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Printed Sarees for Working Professionals: Best Choice

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 4:18:36 PM Asia/Calcutta

Corporate life is all about fulfilling responsibilities, balancing work with increasing stress and meeting the deadlines, which can sometimes leave you feeling tired. We all have our own ways of coping up with the work life! 

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Wedding Shopping : Tips & Guidelines

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 11:07:12 AM Asia/Calcutta

Her presence dazzles, her looks mesmerize & the bridal saree completes her beautiful look. As soon as the bride enters the wedding hall, the spotlight turns to her and everyone gasps to catch a glimpse of the bride. It's every bride’s wish to look grand on her D-day. Bridal sarees are specifically embellished & designed for the larger than life look giving brides a royal look.

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Fashion Trend Alert 2016: Saree with Capes

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 9:04:09 AM Asia/Calcutta

In the year 2016, fashion has a new definition, and it is “Sarees with Capes.” These transformation in the definition has been all due to ideological change in the lifestyle as well as the change in the mindset altogether. The days of Net blouse and plain sarees did made distinct statements, but that was quite a prosaic combination, lacking all the attraction and extol.

Sarees with capes look awesome, and if these are adorned with printed blouses, the effect multiplies several times. It is going to give the wearer quite a bountiful feel, which is far crushing than the feel. When the cape is added to the already gorgeous saree, it gives out demi-goddess feel to women, and she stands out in the crowd.

Saree with Capes



So How to Get Saree Cape Done?

It’s actually simpler than it sounds. Of course it needs basic skills of a shopper and choosing the right fabric. Here are some ideas.
• You can use the blouse piece to create the cape with the matching fabric. And for blouse you can wear basic sleeve less louse.
• If the Saree has embroidery or hand work in front, you can opt for the cape made with Net Fabric such that the work stays visible. You can add lace details to the cape to make it more attractive one. Like Deepika Padukone Spotted wearing a basic plain chiffon saree with basic spaghetti blouse and a net fabric cape.

Saree with Capes

Sarees with Add-Ons like the capes are sufficient enough to Revv-Up the beauty of woman, and there is a complete metamorphosis. This addition also adds the

The innovation in sarees and other traditional wear with women orientation has never stopped, and the cape addition is the sheer outcome of this YEARS-LONG innovation. The saree goes well on all occasions, and in all seasons. It is the style, which is here to stay and make its mark. Adorning the saree with cape is the addition of value, style and elegance. If you have decided to go off beat, and look melodramatic as well as super goddess like figure, saree with cape is the natural and the first choice to make. It brings greatness and extols the personality and the figure.

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How to Accessorize Saree? Important Dos and Don'ts

Saturday, July 18, 2015 11:57:59 AM Asia/Calcutta

Hello Pretties!! we are back with another post. As the festive season is about to start, many of us will be trying and wearing Sarees. After all it is the most elegant and magnificent attire that India has given to the world. For festivals and wedding, no other attire can beat the glory of a Saree. But.. wait wait wait... does Saree alone would do the magic? absolutely not. You should accessorize Saree; such that it looks the best and you can create the magic wherever you go!

So in this post, we are talking about some, important Dos and Don'ts for accessorizing Saree. And of course, types of accessories you can use for accessorizing look. Let's get started.

(1) No Flats with Saree : That's the No 1 rule. If you are not comfortable with heels, you can wear even half or one inch heel, but no flat Chappals. The reason is, with heels, your body posture will look good. Also heels enhances confidence level. So if you will wear Saree with confidence, you are going to create magic for sure.

(2) Pearl Accessories : A simple delicate pearl mala and matching tops would look beautiful with casual Saree. So, if the occasion is not too big and you are wearing light chiffon or georgette Saree, add pearl mala and matching tops! It will give delicate feminine look.

(3) Clutch Vs Bag : The right accessory to wear with Saree is a Clutch and not the Bag. Also, if you are going to be busy at the event, you can skip clutch as well. Take clutch only when you are going to hold it during entire party or event. Otherwise play with other accessories.

(4) Hair Dos and Oversize Earrings : Who said you have to wear a heavy hairstyle or you have to keep hairs open only? If you have long hair, Get a high up-do and wear oversize delicate ear-ring. Be courageous to flaunt this look.

(5) Makeup : If the occasion demands, do makeup.  If you are good at makeup, that's wonderful. Wear makeup that enhances the look. And if you are not much in to makeup, at least you can wear Foundation, Press Powder, Eye Liner and Lipstick. Why not? If you want to look different than usual look, invest time to get ready that includes makeup as well.

(6) Less is More : Invest in some statement neckpiece or ear-rings or bracelets. And try to play with it. Let's say you purchased a statement ear ring which is oversize, stunning and very attractive. Then, let it get attention and keep everything minimal. Do not wear more than 2-3 accessories at a time. If you are wearing good heels, a statement ear ring and makeup; you can definitely skip clutch.

So this was your guide to accessorize the look when you are wearing Saree . There is nothing like perfection when it comes to dressing or makeup; it is always trial and error!

But Two Most Important Accessories to Wear with Saree are:

Smile and Confidence :)

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