This is a plum of a saree! Considering that I don’t like the butterfly sarees, this one I can make an exception for.
Mainly because of its simplicity. Most other butterfly sarees try to put so many things in the saree and ruin it by adding way too many embellishments.
Here, even the blouse has the right amount of zak-mak to match with the saree and and at the same time continuing with the theme of minimalism.
Of course, she is easy on the eyes and that helps. And did you notice the belly buttin piercing. The saree was invented to show that off… Oh saree is much older than belly button piercing? OK, you know what I mean. Don’t ruin my argument with facts.
Here is another navel piercing pic and saree from a few months ago.
What a beautiful sharp face! Lets not talk about her chunky jewelry, OK!
It may not be navalicious to some, but this is the concept of beauty in some parts of the world.
Shwetha Menon Rathinirvedam Remake Photos
The showing of bra strap can’t possibly by “saree design”, but I can see how it can show up in the design of a “fashion photo shoot”. The director probably decided that he/she can get away with not just letting the strap show, but may be accentuating it to make the shoot a tad more sexier.
Thats my explanation!
This picture of Neha Prashar taken by Shahid Malik is notable. It is a beautiful picture and captures the youthfulness and rebellious nature of the model and the outfit.
The blouse is kind of interesting and connotes certain earthiness and the chilli red saree with golden shimmer adds a spark to it.
Another thing I noticed was the belly button piercing (navel piercing). I don’t see it that much on a saree wearer, so this was a pleasant surprise. It goes well with the mood of the saree as well.
It takes about 6-9 months to heal and I know friends who have tried it and had difficulty with it. So you might want to be careful and use extreme Hypoallergenic material, at least when you start out.
But it is kind of sexy!
Really like the sexy saree blouse design with this saree. Saree is not to dissimilar from one of the Satya Paul sarees, not sure if the blouse design has been copied too or not.
Just when I found a perfect wordless Wednesday picture, the Wednesday has already left me.
A gold mesh skirt with mermaid silhouette shows off cutwork above the knees, while the dare-to-bare choli is topped off with a matching mesh dupatta.
In the second one Bulging beads and Chinese sea pearls bring out the best in this wispy, pleat-detailed outfit.
She did have some stunning pieces at the HDIL India, but the “show stopper” cherry saree was not one of them.