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Indian festive look 4

      I can't believe I already posted 3 Indian festive looks(Festive look 1Festive look 2 , Festive look 3already and yet I have not posted any Indian saree story. Saree is a quintessential outfit without which we can't imagine any Indian soiree. A six-yard of sheer grace. Yes, here is my saree look at the onset of the Indian festivals.

      As they say, every saree has its own story. The story of this saree takes me a few years back in the initial stage of building a saree wardrobe. Yes, this saree is from the southern part of India and it is called Pochampally saree which a kind of Indian weaving technique and of course this my first Pochampally saree. Dark purple in color and a dusty green border with a paisley motif and just above the border deer facing each other, this makes the saree really interesting. The achaal has a multicolor diamond shape motif that gives saree a good pop of color.

      The saree comes with a blue blouse but I decided to ditch the blouse and use a parrot green blouse instead, I believe this gives the look more flare and fluidity. I was very easy on hair and make up natural -neutral. I added a multicolored and multi-layered fabric necklace for a more contemporary look. Do let me know how you like this modern Indian festive look.


  1. You look sooo stunning wow!!! I love your sari, just amazing.

  2. I love the sari! It is beautiful and so are you.

  3. Saree is always been the ethnic wear. You can wear the sarees on occasion. Get the Sarees for Women from Janardhana Silk House at the reasonable cost. You can buy Kanjeevaram Silk Sarees for moore information.


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