The Indian Saree : Having Some Fun With It

“The Indian Saree”, it truly is my first fashion love, I dont think you could find a more versatile and elegant piece of clothing than the Indian saree.

So imagine my delight when a crazy Indian bride Roli from The Crazy Indian Wedding got in touch with me to do a post on reinventing the Indian saree.
Here are the results of our collaboration.
Thank you Roli for the opportunity and here’s to many more…
Marriage means different things for different people, but one common thing that every married person will tell you is that it means ADJUSTMENTS. Just before I got married I started dreading this word, it felt like an unknown monster that was about to consume me. It is vague and obscure, and no one could really tell me what those adjustments would be..
So fear not, I am here to spell it out for you. It is those small things for some food habits, for some sleep habits, for a lot of people mother-in-law habits and even the way that we dress sometimes requires a little tweaking. You can make this process as simple or as difficult as you want it to be. Pick your battles wisely, choose the things that you will not compromise and stand your ground and let go of some other minor issues.
A lot of girls are required to make adjustments to their wardrobe after marriage and often that means the inclusion of the traditional Indian sari. So bye bye to your individuality or sense of style? No. I think not.
The sari is the most gorgeous and most versatile piece of clothing ever.
Here is how you can inject some style and personality into it:
Read the complete post HERE
The Indian Saree
For more pictures and the complete post on “The Indian Saree” visit Roli’s blog
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