The Sensuous Sari
Saris have always intrigued me, this simple rectangular fabric that is six yards long attire that conceals every woman’s flaw and at the same time accentuates the best curves. Do we call it an enigma? This unstitched piece of cloth hugs on to your body and adds grace, feminine look to the individual. As one wraps, folds and tucks this beautiful creation it brings out the sensuousness of the lady. So when Shoppers Stop came up with The Perfect Look competition I decided to check out their saris collection. I have a liking towards raw silk, chiffon and georgette saris. They flow with the contour of your body and give the perfect look. This doesn’t set the cotton saris apart as the Bengal Cotton saris are a visual delight but personally I find it difficult to carry the stiff starched saris.
I checked the stock at Shoppers Stop and as usual I was attracted towards their Printed Silk Collection. I love earthy tones I feel they go well with my dusky complexion. Tribal prints are my favorites especially Warli, I already have two but wouldn’t mind adding to the stock. So I zeroed on this Ashika Printed Art Silk Sari that would do complete justice to my likes and choice.
This sari could either be worn to office or it could work as a great occasional wear. Normally I would have gone for some black metal or silver jewelry to accessorize this look, but then when I stumbled on to this Topaz Neckpiece, Bracelet and the Earrings I didn’t have to look further as they were perfect for this outfit.
The clutch, sandals, watch, a dash of lipstick and Kohl lined eyes would suffice and complete the ethnic look.
Need we look out for more? Do you like this demure look that is an epitome of grace and elan?
- Ashika Printed Art Silk Sari
- Hidesign clutch
- Haute Curry Ladies
- French Connection Watch
- Loreal Kajal Pencil and Lipstick
This post is my contribution to the Indiblogger Perfect Look contest held in association with Shoppers Stop