Not sure if this has been posted here before. Golden bangles, earrings and necklace go well with golden border. Overall the picture looks soothing.
My only complaint is that this looks too conservative, especially on a young celebrity like Asin considering the fact that she wore it during a wedding. Would have suited more on a 40-something actress.
The full sleeve blouse goes rather well. You can sort of tell that the saree was draped so as to wear it with heels. Like the cummerband, not too ostentatious. Understated and classy combo.
But I think the part that makes the saree come alive is the hair-do, enhanced with hair extensions. The extra waviness adds a little playfulness and whimsy to the look.
Thank god Cinderella wasn’t wearing slippers like these, otherwise it would fit half the kingdom.
But what’s up with the red slippers? Sometimes women think that because they can’t really see the footwear when they are wearing a saree, it doesn’t matter. Of course that is not true. Same saree paired with different shoes creates a different look.
Don’t believe me? Try it at home. Put a sexy saree on, and walk in it with ugly plain rubber slippers that you bought at Goa beach for 10Rs and then change over to Jimmy Choo pair and take a stride…
I love the clutch she is holding, it goes so well with the pallu of the saree and gives a depth to the whole ensemble.
Kolkata’s Model Rachel White in beautiful lime green saree. The blouse has a nice accessory touch, love it!
Cropped leather jacket over an embllished black sari for a luxurious rocker chic look.
Where is the tattoo in this rocker girl?
I do like the edginess of it, I want to see more of it.
Here is what the saree looks like, nice but nothing to write home about. Pair it with a cropped leather jacket and she might become a facebook status worthy..