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#SareeNotSorry

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Tips To Choose The Perfect Designer Sarees And Mistakes To Avoid
When it comes to Indian ethnic wear, sarees are a critical part of the culture and tradition of this country. Each part of India, regardless of its geographic differences has at least one type of saree fabric or style of draping that it is known for. The popularity of Indian sarees is so widespread that they are loved not only within the country but all over the world. Specifically speaking, Indian silk and cotton sarees have gained quite a fan following in western countries and their popularity is ever-expanding.
Why Are Sarees Among The Best Indian Ethnic Wear?
Although Indian ethnic wear comprise of several varieties to choose from, such as lehengas, designer wedding outfits and traditional attires, there is no match for a perfectly draped saree. There is something quintessentially Indian about sarees, which make them the preferred choice of traditional clothing for women and young girls alike.
The way that a saree drap…

Back to Roots ft. @MouveOfficial

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Firstly, I hope you all had a great start to this year. Mine has been a little on the bankrupt side, thanks to the irresistible discounts & sales going on. I am sure you all would agree to this!  So, bringing in the first post of 2017 by going back to roots with an outfit & style that defines me the most. And since the weather God seems to be too confused with winters this year (or may be it is just Global Warming), I got to avoid them heavy layers & just play around with flowy garments, beautiful prints & more.
Foreseeing how versatile this gorgeous flared piece could be, in terms of styling, I picked this dress for its Lotus motifs & contrasting Dabu-print hem over an abstract print, in Indigo hues! Paired it with beige juttis & added these chunky silver ear-cuffs to complete the look.  Finally, a sleek low bun as the hairdo & smokey eyes with nude lips to keep it simple! By now you must be aware of my certain obsession with Juttis, while the market is full o…