Its very rare that I invest in a Saree, but when I do, I make sure that it would not end up as a behind a closet piece, but I should be able to bring more versatility and value to the whole 9 yards and wear it more often . Recently I was introduced to Triveni Sarees. If you want to replicate any Indian Celebrity style ethnic look, chances are that not only you would be spoilt for choices , but also might get addicted surfing through and thorough and get hooked on ! They have some beautiful Indian wear from sarees, to lehengas and kurtis and some pretty matching accessories to go with too. If you are looking for some Indian fusion pieces , then you may not search further, since there are a whole lot of designers and their grooves and even the best of runway styles ready to be served on the platter. The prices are pocket -friendly and all the sarees comes with an option of getting them pre-stitched and add-ons likes underskirts, Blouse stitching, finishing etc.I love the contrast of this pink border on this black and white saree,a combo which was on my list for a while. The saree looks way better than what was in the website, and I love the fact that its extremely light weight and elegant.
Today's women like to experiment, and is fearless , hence , when I saw Shruti hassan's Harper's Bazar cover shoot, where she is wearing Rahul Mishra I decided to let go of traditional drape and use her as my style inspiration for this post and added a cummerbund to add a touch of eccentricity.A small pin brooch for a sleek and modern touch , and we are talking an Outfit .