My Saree Story
Hey guys ! Welcome back ! ❤️
I haven’t done any post on sarees till date and you guys wanted me to try more ethnic looks ! So, here I am ! Back with an ethnic post for ya’ll, featuring these two gorgeous sarees from Craftsvilla.
Women love to wear sarees for different occasions. Saree is the traditional outfit of women in India. This – nine yards of elegance, can create beautiful fashion sagas, every time you drape it around you.
The first saree I am talking about here is a Faux Georgette Embellished Designer Half and Half Saree. Due to the contribution of our Indian fashion designers, we luckily get new varieties in sarees styles each year. Half and half saree is one such discovery of Indian fashion designer which is much in demand since last few years.
The beauty of the saree is, it can be beautified with different innovative versions and the latest to join the bandwagon is the half and half sarees. Both young girls and women wear Half and Half sarees with aplomb. This saree is a combination of red and blue colours and has Embellished Golden work on it.
The material of this Saree is Georgette. Lightweight and comfortable vogue of georgette makes it a fabric of choice for various occasions. Georgette does absolute justice to bring the kind of vogue you are looking for.
Beautified with embroidered and lace work all synchronized effectively with the trend and design of the saree. It comes with matching blouse. The embroidered and lace work appears to be chic and best for any celebration. This saree is bound to bring out the young and pretty woman we have inside all of us. Half and half art silk saree in blue skirt and red Pallu enhanced by border work in zari, resham embroidery and lace.
I wanted to drape this saree – the Street Style Way ! Street style has always existed. It is, however, only since the mid-1950s that its significance has been recognized, valued, and emulated. Styling this saree was a mix of ethnic and western look. Hence, I wore an off-shoulder top as the blouse. The top is supposed to be a super loose off shoulder top which I borrowed from a friend and hence I wore it as a one shoulder top and tied it up at the opposite side to make it look even.
I wore a pair of red jeans and draped the saree normally on my left side and put the Pallu across my shoulder. The Pallu contains amazing embellished work and it is very much evident in the pictures. Also, paired it with Blue and Gold ear rings and a pair of Blue Wedges.
You can buy this Saree here.
Another saree that I got from Craftsvilla is a Multicolor Georgette Lace Work Designer Saree. I chose another Georgette saree only since I am a big fan of Georgette as they are easy to carry off and comfortable to wear ! This one is lighter than the first saree and more easier to walk around in. Hence, I chose to style it in a way which looked more western than Indian !
At the first glance, I am sure you think I am wearing a Shrug here, don’t you ?
Take a look again !
I have put the pleats of the saree on the back which makes the front look like I am wearing a shrug !
I, then, tied a neck piece as a belt around my waist , to complete the look ! I wore a cream crop top as the blouse and a pair of blue jeggings on the inside. Also wore a pair of Turqouise ethnic ear rings to give it an ethnic touch.
You can buy this Saree here.
Let me know if you guys liked how I styled my sarees ! 😀
Until next time ! ❤️