This is a head turner for sure. And it is being showcased by Head Tilt Folks
Fashion Blogger & Stylist extraordinaire, Surbhi Sethi of HeadTilt styles her Gaurav Gupta Tribe Saree in 3 incredible ways!
You can buy this saree for about $250 at Jabong An excellent buy!
Check out Surbhi’s page at Head Tilt
Black is beautiful and so is this black coloured saree from Gaurav Gupta. The designer border and embroidered patch on the pallu enhance the overall appeal of this simple yet elegant saree. Made from polyester, this saree is easy to drape and features subtle sheen.
Not sure if this is a part of Nikhil Tampe’s punk collection or not, but I am loving it.
I think one is so tuned to seeing a full length saree that anything else doesn’t seem complete.
I am pretty sure Sabyasachi showed off a chhoti saree before.
The Whole Nine Yards’ with Kalpana Shah is a coffee table book which provides precise instructions to readers, along with photographs, illustrating many steps that go into draping an Indian sari. With instructions, it offers a variety of styles suited to every occasion, from parties to weddings and even for corporate events.
An exquisite design and concise, well written copy together with beautiful photographs ensures a book that is not just pleasing to look at, but also an excellent and full-proof guide to the practical art of draping a sari. A must have for every Indian woman, both in the country and abroad, the book features models & trend setters in the fashion and modeling industry.
Check it out at their facebook page.
No, this is not how you wear a saree, but it is kind of innovative!
Funny how we hardly notice the details of the sarees that turns a glamorous actress like Isha into a ‘rowdy rakamma’ character like ‘Shabri’ in this Ram Gopal Varma film.
Simple cotton saree in pastel coloured usually have small flower prints … often boldly paired with unmatching and unflattering plain blouses. I have seen this type of sarees so many times and I have ignored them. I wonder how will I look like in them…hmmm.
Sameera Reddy in a saree that is beautiful because it is incomplete.
I love the drape, it is kind of inviting!