
Often used in fashion blogs. Used to describe an outfit that is too coordinated and consists of too many of the same types of colours, patterns, fabrics, accessories, designer pieces, thematic elements, etc. Can also be used in reference to interior design.
And of course, you know that it is a real word when you hear Perez Hilton (not to be confused with Paris Hilton) use it.
Ok, back to the saree… oh wait…
What is opposite of matchy_matchy? It is mixy_matchy! Which is also a fashion faux pas.
Now really back to the saree…
here it seems that she has a box with the matching saree and blouse, the jewelry, matching lipstick the same color foundation, and the bracelets all packed away in a box number 7. She picks up that box whenever she wants to wear this saree and she thinks she is ready to go…
So I did tell you that I hate this saree, right?!! Yes I do.
Lets move on to something else.
I have a new business plan..”Will criticize a saree for five dollars..” Hmm, any ready customers?
Sep 10 2010
Hyderabad police have arrested South Indian Telugu film actresses Saira Banu and Jyothi in connection with prostitution August 23, 2010 Monday. The arrest was made in the high class Kundan Bagh locality, where these two were caught red handed with their customers along with one woman belonging to Uzbekistan. Apparently they have confessed to running a ring. Neelamani and Jyothi, two other actresses were also arrested when they were busy engaged in their trade.
I don’t really care that much – all I know is that she looks great in a saree.
This is a blog about saree fabric, not about the moral fabric.
Sunny is a designer in Los Angeles. He loves the fluidity and fluency of a saree and believes that when a woman wears a saree, she not only adorns her body but she also adorns her soul. His design ethos is that “simplicity never goes out of style.”
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Liza Varma is a former Femina Miss India and well known model in Delhi. Today, she is a leading Fashion Choreographer with over 1000 shows to her credit in India and abroad. She is also a member of the Fashion Design Council of India and a Consultant with Shoot Talent Management. Her client list is the who’s who of Indian fashion industry.
Misty is a student in London and has her fingers on the pulse of London fashion industry.
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