Indian Ethnic Wear: Blue Saree and Kundan Jewellery

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Hello Everyone!

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

I’m sure you have taken a look at my previous post about wearing a traditional Kanchi saree to a Wedding. And this post will give you a modern take on the saree. Just by changing the hairstyle and adding a twist to the saree blouse.

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

Add some Kundan Jewellery to accessorise; like a Jhumka i.e. the ear-ring and a statement finger ring which add a touch of Indian-ness, While the Stilettos and the hair up-do will give the look a modern twist.

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Photo Credits : Aditya Kavoor

Like I always say, a saree looks good on every body shape. All you have to do is pick the right print/design and drape it in the right way.

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

But again!! Do remember that if you are petite, pick a saree with smaller prints and Zari,

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

While tall women can pick ones with bigger prints/motifs and broader Zari.

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

If you are on the curvier side, pick up a saree that has panelled saree (which is similar to that of a panelled dress) where half the saree is of a contrasting colour.

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

Now if you are confident enough to pull it off! You have to try wearing an armored blouse with a simple saree.

How to wear a Saree, Indian Saree, Indian ethnic wear

Yes ! Now that’s exactly what I’m talking about!

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38 Replies to “Indian Ethnic Wear: Blue Saree and Kundan Jewellery”

  1. that’s a good tip of wearing saree!
    OMG I love hoe you dress up yourselves ^^
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  2. OMG I love sarees!! Beautiful post!
    I always wanted to marry with a saree!!
    I’m so in love with the Indian culture!
    Was a pleasure to pass by 😉
    Check out my blog if you want!
    We can also like each other Fb page if you want?
    Love, Lima xoxo

    http://www.limaswardrobe.com

  3. gorgeous!
    i love jhumkas and kundan, own a few pairs 😉
    and the sari is so simple and elegant!
    well done!
    s

  4. As a very dutch girl this is so interesting to read, i’ll also read the other article you wrote

    xxx Anna
    Ps. I just renewed my blog!
    Come take a look
    A Tale of Two Shoes

  5. Nargis Fakri’s blue designer saree had made a mark in replica industry. It is one of the hottest item to get sold out easily.

  6. amazing just amazing … a beautiful face with beautiful accessories and not to mention the flawless photography a very nice blog entry indeed.

  7. Absolutely amazing,love Indians style so much.!!!!

    If you’d like take a look at my new blog: faythisway.blogspot.gr

    Thank you.
    Fay
    xoxo

  8. Looking beautiful in this blue saree.
    Along with your saree, your earrings are also super gorgeous.
    Thank you.

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