This is my first post on IDMF Series : I Define My Fashion. I am a typical girl who loves dressing up and trying out different fashion styles. So, thought of starting a series of blogs where I share my own fashion styles. According to me, “There is no thumb rule for fashion statement, each of us define our own fashion based on our like, based on our comfort zone and based on what suits us”.
So, here you go with the first post on South Indian saree style. My first post is inspiration from http://www.docdivatraveller.com , loved her styles of Triveni sarees.
Row 1 pic 1 : Traditional silk saree, both generations
R1 pic 2 : Elegant cotton saree in office wear look
R1 pic 3 : Cute georgette saree in mild party look
R2 pic 1: Maternity mirror look
R2 pic 2 : Maternity look with hip chain
R2 pic 3 : A simple cotton saree with open hair , fresh look
R3 pic 1 : Elegant cotton saree, grand wear with a pattern sleeveless blouse
R3 pic 2 : Breezy black saree
R3 pic 3 : Casual outing
So the method of draping the saree is same, back pallu with normal pleats, however the way of carrying the saree and the accessories make it flexible according to situation.
Can u see the happiness in my face when I am wearing my fav attire and walking with my fav person on earth ? 🙂
The pic taken years back to post in matrimonial website 😉
This pic definitely shows how much I love sarees, especially south indian style.. taken when I was 4 years lol 😉
Hope you liked the different flavours of South Indian saree fashion. Keep following the blogs for more blogs on IDMF sarees…. Happy fashioning !
Do not miss to visit #docdivatraveller.com whose Triveni saree giveaway is the inspiration spark for this blog 🙂 Thanks Mandira !!!