The Traditional Silk Saree

Sarees have been worn by Indian women from all walks of life around the world. With thousands of years of Indian tradition. The continuous adaptation with new styles in traditional Indian sarees is known to define a woman’s elegance for over centuries. One of my favorite outfit for auspicious occasions. I feel like saree makes a woman looks sexy yet graceful at the same time.

I love Indian wear and personally, I’ve always wanted to see Indian fashion bloggers incorporate more ‘Indian’ looks in their blogs and in their everyday outfits and not just during weddings and festivals. But I think I know only few bloggers who have experimented and featured Indian wear and importantly sarees on their blogs. My friends on Instagram & Facebook asked me so many times to feature some Indian outfit. So, this post is for you all who ask me to do so.

I have a pretty decent collection of sarees already but who can say no this lovely silk saree. I got this beautiful saree from unnatisilks.com. There are very less Indian outfit stores who provides world wide shipping and this store is one of them. I was looking for such type of online store because just like me there are lot of people who can’t go to India to get pure silk Saree for every occasion. Indian designers are mixing up modern designs with traditional silk. So, for every woman who want to look gorgeous and stylish in Saree, try this store. It’s a rich Maheshwari silk, a gorgeous saree we suggest you consider getting one for yourself or flaunt ones you have already purchased!

My search for buying good Indian sarees online ended with unnatisilks.com, an online ethnic store with a wide array of sarees and salwar suits. Their collection of designer sarees was one thing that really impressed me. You have an option to shop by color, price or fabric and they have everything from cotton to art silk to jacquard-butta and more. I chose a Red silk saree with a golden border and Pallu. With golden color in the saree, it’s easy to mix and match with a blouse. This saree is from Maheshwari sarees collection. Maheshwari Sarees are a feast for the eyes. Plain colored fields with striking golden zari borders, dark backgrounds flanked by multicolor borders,

Unnati Silks is a saga of ‘HANDLOOMS FOR WOMEN’ that began in 1980. Having a product range that is as varied as it is vast, handwoven and handcrafted, the devotion and dedication of talented ethnic artisans from across 21 states of India comes through in the products on display. Having the Handloom Mark and Silk Mark for most of its products, Unnati’s customers are assured a legitimate backing too, despite being guaranteed original handloom products from the start.

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The Traditional Silk Saree

I was wearing: Saree: Unnati Silks | Heels: JCPenney | Accessories: Earrings: Amazon | Cluch: Forever21 (similar here )| Lips: Estee Lauder

(12) Comments

  1. manu sharma says:

    this is superb

  2. Sunder bahut sunder ,no words …..wow pics in red saare ?????

  3. VANDANA CHAURASIA says:

    Outstanding mahi

  4. OMG YOU ARE STUNNING IN THESE PICS!!

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  5. You look absolutely gorgeous x
    Lizzie Oladunni

  6. This is really beautiful! I love the color and the texture.
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  7. You’re definitely killing it dear! You look lovely in that traditional silk dress.

  8. Wow these photos are stunning!

  9. You look really beautiful. That colour suits you and looks so elegant 🙂 http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2017/12/the-dos-donts-for-christmas-shopping.html

  10. You look so stunning, that sari is beautiful!
    x Rubi
    Pose & Repeat

  11. Indian culture is so rich and interesting. The traditional silk dress looks gorgeous. You look wonderful darling.

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  12. Sonia Aicha says:

    beautiful traditional outfit, love the colors,
    Sonia
    http://www.soniaaicha.com

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