Lets hear what she has to say...
My family was extremely flattered, when up recently I told them that I would be wearing a sari for a wedding which we all had to attend ! Usually I am a typical fuddy-duddy stereotype women who gets away in a suit/churidar whenever there is an urgent demand to dress up in an ethnic wear and that's about it ! One can count me as one of those Indian women who get intimidated at the mere thought of wearing a sari !
I own approx eight sari's mostly in Brocade and Kanjeevarams which were handed over forcefully by my mom,after giving me a whole culture appropriate talk #mouthshut.
At this juncture, it would be really unfair if I also didn't mention the fact that its been Nine years that I tied my wedding knot,but when it comes to tying a Sari I need HELP :(
When Aditi from So-Saree mailed me about a blog feature on her theme Sari I gulped in a chunk of thought and decided to redeem a few of my precious Saris my mother passed on so lovingly, and do a style post for her !
Aditi is a great friend I came across through blogging ! I can’t think of a blogger with more exquisite taste in Sari's with a refined style of her own. Her enthusiasm and zest to do a perfect nail art is a treat for a lazy girl like me .
Thanks so much for having me over on your blog Aditi !
That's gorgeous Surbhi. I love the way she has teamed up this polo neck sweater with this silk saree. Chic I say..!
Thank you for doing this Surbhi, you are very kind and of course too stylish. Having you on my blog, has been my pleasure completely.
Keep visiting So-Saree, because we are blogging every day for a month.