Now here is a saree ad that I like.
But may be we can stay away from the ads on top of the sarees.
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Love this one as well.
I mean there is so much of triple border I can take, but this one combined with eggplant purple with golden hues, is very festive.
Just when I think that I am tired of his style, something comes up that I keep liking.
He is so tactile, the textures, the colors, the antique border, the contemporary color combination.. its all good.
Lady Bomanji wears an elegant costume that was very obviously meant to simulate a saree to represent her Indian homeland. The formal portrait by Bassano was made in England in June, 1922. Her husband, Dunjibhoy Bomanji, was given an honourary knighthood by King George V that year. The couple, noted philanthropists, lived in Britain for many years. Shown seated below are Bomanji, Princess Alice, Earl Haig (his Countess above in the striped coat), and Lady Bomanji in what may be a proper saree over a fashionable blouse.