May 11 2010
She normally doesn’t wear her sarees so much below the navel, really, she doesn’t. But in this case, it is that darn chabi gucchha (keyring) hanging from the saree that is pulling it down. I swear!
Apr 24 2010
Ok, how many of you thought that I was talking about accentuating the booties, the small repeated embroidery, on the saree? Any body?!!
Just because it is Friday, I shouldn’t dip so low… but while I have my gaze fixated in the southernly direction of Ms. Shalini Sahuta’s figure, lets me admire the shapely and sexy silhouette this saree creates.
You might not want to wear it this way, but isn’t it good to know that you can, if you want to.
I find this a little more evocative than the saree “below the navel” preference that Indian culture has.
I never thought about it, but I wonder if you can show a whale-tail when you are wearing a saree. Technically it shouldn’t be possible, but in some neo sarees … may be…
Apr 14 2010
Like the magenta color – hate the plain blouse. I see the neck design but otherwise it seems a bit sparse to me.
From Sabki ladli bebo – Bebo Narang is her stage name and Shivshakti Sachdeva is her real name. She has certain innocence on her face.
Feb 27 2010
Shilpa has perfected the art of wearing a saree below the navel (ok, way below the navel), without looking slutty.
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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